Our Canadian Province and Metro Service provides data and forecasts for a broad range of economic, demographic and household indicators for each location. Three alternative scenarios to the baseline forecast quantify the upside and downside risks for each province and metropolitan area. The datasets are accompanied by written analysis, webinars support from our regional experts.
Insights for Canadian provinces and metropolitan areas
Sub-national data and forecasts across Canada, covering all provinces and metropolitan areas.
Extensive datasets for each location
Data and forecasts for economic indicators such as GDP, employment, income and spending.
All forecasts go forward to 2050 and are consistent with our macroeconomic and industry projections.
Regular updates and analysis
Quarterly updated data and forecasts, accompanied by written analysis highlighting key trends.
Compatibility with other services
Forecasts are fully consistent with our US state and metropolitan area datasets, and macro services.
Three alternative scenarios for each location – a moderate upside, a moderate downside, and a severe downside.
Data and forecasts are provided for a broad range of economic, demographic and housing indicators for each location, delivered via our web-based databank. The service covers all Canadian provinces and metropolitan areas.
Our forecasts are derived from a consistent set of global economic, industry and city models and will help you make better decisions faster about market and investment strategies.
Advanced analytical functions
- The web-based application provides a variety of data selection and personalisation features.
- A simple but powerful add-in enables access to the data directly from within Excel.
- Output options include tables, charts, maps and external infographic tools such as Power BI. Data is also available via data feed and API tools.
Canadian 2022 Themes: Economic recovery delayed not derailed
We don’t expect the economy to get back to its pre-virus trend in 2022, even with our forecast for strong 4.3% GDP growth.
“CMHC’s Stress Testing and ORSA team has started this year using Oxford Economics for the purpose of stress-testing. Our experience has been very positive. The software is sound, intuitive and user friendly. But most of all, it allows the user to understand the links between the variables and for a certain degree of customization.”
Resources and events
US and Canada housing affordability edged down in Q3
Canadian recovery continuing despite bumps in the road
Can Canadian households handle higher interest rates?
Edmonton leads 2021 rebound, Toronto’s growth more moderate
Air travel recovery to resume in 2022 post-Omicron
UK Outlook: How many times will the MPC hike in 2022?
Has Asia’s inflation peaked?
The transformation of Japan from a goods to capital exporter
Canada Provincial Territorial Model Brochure
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