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1 Highlights of the Economy 2011 Finance and Enterprise Enterprise Division

2 Table of Contents Economic Highlights Growth Economic prosperity Attractive Investment Climate Exports A Diversified, Sustainable and Resource-based Economy Energy Environment Agriculture Forestry Manufacturing Advanced Technology (Broadband Usage) Financial Services Tourism

3 Table of Contents (cont.) Doing Business in Competitiveness Entrepreneurship Research and Development Government Competitive Corporate Taxes Provincial and State Corporate Taxes Educated Work Force

4 Table of Contents (cont.) Working in Strong Labour Market Low Personal Taxes Family Income Standard of living Living in People Education Health Care Arts and Culture Donations and Volunteerism Online Resources

5 : The Best Place to Live, Work and Do Business

6 Economic Highlights Growth Growth In Selected Indicators: Per cent Change Population Employment Canada GDP Goods Exports Investment Source: Statistics Canada and Finance and Enterprise

7 Please spell out the below abbreviations: Transportation & Utilities Business & Commercial Services Tourism & Consumer Services Retail & Wholesale Public Administration Economic Highlights Economic Prosperity Economic Diversity: 1985 Percentage Distribution of GDP Total GDP: $66.8 Billion Construction 6.7% Agriculture 3.0% Health 3.6% Education 3.6% Public Admin. 4.8% Ret. & Whls 8.1% Tourism & Cons. Serv. 3.8% Finance & Real Estate 11.0% Energy 36.1% Manufacturing 6.0% Transp. & Util 7.7% Bus. & Comm. Services 5.5% Sources: Statistics Canada and Finance and Enterprise Economic Diversity: 2009 Percentage Distribution of GDP Total GDP: $247.2 Billion Construction 10.6% Agriculture Energy 1.4% 23.4% Health 4.9% Education 3.7% Public Admin. 4.0% Ret. & Whls 9.0% Tourism & Cons. Serv. 5.2% Finance & Real Estate 14.6% Manufacturing 6.5% Transp. & Util 7.2% Bus. & Comm. Services 9.6%

8 Economic Highlights Attractive Investment Climate Per Capita Investment (2010) Saskatchewan Newfoundland & Labrador Canada British Columbia Manitoba Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island $18,930 $15,161 $12,847 $9,911 $9,815 $8,660 $8,267 $8,112 $7,757 $7,243 $6,732 Source: Statistics Canada

9 s Major Exports 2010* Total Exports of Goods ($77.8 Billion) Crude Petroleum Economic Highlights Exports 38.8 Gas and Gas Liquids 13.7 Petrochemicals Metals & Machinery Crops & Livestock Forestry Products Processed Food & Beverages Refined Petroleum Products Sulphur & Coal Electronic & Electrical Products Others $ Billions * Exports of services are not included in this estimate Sources: Statistics Canada and Finance and Enterprise

10 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Energy s Energy Revenues 2010 Total: $73.2 Billion s Energy Exports 2010 Total: $53.9 Billion Natural Gas & Gas Liquids 32.5% Coal and Sulpur 1.5% Natural Gas & Gas Liquids 25.4% Coal and Sulphur 2.4% Crude Oil 65.9% Crude Oil 72.1% Sources: Statistics Canada, Energy Resources Conservation Board, Finance and Enterprise

11 Diversified and Resource-based Economy Oil Sands and the Environment s oil sands account for about five per cent of Canada s overall greenhouse gas (GHG) and Canada is responsible for about two per cent of global emissions. Large industrial emitters of GHGs per year must meet mandatory reduction targets, purchase offset carbon credits or pay $15 per tonne into a clean energy technology fund. Air quality is monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year across the province and is rated good in the oil sands region the highest quality. The Government has committed $2 billion (CDN) to commercial scale carbon capture and storage projects.

12 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Agriculture s Major Agricultural Products 2010 Farm Cash Receipts ($ Billions) Total: $8.98 Billion Beef Cattle 3.07 Other Receipts* 2.04 Canola & Flax 1.71 Wheat (incl. Durum) 1.13 Dairy Hogs Oats, Rye & Barley *Includes specialty cash crops, honey, poultry, eggs, program payments, etc. Source: Statistics Canada

13 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Shipments of forest products reached $4.0 billion in 2010, and exports were $2.3 billion*. covers over 66 million hectares of land, 58% or 38 million hectares of which is forested. Of the forested area, about 60 per cent or 22.5 million hectares are considered suitable for harvest. 's commercially productive timber land base of 26.1 million hectares covers 40 per cent of 's total area and includes in excess of 2.2 billion m 3 of growing stock. Annually, allows 29.7 million cubic meters (m 3 ) to be harvested, of which 18.4 million m 3 is coniferous, and 11.3 million m 3 is deciduous. * Includes wood products and pulp & paper Forestry

14 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Manufacturing Value of Manufacturing Shipments 2010 Total: $60.1 Billion Refined Petroleum 14.7 Food 10.7 Chemical Products 10.5 Machinery 6.2 Fabricated Metals *Forest Products Construction Materials Plastics Furniture and Fixtures Electronic Products $ Billions Other Manufacturing* 4.9 *Includes wood and pulp & paper industries Source: Statistics Canada

15 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Advanced Technology Broadband Usage Korea 96 Norway Canada Germany Japan Broadband Usage International 2009 Percentage of House holds Accessing the Internet by Broadband France Italy 39 Broadband Usage Canada 2009 Percentage of House holds Accessing the Internet by Broadband Sources: Statistics Canada and OECD 57 British Colum bia Ontario Canada Manitoba Nova Scotia Prince Edw ard Island Saskatchew an Newfoundland and Labrador New Brunsw ick Quebec

16 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Financial Services 26 Quebec 22 Ontario Canada Financial Services Employment Growth Percentage increase in Employment BC BC 38 Financial Services GDP Growth Percentage increase in GDP Canada Ontario Quebec 27

17 A Diversified and Resource-based Economy Tourism Receipts by Visitor Origin (2009) Total: $5.4 Billion Overnight Tourism by Tourism Destination Region (2009) Total : 40.4 Million Person Nights Tourism 53% Central 17% Edmonton & Area 22% Overseas 13% United States 11% Other Canada 23% North 6% Unspecified Region 3% South 10% Calgary & Area 27% Canadian Rockies 15% Source: Statistics Canada and Tourism, Parks & Recreation

18 Doing Business in Competitiveness Business Sector Labour Productivity 2010 Real GDP per Hour Worked, in 2002 constant dollars Newfoundland and Labrador Saskatchewan Ontario Canada Quebec British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island $47.00 $45.00 $42.80 $38.20 $38.20 $36.50 $34.20 $33.90 $29.80 $28.60 $25.60 Source: Statistics Canada GDP at basic prices

19 Doing Business in Entrepreneurship Small Business Cornerstone of the Economy Percentage Change in Small Business Establishments (Less than 50 Employees) -19.1% -0.4% -2.7% -4.0% -5.2% -8.2% -9.2% 6.3% 9.3% 15.5% 14.0% Ontario British Columbia Canada Manitoba Quebec Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Saskatchewan New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Source: Canadian Business Patterns, Statistics Canada

20 Doing Business in Research & Development Under the banner Innovates, the government created new organizations that focus s provincial research efforts in the areas of agriculture, forestry, energy and environment, health, and technology commercialization. They Include: Bio Solutions Energy and Environment Solutions Health Solutions Technology Futures Research and Innovation Authority

21 Doing Business in Government Provincial Net Financial Assets/Debt as a per cent of GDP ( ) 9.6% -6.4% Saskatchewan -14.7% British Columbia -23.1% Manitoba -28.6% -30.4% -33.3% -33.5% Newfoundland & Labrador New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Ontario -34.0% Canada -38.2% Nova Scotia -49.4% Quebec Source: Conference Board of Canada

22 Doing Business in Competitive Corporate Taxes Comparison of Corporate Income Taxes United States February % 6.5% 39.2%* January % 10.0% 26.5% % 10.0% 25.0% Federal *6.5% represents the average effective top general state corporate income tax rate U.S. rates known as of February 2011 Source: Finance and Enterprise, and Tax Foundation Provincial / State

23 Doing Business in Provincial & State Corporate Taxes Province Provincial Corporate Income Tax Rates (per cent) General Manufacturing & Processing Small Business State General State Corporate Income Tax Rates (per cent) Manufacturing & Processing Small Business Oregon British Columbia California New Brunswick North Dakota Quebec Montana Manitoba Idaho Saskatchewan Colorado Ontario Utah Newfoundland & Labrador New Mexico Prince Edward Island Louisiana Nova Scotia Arizona Federal Federal Note: Rates as of July 1, 2011 The small business rate is the effective tax rate for US$512,000 (comparable to the Canadian threshold of Cdn$500,000) The small business income threshold for Nova Scotia and Manitoba is Cdn$400,000. For all other provinces the small business income threshold is Cdn$500,000 Source: Canada Revenue Agency, PWC Tax News Network, Federation of Tax Administrators

24 Composite Learning Index 2010 Doing Business in Educated Work Force Ontario British Columbia Saskatchewan Manitoba Canada Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Quebec New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Source: Canadian Council on Learning

25 Working in Strong Labour Market Unemployment Rates (%) by Province: (average) and 2010 Saskatchewan Manitoba British Columbia Quebec Canada Ontario New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island Newfoundland and Labrador Source: Statistics Canada

26 Top Marginal Personal Income Tax Rates 2011 Working in Low Personal Taxes 29.0% 10.0% 39.0% Ontario 29.0% 11.2% 40.2% New Brunswick 29.0% 12.7% 41.7% British Columbia 29.0% 14.7% 43.7% Saskatchewan 29.0% 15.0% 44.0% Newfoundland and Labrador 29.0% 15.5% 44.5% Prince Edward Island 29.0% 16.7% 45.7% Manitoba 29.0% 17.4% 46.4% Quebec* 24.2% 24.0% 48.2% Nova Scotia 29.0% 21.0% 50.0% Provincial Personal Income Tax * Quebec residents receive an abatement of 16.5% of basic federal tax because of the province s decision to opt out of federal cash transfers in support of provincial programs Source: Budget 2011

27 Sasaktchewan British Columbia Ontario New Brunswick Newfoundland & Labrador Manitoba Nova Scotia Quebec Prince Edward Island Total Provincial Tax $2,983 $4,244 $12,786 $14,065 $5,309 $15,120 $5,555 $15,386 $6,428 $16,213 $6,983 $16,773 $7,165 $16,935 $7,386 $17,157 $7,236 $17,180 $7,628 $17,392 Total Tax Working in Low Personal Taxes Comparison of Provincial and Federal Taxes by Province Two-Income Family of Four - $75,000* British Columbia $7,229 $9,277 $28,801 $30,889 Comparison of Provincial and Federal Taxes by Province Two-Income Family of Four - $125,000* Sasaktchewan Ontario New Brunswick Newfoundland & Labrador $9,824 $11,157 $12,183 $13,246 $31,393 $32,761 $33,725 $34,786 Manitoba $13,811 $35,318 *As of March 2011 Note: Unlike in previous Highlights of the Economy presentation reports, tobacco taxes were not included in the personal taxes calculations since most ns do not smoke. s rankings will not change even if tobacco taxes were included in the comparisons. Source: Finance and Enterprise Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Quebec Total Federal Tax $14,309 $14,644 $17,426 Total Provincial Tax $35,808 $36,134 $39,173

28 Working in Family Income 2009 Median After-Tax Family Income Families with Two Persons or More Saskatchewan British Columbia Ontario Canada Manitoba Quebec Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador $77,800 $69,900 $67,200 $66,200 $63,800 $62,400 $57,300 $55,800 $55,100 $55,000 $53,900 Source: Statistics Canada

29 Working in Standard of Living Index of Economic Well-Being Provincial Comparison, 2010 Index of Economic Well-Being International Comparison, 2009 Newfoundland Saskatchewan Prince Edward Island Manitoba Canada Quebec Ontario British Columbia New Brunswick Nova Scotia Norway Denmark Germany Belgium Netherlands Sweden Finland France Canada United Kingdom Australia Italy United States Spain Source: Centre for the Study of Living Standards

30 Population by Ethnic Origin, 2006 Living in People Note: These numbers add up to more than the population due to multiple responses. Source: Statistics Canada, 2006 Census of Population

31 Comprehensive Academic & Research Institutions Baccalaureate & Applied Studies Institutions Polytechnic Institutions Comprehensive Community Institutions Independent Academic Institutions Specialized Arts & Culture Institutions Living in Education University of ; University of Calgary; University of Lethbridge; Athabasca University Grant MacEwan University; Mount Royal University NAIT*; SAIT* Polytechnic Bow Valley College ; Grand Prairie Regional College; Keyano College ; Lethbridge College; Medicine Hat College; NorQuest College; Northern Lakes College; Olds College; Portage College; Red Deer College; Lakeland College Ambrose University College; Canadian University College; Concordia University College of ; The King s University College; St. Mary s University College College of Art and Design; The Banff Centre * Northern Institute of Technology and Southern Institute of Technology Note: Full Time and Part Time Students,

32 Living in Quality Education Top Scores in Mathematics, Science and Reading 2009 Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) Examinations Average = 500 Mathematics Science Reading Rank Jurisdiction Score Rank Jurisdiction Score Rank Jurisdiction Score 1 Shanghai-China Shanghai-China Shanghai-China Singapore Finland Korea Hong Kong-China Hong Kong-China Finland Korea Hong Kong-China Chinese Taipei Singapore Quebec Japan Ontario Finland Korea Singapore Liechtenstein British Columbia British Columbia Switzerland New Zealand Canada Japan Ontario Quebec Canada New Zealand Canada Estonia Japan United States United States United States PISA test 15 year olds' Mathematics, Science and Reading skills 2. The rank is out of 75 jurisdictions Sources: Measuring Up: Canadian Results of the OECD PISA Study, Statistics Canada

33 Living in Health Care Selected Health Indicators Per Capita Government Health Expenditures ($ 000s) Canada** 30 Day In-Hospital Mortality Rate from Heart Attack* ( ) Day In-Hospital Mortality Rate from Stroke* ( ) *Note: Risk Adjusted Percentages **Canada data does not include Quebec due to differences in data collection Sources: National Health Expenditure Trends, , Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) ; Health Indicators 2010 Report,(CIHI), Statistics Canada

34 Living in Arts and Culture Private Sector Support of Performing Arts (2008) Per Capita Average Household Spending on Live Performing Arts: 2009 (Annual Dollars) Ontario $6.35 $5.77 Saskatchewan Manitoba $123 $141 $135 British Columbia Manitoba $4.64 $4.46 Ontario Canada Prince Edward Island $113 $105 $101 Quebec Saskatchewan $2.34 $3.17 British Columbia Quebec Nova Scotia $98 $88 $80 Nova Scotia $1.80 New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador $72 $56 Note: Excludes statistics for Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and New Brunswick which were suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act. Source: Statistics Canada

35 Living in Donations and Volunteerism Charitable Donor Statistics Median Annual Donation Per taxfiler, 2009 Prince Edward Island British Columbia Manitoba Newfoundland and Labrador Saskatchewan Ontario Nova Scotia New Brunswick $370 $370 $360 $340 $340 $330 $310 $300 $290 Canada $250 Quebec $130 Source: Statistics Canada

36 On-Line Resources Government Finance and Enterprise Doing Business in : Investing and Locating Exporting Your Products Industry Sectors Regional Development Community/Market Information Visiting : Travel List of Festivals in Vacation Guides Provincial Parks Tourism Working and Living in : Immigrating Things to Do and Health Care Education Learning Information Service Advanced Education and Technology Innovates www. albertainnovates.ca

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