Quarterly Population Estimates
Table 1. Quarterly population estimates
|Location||Population Estimates as of January 1, 2023|
Consumer Price Index (CPI)
All-items (Unadjusted 2002=100)
Table 2. Consumer Price Index (CPI)
|Location||% change, February 2023 to March 2023||% change, March 2022 to March 2023|
Unemployment Rate (unadjusted)
Table 3. Unemployment Rate (unadjusted)
|Location||February 2023||March 2023|
Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Expenditure
Table 4. Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by Expenditure
|Location||GDP in 2021 (Millions of chained 2012 Canadian Dollars)||% Change (2020 to 2021)|
Updates from OSI
Items are removed from this list after 12 months and listed on relevant web pages in this section.
* Open data licensed under Alberta’s Open Government Licence
** Not open – see PDF for metadata risk considerations, data source and contact information
- Consumer Price Index, Year-Over-Year Percentage Change, Canada/Alberta – April 24, 2023*
- Preliminary Total Housing Starts, Alberta’s Major Urban Centres – April 24, 2023*
- Heavy Crude Oil Reference Prices, Monthly (PDF, 195 KB), or CSV format (CSV, 14 KB) – April 11, 2023**
- Successful Wells Drilled, Alberta (PDF, 322 KB) or CSV format (CSV, 80 KB) – April 11, 2023**
- Fourth Quarter 2022 Alberta Population Estimates (October 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022) – March 22, 2023*
- 2021 Census of Canada highlights: Indigenous People – March 22, 2023*
- Average Weekly Earnings (including overtime), Alberta – January 31, 2023*
- Real Gross Domestic Product at Market Prices, Annual Percent Change, Canada and Alberta – December 14, 2022
- A profile of inter-jurisdictional employees (IJE) in Alberta – 2018 update – October 7, 2022
- Light Crude Oil Reference Prices, Monthly (PDF, 360 KB), or CSV format (CSV, 6 KB) – July 18, 2022**
- Alberta Population Projections for 2022 to 2046 – July 5, 2022*
- Economic impact analysis – Economic Multipliers 2017 – added April 29, 2022
- 2020-21 Annual Population Report and data for the Second Quarter of 2021 – September 29, 2021
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