Key Small Business Statistics — June 2016 edition includes data on the number of businesses in Canada, job creation, firm births ands, the share of high-growth firms, firm … Some statistics are presented by demographic characteristics of owners (e.g., women, visible minorities), province, industry and firm size.

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2015-11-27. Summary of the results, along with the complete data tables of the Survey on Financing and Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises, 2014. … This special edition of Key Small Business Statistics aims to provide readers with a picture of the general distribution of majority female-owned SMEs in Canada.

3. Key Small Business Statistics—July 2012. Highlights. Industry Canada's definition of “small business” is firms that have fewer than 100 employees. Number of Businesses. •. There are just over one million small businesses in Canada that have employees (excludes self-employed entrepreneurs). Ninety-eight percent of …

Industry Canada. Email: CMB-Multimedia-DGCM@ic.gc.ca. This publication is also available online in HTML at www.ic.gc.ca/sbstatistics. If you have questions or … Key Small Business Statistics is an annual publication that provides baseline data on the small … grow between one and ten percent from 2012 to 2014.