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 financing, the number of firms that innovate and export, the small businesses contribution to each province's gross domestic product as well as on …

Key Small Business Statistics provides statistical data on the business sector in Canada, focusing on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This edition contains data on the following questions: … no longer part of Key Small Business Statistics . In this report, numbers of industries differ based upon the survey source.

Reports prepared or commissioned by the Small Business Branch of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. … This profile, for the first time in Canada, compares data on co-operatives with those of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). … This report is about financial …

FOREWORD. Key Small Business Statistics provides statistical data on the business sector in Canada, focusing on … In this report, numbers of industries differ based upon the survey source. In particular, the … 1.14 million (97.9 percent) were small businesses, 21,415 (1.8 percent) were medium-sized businesses and 2,933 …

Find small business sector data and answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about small businesses in Canada in this publication. How many businesses appear and disappear each year? Take a look at the statistics on business entries and exits per year. SME Research and Statistics Find research reports …

Statistics on Small Business in Canada. Small businesses are the backbone of Canada's economy. Startup Canada has compiled some of the big numbers behind small businesses in Canada. What is the definition of a small business in Canada? • 1 to 4 employees: Micro-‐enterprise. • 5 to 100: Small business. • 101 to …

Trump tax reform leads U.S. entrepreneurs in Canada to consider giving up American citizenship Subscriber content January 28 Updated. AFP/Getty Images · Report on Small Business newsletter: Employers who don't realize the job market has changed are in for a nasty surprise January 25 Updated. The Globe and Mail.