Canada: labor productivity by province 2018

This statistic shows the labor productivity in Canada in 2018, distinguished by province. In 2018, Northwest Territories had the highest labor productivity in Canada at 112.6 chained 2012 Canadian dollars added to the GDP per hour worked.

Labor productivity across all industries in Canada in 2018, by province

ProvinceReal GDP per hour worked in chained 2012 Canadian dollars
Northwest Territories112.6
Saskatchewan 79.9
Alberta 78.5
Newfoundland and Labrador 76.9
Yukon 63.5
Canada 59.4
British Columbia 58.5
Ontario 57.3
Manitoba 54.4
Quebec 51.5
New Brunswick 47.4
Nova Scotia 44.9
Prince Edward Island 42.6
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Release date

May 2019



Survey time period


Supplementary notes

Labor productivity is the ratio between real value added and hours worked. Real value added for each industry and each aggregate is constructed from a Fisher chain index.

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