Underground economy as a share of GDP Canada 2013, by province or territory

This statistic shows the value of the underground economy as a proportion of gross domestic product in Canada in 2013, by province or territory. In 2013, the underground economy in Nova Scotia was valued at 2.7 percent of its GDP.

Value of the underground economy as a proportion of gross domestic product in Canada in 2013, by province or territory

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Source

Release date

June 2016

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2013

Supplementary notes

The underground economy is defined by Statcan as consisting of legal and illegal market-based economic activities that are not captured in economic measurements because of their hidden, illegal, or informal nature. Some illegal activities, such as those related to drugs and prostitution, are not included in these estimates.

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