Edition: December 9-13, 2019
Infoline Highlights for the Week of December 9-13
Building Permits - The value of building permits issued by B.C. municipalities declined 21.2% (seasonally adjusted) in October, following a 6.9% boost recorded in September. The decrease reflects a dip in the value of permits for both the non-residential (-48.3%) and residential (-1.8%) sectors. Commercial projects (-58.9%) posted the most significant drop, but planned activity for the industrial (-21.2%) sector was also down notably.
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Family Violence - In 2018, there were approximately 5,800 child and youth victims (aged 17 and younger) of police-reported violence in British Columbia. Of these victims, 59% were female and 41% were male. Nearly a third (30%) of child and youth victims of police-reported violence in the province were victimized by a family member.
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- Active Transportation Strategy Survey
- BC Hydro Workforce Profile Survey
- BC Public Service Exit Survey
- BC Public Service New Job Survey
- BC Student Outcomes Survey of Baccalaureate Graduates
- BC Wildfire Service Auxiliary Work Environment
- Capilano University Employee Engagement
- City of Victoria Business Survey
- Fraser Basin Council Non-Residential Flood Vulnerability
- Long Term Disability (LTD) Application Process Survey
- OCIO ES Client Satisfaction Survey
- Workforce Development Agreement Outcomes
- Workforce Development Agreement Employer Outcomes
You can read more about any of these by visiting our Current Surveys page.
- The value of B.C.'s building permits in October dropped from the month before.
- In 2018, almost a third of child and youth victims of violence were assaulted by a family member.