Edition: June 30, 2014: Issue 25
Issue 14-25: Highlights
The Economy - Average weekly payroll earnings in British Columbia edged up 0.1% (seasonally adjusted, including overtime) in April, marking the fourth month of consecutive increases.
Justice - There were 184 police-reported hate crimes in B.C. in 2012, 11 fewer than the previous year.
The Nation - The Industrial Product Price Index (IPPI) climbed 3.4% in May, marking the seventh consecutive month of year-over-year increases.
- Apprenticeship Student Outcomes (APPSO) Survey
- Baccalaureate Graduate Survey
- BC Hydro Workforce Profile Survey
- BC Labour Market Agreement Outcomes Survey
- BC Public Service Exit Survey
- BC Skills Connect for Immigrants Program (SCI) Evaluation Survey
- Developmental Student Outcomes (DEVSO) Survey
- Diploma, Associate Degree, and Certificate Student Outcomes (DACSO) Survey
- FrontCounter BC Customer Satisfaction Survey
- Long Term Disability (LTD) Application Process Survey
- Transportation Investment Corporation Work Environment Survey 2014
You can read more about any of these by visiting our Current and Recent Surveys page.
- Average weekly payroll earning in British Columbia edged up 0.1% in April
- Over four-fifths (85%) of households in B.C. had an active cell phone in 2013
- There were 184 police-reported hate crimes in B.C. in 2012, a decrease from the previous year
Did You Know
After being instructed to imagine 3 to 4 days of 30 degree Celsius or more heat, 79% of B.C. survey respondents indicated their garbage can or communal garbage bin would be “really smelly” or “somewhat smelly”. By comparison, only 24% of respondents imagined their refrigerator would be “really” or “somewhat smelly”, while 17% anticipated their basement would become “really” or “somewhat smelly”. Data Source: Ipsos Reid