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Interactive graphs depicting the progress made in Montreal, Quebec,
and Canada since 1996 as measured by a series of indicators.
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Personal income per capita
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Per capita personal income is
calculated as the total income of all individuals (that is, all the
income that is received, including income from pension plans,
employment insurance, family allowances, dividends, and interest)
divided by the total population.
This data is provided quarterly by the Conference Board of Canada
in annualized form. Annualizing quarterly data (multiplying it by
four) makes it possible to compare quarterly performance with the
This data is also deseasonalized, eliminating the impact of
seasonal variations and making it possible to compare data
throughout the year.