B.C. Economic Accounts & Gross Domestic Product

The B.C. Economic Accounts (BCEA) translate information on income, savings and key economic processes – such as production, capital formation and consumption – into a consistent system of statistics that can be used to explain the functioning of the economy. In addition, the BCEA contain important data on price changes and the relative growth of various industries over time.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a measure of the value added to the economy by current production and is one of the components of the B.C. Economic Accounts.

B.C. Economic Accounts Data for 1981-2016

Data Released November 2017

B.C. Gross Domestic Product at Basic Prices

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS):

Data Released November 2017

Based on data released April 2017

Based on data released April 2016

Other Sources of Economic Accounts Data

Statistics Canada

Find economic accounts information and learn about the Canadian System of Macroeconomic Accounts through a module offered by Statistics Canada

Archived Data: B.C. Gross Domestic Product

Data Released November 2011

Note: Figures in the files listed below are not consistent with the new national accounts data.