Gross Domestic Product of Canada grew 1.4% in 2016 compared to last year. This rate is 4 -tenths of one percent higher than the figure of 1% published in 2015.
The GDP figure in 2016 was €1,388,571$1,535,768 million, leaving Canada placed 10th in the ranking of GDP of the 196 countries that we publish. The absolute value of GDP in Canada dropped €17,682$23,855 million with respect to 2015.
The GDP per capita of Canada in 2016 was €38,353$42,418, €923$1,142 less than in 2015, when it was €39,276$43,560. To view the evolution of the GDP per capita, it is interesting to look back a few years and compare these data with those of 2006 when the GDP per capita in Canada was €32,221$40,440.
If we order the countries according to their GDP per capita, Canada is well positioned in terms of the standard of living of its population, coming 19th out of the 196 countries whose GDP we publish.