Reports on Plans and Priorities
2014-15 - Section 1 - Text description - Figure 3: Net Stock of Core Public Infrastructure per capita
Figure 3: Net Stock of Core Public Infrastructure per capita
Figure 3 is a graph based on Statistics Canada data. The graph shows variations in the net capital stock of core public infrastructure per capita in Canada, between 1983 and 2013. Capital Stock provides a measure of accumulated capital investment. "Net Capital Stock" is defined as the value of all fixed assets still in use, adjusted for the depreciation (age) of these assets.
Figure 3 shows that the value of the net stock of core public infrastructure per capita in Canada has been rising significantly since the early 2000s, after trending downward since the early 1990s. It actually increased from less than $9,500 per capita in 2003 to about $11,200 in 2013 (as expressed in constant, 2007 dollars).
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