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Le PIB de Laval a atteint 10,5 G$ en 2006

 

Mais sa valeur par habitant demeure nettement inférieure à celui du Québec

 

par Stéphane St-Amour

 

Article mis en ligne le 4 novembre 2007 à 6:54

 

 

Le PIB de Laval a atteint 10,5 G$ en 2006

Mais sa valeur par habitant demeure nettement inférieure à celui du Québec

La valeur des biens et services produits dans la région de Laval en 2006 a atteint le seuil de 10,5 milliards de dollars, soit l’équivalent de 4 % du PIB québécois.

Comme ce fut le cas en 2004 et 2005, la croissance économique lavalloise s’est maintenue l’année dernière au-dessus de la moyenne provinciale.

 

Par contre, le PIB au prix de base nominal par habitant est nettement moins favorable lorsqu’on compare la région à l’ensemble de la province. «Le PIB par habitant se chiffre à 27 805 $ à Laval contre 34 586 au Québec», indique l’économiste de la Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ), Jean Laneville.

 

Dans la mise en rang des 17 régions administratives de la province, Laval fait piètre figure, se classant au 11e rang.

Niveau de vie élevé

Par contre, il faut savoir que le PIB régional ne reflète aucunement le niveau de vie des habitants dans les régions limitrophes à la grande région métropolitaine, considérant la très grande mobilité des travailleurs.

On en donne pour preuve le revenu personnel par habitant des Lavallois qui s’élevait en 2006 à 32 063 $, soit le quatrième plus élevé au Québec derrière le revenu personnel moyen des habitants de la Montérégie, de Montréal et de la Capitale Nationale.

 

Quant au chapitre du revenu d’emploi par habitant, seuls les Montérégiens gagnent plus que les Lavallois. Selon l’Institut de la statistique du Québec, le revenu d’emploi par habitant s’établissait en 2006 à 24 117 $.

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Pour comparer voici des pays ayant environ le même PNB:p (https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2001rank.html) :

 

139

 

Zambia $ 11,640,000,000 2006 est.

140

 

 

Iceland $ 11,380,000,000 2006 est.

141

 

 

Kyrgyzstan $ 10,730,000,000 2006 est.

142

 

 

Gabon $ 10,190,000,000 2006 est.

143

 

 

Macau $ 10,000,000,000 2004

144

 

 

Brunei $ 9,557,000,000 2006 est.

145

 

 

Tajikistan $ 9,521,000,000 2006 est.

146

 

 

Togo $ 9,290,000,000 2006 est.

147

 

 

Moldova $ 9,066,000,000 2006 est.

148

 

 

Benin $ 8,989,000,000 2006 est.

149

 

 

Malta $ 8,518,000,000 2006 est.

150

 

 

Malawi $ 8,272,000,000 2006 est.

151

 

 

Mauritania $ 8,124,000,000 2006 est.

152

 

 

Bahamas, The $ 6,556,000,000 2006 est.

153

 

 

Swaziland $ 6,018,000,000 2006 est.

154

 

 

Burundi $ 5,854,000,000 2006 est.

155

 

 

Mongolia $ 5,852,000,000 2006 est.

156

 

 

Fiji $ 5,594,000,000 2006 est.

157

 

 

Lesotho $ 5,492,000,000 2006 est.

158

 

 

Sierra Leone $ 5,452,000,000 2006 est.

159

 

 

Gaza Strip $ 5,327,000,000 2005 est.

160

 

 

West Bank $ 5,327,000,000 2005 est.

161

 

 

Somalia $ 5,259,000,000 2006 est.

162

 

 

Barbados $ 5,146,000,000 2006 est.

163

 

 

Jersey $ 5,100,000,000 2005 est.

164

 

 

Congo, Republic of the $ 5,033,000,000 2006 est.

165

 

 

Central African Republic $ 4,998,000,000 2006 est.

166

 

 

Eritrea $ 4,751,000,000 2006 est.

167

 

 

French Polynesia $ 4,580,000,000 2003 est.

168

 

 

Cyprus $ 4,540,000,000 2006 est.

169

 

 

Bermuda $ 4,500,000,000 2004 est.

170

 

 

Guyana $ 3,757,000,000 2006 est.

171

 

 

Bhutan $ 3,503,000,000 2006 est.

172

 

 

Montenegro $ 3,443,000,000 2006 est.

173

 

 

Gambia, The $ 3,324,000,000 2006 est.

174

 

 

New Caledonia $ 3,158,000,000 2003 est.

175

 

 

Suriname $ 3,136,000,000 2006 est.

176

 

 

Cape Verde $ 3,129,000,000 2006 est.

177

 

 

Maldives $ 2,839,000,000 2006 est.

178

 

 

Liberia $ 2,821,000,000 2006 est.

179

 

 

Netherlands Antilles $ 2,800,000,000 2004 est.

180

 

 

Andorra $ 2,770,000,000 2005

181

 

 

Guernsey $ 2,742,000,000 2005

182

 

 

Isle of Man $ 2,719,000,000 2005 est.

183

 

 

Guam $ 2,500,000,000 2005 est.

184

 

 

Belize $ 2,307,000,000 2006 est.

185

 

 

Aruba $ 2,258,000,000 2005 est.

186

 

 

Cayman Islands $ 1,939,000,000 2004 est.

187

 

 

Djibouti $ 1,878,000,000 2006 est.

188

 

 

Liechtenstein $ 1,786,000,000 2001 est.

189

 

 

Virgin Islands $ 1,577,000,000 2004 est.

190

 

 

Comoros $ 1,275,000,000 2006 est.

191

 

 

Guinea-Bissau $ 1,249,000,000 2006 est.

192

 

 

Samoa $ 1,218,000,000 2006 est.

193

 

 

Saint Lucia $ 1,179,000,000 2006 est.

194

 

 

Antigua and Barbuda $ 1,145,000,000 2006 est.

195

 

 

Greenland $ 1,100,000,000 2001 est.

196

 

 

Faroe Islands $ 1,000,000,000 2001 est.

197

 

 

Grenada $ 982,000,000 2006 est.

198

 

 

Monaco $ 976,300,000 2006 est.

199

 

 

Mayotte $ 953,600,000 2005 est.

200

 

 

Northern Mariana Islands $ 900,000,000 2000 est.

201

 

 

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines $ 864,000,000 2006 est.

202

 

 

British Virgin Islands $ 853,400,000 2004 est.

203

 

 

San Marino $ 850,000,000 2004 est.

204

 

 

Solomon Islands $ 800,000,000 2002 est.

205

 

 

Gibraltar $ 769,000,000 2000 est.

206

 

 

Vanuatu $ 739,000,000 2006 est.

207

 

 

Saint Kitts and Nevis $ 726,000,000 2006 est.

208

 

 

Seychelles $ 626,000,000 2002 est.

209

 

 

American Samoa $ 510,100,000 2003 est.

210

 

 

Dominica $ 485,000,000 2006 est.

211

 

 

Timor-Leste $ 370,000,000 2004 est.

212

 

 

Sao Tome and Principe $ 278,000,000 2006 est.

213

 

 

Micronesia, Federated States of $ 277,000,000 2002 est.

214

 

 

Kiribati $ 240,000,000 2006 est.

215

 

 

Turks and Caicos Islands $ 216,000,000 2002 est.

216

 

 

Cook Islands $ 183,200,000 2005 est.

217

 

 

Tonga $ 178,500,000 2004 est.

218

 

 

Palau $ 124,500,000 2004 est.

219

 

 

Marshall Islands $ 115,000,000 2001 est.

220

 

 

Anguilla $ 108,900,000 2004 est.

221

 

 

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) $ 75,000,000 2002 est.

222

 

 

Nauru $ 60,000,000 2005 est.

223

 

 

Wallis and Futuna $ 60,000,000 2004 est.

224

 

 

Saint Pierre and Miquelon $ 48,300,000 2003 est.

225

 

 

Montserrat $ 29,000,000 2002 est.

226

 

 

Saint Helena $ 18,000,000 1998 est.

227

 

 

Tuvalu $ 14,940,000 2002 est.

228

 

 

Niue $ 7,600,000 2000 est.

229

 

Tokelau $ 1,500,000 1993 est.

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Sorry to bring back an old post from the dead. If Laval GDP is that high, honestly, Canada should just buy Dominica. Their GDP is about C$740B with the current exchange rate. That is well below the GDP of Yukon. It wouldn't even be 1% of Canada's GDP.

With Trudeau printing money out of thin air about $250B to help people deal with Covid, why not give Canada a nice gift. 

The island is about 50% bigger to Montreal. It is between over seas territory of France. 

They speak English and creole French.

The main airport is 3520 km away from Montreal and it would take about 4.5 hours to get there. The runway would have to be extended a bit so a A220 can land and take off without issue. Right now you need 2 flights to get there, but all the other islands that are neighbors, you can fly direct from Montreal.

Just think of it one flight a day from Montreal with an A220, that would be about 58,000 tourists visiting each year and that will probably keep, 10s of millions of dollars inside Canada or even more

RBC and Scotiabank are already setup there.

There is about 300,000-375,000 snow birds leaving Canada during the winter months to go to Hawaii, southern part of the US, Mexico, Caribbean and Latin America. There is no way the island could be home to that many of them, but maybe we there is a way for 30,000 of them to stay in the winter months or even all year round. That will increase the population of the island by almost 50%. It would also account for almost half the people coming from Montreal on a daily flight.

We can keep tourism dollars in Canada, people can feel safe and not deal with corruption in Mexico, Dominican Republic, Cuba and other places. Snowbirds can fly south and not have to worry about "healthcare".

Canada gains a territory that can produce exotic fruits.

What is interesting, there is about 200,000 tourists that visit Dominica each year. . 

True, we would have to deal with hurricanes. Build a port for the military so they can dock. Bell, Telus and others would have to setup shop. The list goes on, but some things can stay as is.

The energy sector is pretty good, hydro and geothermal. 

The daily mean temperate is about 26 degree C.

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