In April, Canadian retail sales totaled 51.5 billion Canadian dollars. As shown by official data, the growth rate compared to March was at the level of 0.1%. At the same time, the indicator, which does not take into account cars and spare parts for them, decreased by 0.1%. Gas stations increased their rate by 1.2%. Sales at food and beverage stores increased by 0.4%. Other stores recorded a 2.8% increase in sales for the second month in a row. New car dealers sold cars by 1.2% more than in the previous month. Total sales of cars and spare parts for them increased by 0.1%. The share of sales in online stores rose in April to 3% from 2% a year earlier. Retail e-commerce reported an increase of 14.9% from the same month last year.
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