GDP in 3 Canadian Provinces (IELTS Task 1(AC))

Q: The table and graph above show the information about GDP in three Canadian provinces. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.

The table and line graph show the GDP changes in Canada between 2019 and 2023 for three provinces: Quebec, Ontario, and British Columbia.

Overall, companies in Ontario earned the highest income among the three provinces, with all indexes exceeding 1500 Canadian Dollars. In 2020, the GDP in Ontario declined by about 100 Canadian Dollars. On the other hand, companies in British Columbia earned the lowest income, with all indexes being less than 750 Canadian Dollars. Additionally, the GDP in British Columbia remained relatively stable over these five years. Additionally, GDP in Quebec also levelled off at 950 and 1200 Canadian Dollars.

Between 2020 and 2022, companies in Ontario experienced an increase of approximately 800 Canadian dollars. Similarly, companies in Quebec saw a slight increase of about 200 Canadian Dollars. In 2023, the GDP in all provinces decreased. Specifically, companies in Ontario saw a decrease from 2700 to under 2250 Canadian Dollars. The GDP declined by about 100 Canadian Dollars in Quebec and British Columbia.

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