Canada’s post-production, motion picture and video industries have dropped 4.19 per cent in operating revenues from 2007 to 2008. According to Statistics Canada data released Monday, the industry has shown a steady decline in revenue in the last few years, going from $838.4 million in 2005 to $786 million in 2008. The industry registered revenues of $820.4 million in 2007. The stats relate to motion picture or video post-production services, including the production of computer graphics, animation and special effects, editing, film and tape transferring, dubbing, subtitling, creating credits, and closed captioning. Operating expenses increased by $6.7 million between 200, from $751.9 million in 2007 to $758.6 in 2008. Ontario noted revenue of $397.4 million and expenses of $377.8 million. Quebec reported revenues of $272 million and expenses of $270.3, leaving the province with a small profit margin.