Statistical data


 

Maple

Canada

Population (April 1, 2013)

35,141,542

Domestic economic impact

Canadian housing starts (SAAR) (2012) 214,827
Contribution to GDP (nominal) (dollars) (2012) 18,700,000,000
Forestry and logging industry 4,300,000,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 6,900,000,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 7,500,000,000
Direct jobs (number) (2012)
Direct jobs (LFS) 235,900
Direct jobs (SEPH) 184,811
Expenditures – capital (dollars) (2012) 2,265,200,000
Forestry and logging industry 232,800,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 1,277,800,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 754,600,000
Expenditures – repair (dollars) (2011) 2,606,100,000
Forestry and logging industry 259,300,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 1,444,100,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 902,700,000
Revenue from goods manufactured (dollars) (2011) 53,263,638,000
Forestry and logging industry 8,569,730,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 24,752,105,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 19,941,803,000
Wages and salaries (dollars) (2011) 8,719,191,000
Forestry and logging industry 1,404,021,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 3,434,710,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 3,880,460,000

Forest management

Area defoliated by insects and containing beetle-killed trees (hectares) (2011) 9,193,488
Area planted (hectares) (2011) 370,636
Area seeded (hectares) (2011) 11,221
Fire – area burned (hectares) (2012) 1,921,371
Fires – number (number) (2012) 7,288
Forest area certified (hectares) (2012) 147,928,855
Harvest (area) (hectares) (2011) 637,809
Harvest (volume) (cubic metres) (2011) 148,619,000
Greenhouse gas inventory
For forest lands affected by land-use change (2011)
Afforestation – forest area (kilohectares) Not available
CO2e removals from the atmosphere due to afforestation (megatonnes) 0.7
Deforestation – forest area (kilohectares) 45.9
CO2e emissions due to deforestation (megatonnes) 11.6
For managed forests (2011)
Area of managed forests (million hectares) 229.0
Net greenhouse gas release to the atmosphere (CO2e/yr) (megatonnes) 83.9
Net accumulation in forest biomass and dead organic matter (CO2e/yr) (megatonnes) 154.0

Forest products

Domestic consumption
Lumber – hardwood (cubic metres) (2012) 2,156,211
Lumber – softwood (cubic metres) (2012) 21,905,386
Newsprint (tonnes) (2012) 818,977
Printing and writing paper (tonnes) (2012) 1,322,000
Structural panels (plywood and oriented strandboard) (cubic metres) (2012) 3,772,329
Wood pulp (tonnes) (2012) 7,449,082
Production
Christmas trees (dollars) (2011) 39,438,000
Christmas trees (number) (2011) 1,838,000
Lumber – hardwood (cubic metres) (2012) 1,297,600
Lumber – softwood (cubic metres) (2012) 54,722,600
Maple products (dollars) (2011) 349,504,000
Maple products (litres) (2011) 50,109,000
Newsprint (tonnes) (2012) 3,874,000
Printing and writing paper (tonnes) (2012) 3,319,000
Structural panels (plywood and oriented strandboard) (cubic metres) (2012) 6,695,153
Wood pulp (tonnes) (2012) 17,079,000

Inventory

Land classification Thousand hectares
Forest land 347,600
Other land with tree cover 8,500
Other wooded land 40,900
Forest, other wooded land and other land with tree cover 396,900
Forest type (forest land only)
Broadleaf 10.5%
Coniferous 67.8%
Mixedwood 15.8%
Non-treed 5.9%
Ownership (forest land only)
Aboriginal 2.0%
Federal 1.6%
Municipal 0.3%
Private 6.2%
Provincial 76.6%
Territorial 12.9%
Other 0.4%

Trade

Balance of trade (total exports) (dollars) (2012) 16,326,222,269
Value of domestic exports (dollars) (2012) 25,077,709,595
Primary wood products 1,024,889,707
Pulp and paper products 15,125,924,298
Wood-fabricated materials 8,926,895,590
Value of imports (dollars) (2012) 8,900,688,235
Primary wood products 420,120,787
Pulp and paper products 5,768,311,902
Wood-fabricated materials 2,712,255,546