Quebec continues to be the main force behind maple, blueberries, cranberries, dairy cows and pigs

Articles and reports: 96-325-X202100100005

Description: This article presents the highlights and a brief analysis of the results from the 2021 Census of Agriculture for the province of Quebec.
Issue Number: 2021001
Author(s): S-Beaulieu, Martin
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HTMLJune 15, 2022
  • Correction: February 3, 2023

    On February 3, 2023, two corrections were made to the following sentences in the section “Significant increase in renewable energy production”: “More than a quarter (28.8%) of total farms in Canada reporting renewable energy production using a bioenergy system were in Quebec. The majority of these farms (60.4%) reported annual revenues of less than $100,000." The "28.8%" value replaced the "28.4%" value previously published, and the "60.4%" value replaced the "60.9%" value previously published. Selected data values on the share of national renewable energy practices in Table 4 were also corrected; the magnitude of each change was no more than 0.4 percentage points.

PDFJune 15, 2022
  • Correction: February 3, 2023

    On February 3, 2023, two corrections were made to the following sentences in the section “Significant increase in renewable energy production”: “More than a quarter (28.8%) of total farms in Canada reporting renewable energy production using a bioenergy system were in Quebec. The majority of these farms (60.4%) reported annual revenues of less than $100,000." The "28.8%" value replaced the "28.4%" value previously published, and the "60.4%" value replaced the "60.9%" value previously published. Selected data values on the share of national renewable energy practices in Table 4 were also corrected; the magnitude of each change was no more than 0.4 percentage points.