Canada at a Glance 2017
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Chart 22 Natural resources in Canada

Data Table for Chart 22
Chart 22
Natural resources in Canada
Table summary
This table displays the results of Natural resources in Canada Energy, Timber and Minerals, calculated using billions of dollars units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  EnergyData table Note 1 TimberData table Note 2 Minerals
billions of dollars
1985 210.123 68.766 28.788
1986 84.430 112.124 26.818
1987 93.969 170.465 43.705
1988 42.172 196.872 77.381
1989 54.195 168.058 82.642
1990 77.104 91.232 57.431
1991 58.371 32.863 44.445
1992 46.364 44.581 42.087
1993 70.222 107.001 31.994
1994 55.905 202.171 44.995
1995 60.061 352.156 68.895
1996 108.063 265.150 58.652
1997 114.818 261.033 61.417
1998 54.060 229.127 58.160
1999 142.414 291.680 55.969
2000 375.205 376.747 71.976
2001 326.543 318.230 54.164
2002 274.436 268.365 55.415
2003 406.845 196.581 64.060
2004 445.487 294.854 102.589
2005 633.774 236.066 132.988
2006 625.140 211.500 185.092
2007 566.717 157.445 246.922
2008 1,126.419 134.047 307.691
2009 348.766 75.749 128.490
2010 580.180 126.552 236.115
2011 753.023 120.035 326.738
2012 529.670 102.454 224.377
2013 516.264 145.595 157.585
2014 771.469 159.126 119.927
2015 55.559 157.712 74.142

Chart 23 Emissions of carbon dioxide equivalents in Canada

Data Table for Chart 23
Chart 23
Emissions of carbon dioxide equivalents in Canada


Table summary
This table displays the results of Emissions of carbon dioxide equivalents in Canada

. The information is grouped by year (appearing as row headers), megatonnes (appearing as column headers).
year megatonnes
1990 613
1991 606
1992 623
1993 625
1994 646
1995 665
1996 685
1997 700
1998 708
1999 722
2000 744
2001 733
2002 736
2003 755
2004 756
2005 747
2006 738
2007 758
2008 739
2009 696
2010 706
2011 710
2012 718
2013 731
2014 732
2015  
2016  
2017  
2018  
2019  
2020 622
2021  
2022  
2023  
2024  
2025  
2026  
2027  
2028  
2029  
2030 524
Table 34
Environmental practices in Canadian households
Table summary
This table displays the results of Environmental practices in Canadian households 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015, calculated using % of households units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  2007 2009 2011 2013 2015
% of households
Households that had at least one type of energy-saving light 86 89 89 89 90
Households that lowered the temperature of their main thermostat when asleep during winterTable 34 Note 1 55 61 60 58 57
Households that had a water meterTable 34 Note 2 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 39 40 43
Households that had a low-volume toilet Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 47 50 51
Households that had a low-flow shower head Note ..: not available for a specific reference period Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 63 60 62
Households that used tap water as their primary source of drinking water 59 66 68 67 69
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