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March 2007

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Production, shipments and stocks of lumber, 2007
  March Year-to-date
Production Shipments Stocks Production Shipments
   thousands of cubic meters
Canada 6 726.7 6 577.5 9 345.2 19 487.2 18 126.5
British Columbia 3 438.5 3 478.3 4 186.0 10 122.2 9 432.2
Coast  414.4  421.6  428.7 1 208.0 1 116.9
Interior 3 024.1 3 056.7 3 757.3 8 914.2 8 315.3
Northern interior 1 451.5 1 437.8 1 870.2 4 306.1 3 889.1
Central interior  589.1  601.8  567.8 1 721.8 1 626.0
Southern interior  983.5 1 017.2 1 319.3 2 886.3 2 800.1
Alberta  689.6  673.4  906.0 1 925.1 1 767.6
Saskatchewan x x x x x
Manitoba x x x x x
Ontario  712.0  672.8  827.3 2 085.6 2 065.6
Quebec 1 351.6 1 273.1 2 847.3 3 880.2 3 486.4
New Brunswick  335.3  291.2  305.0  918.5  828.7
Nova Scotia  120.8  115.1  176.3  340.0  345.2
  percentage change 2006 to 2007
Canada -12.2 -10.7 5.7 -10.7 -13.1
British Columbia -9.1 -6.6 10.4 -8.6 -12.4
Coast -27.0 -29.9 -9.4 -22.9 -29.6
Interior -6.0 -2.1 13.2 -6.2 -9.4
Northern interior -8.2 -4.2 24.6 -6.7 -11.6
Central interior -4.3 -0.3 -5.7 -6.7 -9.6
Southern interior -3.6 0.0 8.4 -5.0 -5.9
Alberta 6.1 4.7 30.0 2.2 -1.6
Saskatchewan x x x x x
Manitoba x x x x x
Ontario -10.9 -19.5 8.2 -11.7 -12.8
Quebec -28.2 -21.6 -7.6 -20.9 -21.2
New Brunswick -8.9 -23.0 16.2 -9.7 -16.9
Nova Scotia -3.6 19.3 10.9 0.7 15.1
Note(s):
Totals may not add due to rounding.
 
Production and stocks of lumber, British Colombia, by species, 2007
  Standard classification of goods March Production Year-to-date production March Stocks
    code   thousands of cubic meters
British Colombia      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 182.5 382.0 171.1
Western Red Cedar 4407.10.71 128.5 410.3 176.1
Yellow Cedar 4407.10.72 21.5 64.3 0.2
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 258.5 698.2 279.9
Sitka Spruce 4407.10.42 x x x
Spruce, Pine and Fir 4407.10.31 2 771.6 8 344.3 3 512.9
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 x x x
Total softwoods 3 438.5 10 122.2 4 186.0
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 3 438.5 10 122.2 4 186.0
British Columbia coast      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 46.4 143.6 40.9
Western red cedar 4407.10.71 x x x
Yellow cedar 4407.10.72 21.5 64.3 0.2
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 205.4 520.0 183.8
SITKA spruce 4407.10.42 x x x
Spruce, pine and fir 4407.10.31 48.0 163.5 83.7
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 x x x
Total softwoods 414.4 1 208.0 428.7
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 414.4 1 208.0 428.7
British Columbia interior      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 136.1 238.4 130.2
Western red cedar 4407.10.71 x x x
Yellow cedar 4407.10.72 0.0 0.0 0.0
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 53.1 178.2 96.1
SITKA spruce 4407.10.42 68.2 201.9 45.3
Spruce, pine and fir 4407.10.31 2 723.6 8 180.8 3 429.3
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 x x x
Total softwoods 3 024.1 8 914.2 3 757.3
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 3 024.1 8 914.2 3 757.3
British Columbia northern interior      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 0.0 0.0 0.0
Western red cedar 4407.10.71 4.3 12.9 8.6
Yellow cedar 4407.10.72 0.0 0.0 0.0
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 21.0 60.6 43.4
SITKA spruce 4407.10.42 0.0 0.0 0.0
Spruce, pine and fir 4407.10.31 1 426.3 4 232.6 1 818.2
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total softwoods 1 451.5 4 306.1 1 870.2
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 1 451.5 4 306.1 1 870.2
British Columbia central interior      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 0.0 0.0 0.3
Western red cedar 4407.10.71 0.0 0.0 0.0
Yellow cedar 4407.10.72 0.0 0.0 0.0
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 0.0 0.0 0.0
SITKA spruce 4407.10.42 68.2 201.9 45.3
Spruce, pine and fir 4407.10.31 520.8 1 520.0 522.2
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total softwoods 589.1 1 721.8 567.8
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 589.1 1 721.8 567.8
British Columbia southern interior      
Douglas Fir & Western Larch 4407.10.32 136.1 238.4 129.9
Western red cedar 4407.10.71 x x x
Yellow cedar 4407.10.72 0.0 0.0 0.0
Western Hemlock & Amabilis Fir 4407.10.33 32.1 117.5 52.7
SITKA spruce 4407.10.42 0.0 0.0 0.0
Spruce, pine and fir 4407.10.31 776.5 2 428.3 1 088.9
Other softwoods 4407.10.99 x x x
Total softwoods 983.5 2 886.3 1 319.3
Hardwood 4407.90 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total (softwood and hardwood) 983.5 2 886.3 1 319.3
Note(s):
Totals may not add due to rounding.
 
Production and stocks of lumber by province and species, 2007
  Spruce, pine and fir (SCG code 4407.10.31) 1 Total softwood (SCG code 4407.10) 1 Total hardwood (SCG code 4407.90) 1 Total
  thousands of cubic meters
March production  
Canada 5 755.6 6 596.2  130.5 6 726.7
British Columbia 2 771.6 3 438.5  0.0 3 438.5
Alberta  688.3  688.3  1.3  689.6
Saskatchewan x x  0.0 x
Manitoba x x  0.0 x
Ontario  647.4  670.4  41.5  712.0
Quebec 1 130.8 1 278.4  73.2 1 351.6
New Brunswick  321.1  321.1  14.2  335.3
Nova Scotia  117.4  120.5  0.2  120.8
Year-to-date production  
Canada 16 765.5 19 112.1  375.1 19 487.2
British Columbia 8 344.3 10 122.2  0.0 10 122.2
Alberta 1 921.5 1 921.5  3.6 1 925.1
Saskatchewan x x  0.0 x
Manitoba x x  0.0 x
Ontario 1 897.7 1 963.9  121.7 2 085.6
Quebec 3 248.7 3 669.9  210.2 3 880.2
New Brunswick  804.5  879.6  38.9  918.5
Nova Scotia  333.1  339.3  0.7  340.0
March stocks  
Canada 8 264.4 9 297.2  48.0 9 345.2
British Columbia 3 512.9 4 186.0  0.0 4 186.0
Alberta  904.6  904.6  1.4  906.0
Saskatchewan x x  0.0 x
Manitoba x x  0.0 x
Ontario  757.3  817.7  9.6  827.3
Quebec 2 524.8 2 817.0  30.3 2 847.3
New Brunswick  298.3  298.3  6.7  305.0
Nova Scotia  169.1  176.3  0.0  176.3
Standard Classification of Goods (SCG) code.
Note(s):
Totals may not add due to rounding.
 
Revised data for production, shipments and stocks of lumber, 2006
  March Year-to-date
Softwood (SCG code  4407.10) 1 Hardwood (SCG code  4407.90) 1 Total Softwood (SCG code  4407.10) 1 Hardwood (SCG code  4407.90) 1 Total
    thousands of cubic meters
Total production 3 713.7  165.7 3 879.4 10 293.1  450.9 10 744.0
Alberta  648.7  1.2  649.9 1 879.6  3.5 1 883.2
Saskatchewan  43.4  0.0  43.4  132.3  0.0  132.3
Manitoba  10.8  0.0  10.8  106.1  0.0  106.1
Ontario  752.8  46.6  799.5 2 224.3  137.8 2 362.1
Quebec 1 780.3  102.0 1 882.3 4 639.5  265.8 4 905.3
New Brunswick  352.6  15.6  368.2  974.5  43.1 1 017.6
Nova Scotia  125.0  0.2  125.2  336.8  0.7  337.5
Total shipments . . 3 638.4 . . 10 105.8
Alberta . .  643.4 . . 1 797.1
Saskatchewan . .  43.7 . .  109.3
Manitoba . .  17.0 . .  107.7
Ontario . .  835.6 . . 2 368.3
Quebec . . 1 624.0 . . 4 425.9
New Brunswick . .  378.3 . .  997.5
Nova Scotia . .  96.5 . .  300.0
Total stocks 4 977.1  72.1 5 049.1 .. .. ..
Alberta  693.9  2.8  696.7 .. .. ..
Saskatchewan  51.4  0.0  51.4 .. .. ..
Manitoba  35.0  0.0  35.0 .. .. ..
Ontario  745.7  18.8  764.5 .. .. ..
Quebec 3 036.2  44.0 3 080.2 .. .. ..
New Brunswick  255.9  6.5  262.4 .. .. ..
Nova Scotia  158.9  0.0  158.9 .. .. ..
Standard Classification of Goods (SCG) code.
Note(s):
Totals may not add due to rounding.
 
Canadian lumber exports, 2007
Province of origin March Year-to-date
Rail Truck Water Total Rail Truck Water Total
   thousands of cubic meters
Canada  740.5 3 261.8  613.0 4 615.6 2 166.7 7 858.3 1 562.6 11 588.0
Newfoundland and Labrador  1.5  3.7  0.0  5.2  4.2  6.6  0.0  10.8
Prince Edward Island  0.4  4.5  0.6  5.4  2.2  7.0  1.5  10.7
Nova Scotia  20.5  68.8  5.7  95.1  69.4  160.4  18.2  248.1
New Brunswick  72.5  103.0  4.9  180.5  230.8  243.2  8.9  482.8
Quebec  191.5  474.8  37.8  704.1  561.5 1 121.5  117.9 1 801.1
Ontario  75.2  314.4  4.5  394.1  235.6  753.9  9.6  999.2
Manitoba  3.4  35.4  0.0  38.8  22.3  60.9  0.1  83.3
Saskatchewan  9.4  6.6  0.0  16.0  24.8  18.8  0.1  43.7
Alberta  80.0  257.1  3.8  341.1  211.0  554.7  8.6  774.4
British Columbia  286.0 1 993.6  555.7 2 835.3  804.9 4 931.2 1 397.8 7 133.9
Yukon  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0
Northwest Territories  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0
Nunavut  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0
Canadian lumber exports by province of origin as reported by the International Division of Statistics Canada. Totals may not add due to small transactions with unclear mode of transportation which appear only in the totals. Destination of exports by country may be obtained from Statistics Canada's catalogue no. 65-004-X monthly.
 
Production, shipments and stocks of pulp chips, 2007
  March Year-to-date
Production Shipments Stocks Production Shipments
   thousands of oven-dry metric tonnes
Canada 1 935.8 1 926.7  191.1 5 577.3 5 611.9
British Columbia  784.6  791.0  27.8 2 311.5 2 318.3
Coast  123.2  124.6  5.5  342.6  347.2
Interior  661.3  666.4  22.4 1 969.0 1 971.2
Northern interior  294.5  298.2  14.0  898.7  899.7
Central interior  138.8  138.8  2.2  418.2  416.9
Southern interior  228.0  229.4  6.1  652.1  654.6
Other provinces 1 151.2 1 135.7  163.3 3 265.8 3 293.6
Note(s):
Totals may not add due to rounding.