2 edition of Principal economic indicators for the Quebec forestry sector found in the catalog.
Principal economic indicators for the Quebec forestry sector
|Statement||Sylvie Massicotte, Gilles Carpentier.|
|Series||Information report -- LAU-X-104, Information report (Laurentian Forestry Centre) -- LAU-X-104|
|Contributions||Carpentier, Gilles., Canada. Forestry Canada. Quebec Region., Laurentian Forestry Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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Principal economic indicators for the Quebec forestry sector provides a brief analysis of the main components of the Quebec forestry sector and illustrates them through graphs.
The document reviews the economic and forestry aspects of the sector and, in some cases, compares it. Get this from a library. Principal economic indicators for the Quebec forestry sector: presentation and analysis. [Sylvie Massicotte; Gilles Carpentier; Canada. Forestry Canada. Quebec Region.; Laurentian Forestry Centre.].
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Overview Indicator 1 – B.C. forest sector manufacturing sales in were up % from and exports, excluding logs, were up % from This made the first year since the recession to surpass sales from the height of.
Economy Subscribe to this topic. The current economic indicators section is updated on working days at 10 a.m. Release dates for main indicators Updated:. Quebec’s Forest Regimes: Lessons for a Return to Prosperity Montreal Economic Institute HIGHLIGHTS Over time, the Quebec government has modiﬁ ed, on several occasions, the forest regime that governs the ac-tivities of the forestry industry.
This Research Paper re-views the history of the forest concessions regime, the. The economic viability of the forest industry, maintenance of a good quality environment, the social acceptability of forest practices, and equitable sharing of the benefits of forest management are just some of the principles underlying the Size: 2MB.
harmonization of different forest uses are just as important as economic development. Québec’s forest system is designed to help achieve this goal. However, success will only be possible with the support and participation of the general public. As in past years, the edition of Québec’s Forest Resources and Industry contains a succinct statistical report on Québec’s forest sector.
However, this year we have made some minor changes to the content. For example, the survey chapter data are drawn exclusively from the third ten-year forest. Overview Indicator 1 – B.C. forest sector manufacturing sales in were up 4% from and accounted for. 31% of B.C. total manufacturing sales.
Exports were up % fromaccounting for 35% of B.C. total merchandise exports. Indicator: Gross domestic product. Indicator: Production. Indicator: Exports. The forest industry represents a smaller percentage of Canada’s economy than other resource sectors, but it creates more jobs and contributes more to the balance of trade for every dollar of value added than do other major resource sectors.
General Economic Indicator 7 – B.C. forest sector capital expenditures ($ million) increased % fromand up % from Wood products manufacturing accounted for % of the total, followed by pulp & paper manufacturing (%) and forestry & logging (%).
Data source: Statistics Canada. The economy of Quebec is diversified and post-industrial with an average potential for growth. Manufacturing and service sectors dominate the economy.
If Quebec were a country, its economy would be ranked the 44th largest in the world just behind Norway. Quebec is also ranked the 21st largest in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and cy: Canadian dollar (CAD). Key economic indicators that are monitored include: Commodity prices; Housing starts; Harvest & production; Exports; Employment & investment; The number and operating status of various types of mills, fibre flow analyses and socio-economic analyses are also provided.
Economic State of. The forest of Québec extends over an area of more than 1, km 2. It forms a living environment that plays a key role in social development, and also supports a range of sporting, leisure, tourist and economic activities. Abstract. This short summary brochure highlights key trends and conditions found in the full “Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Forest Management in Canada - National Status ” report and is valuable reading for policy-makers, decision-makers and individuals who want a brief description of Canada's progress toward sustainable forest management.
Competitiveness in the Québec Forest Industry Legal deposit – Ma 5. Principal findings and areas for improvement.
71 Main findings on the forestry industry’s supply costs and in The forestry sector. 77 APPENDIX 2: Main markets for Québec wood products File Size: 1MB. Canadian Industry Statistics (CIS) analyses industry data on many economic indicators using the most recent data from Statistics looks at industry trends and financial information, such as GDP, Labour Productivity, Manufacturing and Trade data.
Indicators of sustainable forest management to evaluate the socio-economic functions of coppice in Tuscany, Italy. and the possible correlations between the indicators. Moreover, by using principal component analysis (PCA), the correlations between the indicators were analysed, while the ways in which they influenced the examined sites were Author: F.
Riccioli, R. Fratini, E. Marone, C. Fagarazzi, M. Calderisi, G. Brunialti. The contribution of forestry and logging to Canada’s real GDP decreased % between andlikely due to decreased in-forest activity following forest fires and pest infestations.
Gross domestic product (GDP) is the total value of all final goods and services produced annually in a. GDP From Agriculture in Canada decreased to CAD Million in March from CAD Million in February of GDP From Agriculture in Canada averaged CAD Million from untilreaching an all time high of CAD Million in October of and a record low of CAD Million in June of This page provides the latest reported value for - Canada Gdp From.2 Main Accounts of the Bank of Korea and Base Rate.Forest governance in the Province of Quebec 7.
Public engagement in forest management: Consultations on Provincial Objectives Under the Sustainable Forest Development Act, the Consultation Policy gives a voice to the individuals and organizations with an interest in sustainable forest development and forest Size: KB.