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Get to know the main manufacturing industries in Canada

23 March, 2022

Get to know the main manufacturing industries in Canada

Want to learn more about Canada's top industries? Here are the main manufacturing industries in Canada, by province:

ALBERTA
is home to 63% of all manufacturing facilities in Canada, with mining, gas, oil and machinery employing 9.5% of the local workforce.


BRITISH COLUMBIA
is one of Canada's largest wood production centres, employing 9.7%  of the province’s workforce.


MANITOBA
Is the biggest meat producer in Canada, employing 13.4% of the workforce.


NEW BRUNSWICK
Employs more than 1/4 of the local workforce in the seafood production sector!


NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
Has even more expressive numbers for seafood production: the industry employs more than half of their population - 56.8% of the workforce!


ONTARIO
Has one of the biggest automobile manufacturing industries, producing 59.3% of all cars in Canada. Ford, Chrysler, General Motors, Toyota are some of the manufacturers there.


QUEBEC
23.7% of all aircraft engines and parts are manufactured in the province, employing 6.5% of the local workforce.


SASKATCHEWAN
Is the farming centre of Canada, which owns a huge 41% of arable land that produces rye, oats, wheat and barley, employing 26.5% of the province’s workforce.

 
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