Want to learn more about Canada's top industries? Here are the main manufacturing industries in Canada, by province:
is home to 63% of all manufacturing facilities in Canada, with mining, gas, oil and machinery employing 9.5% of the local workforce.
is one of Canada's largest wood production centres, employing 9.7% of the province’s workforce.
Is the biggest meat producer in Canada, employing 13.4% of the workforce.
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!
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.
23.7% of all aircraft engines and parts are manufactured in the province, employing 6.5% of the local workforce.
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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