What does Canada Export And Import?

What countries does canada export stuff too and what countries does it get imports from ? What kind of exports and imports ?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Canada is one of the few developed nations that are net exporters of energy. Atlantic Canada has vast offshore deposits of natural gas and large oil and gas resources are centred in Alberta.

    In Quebec, British Columbia, Newfoundland & Labrador, New Brunswick, Ontario, Manitoba, and Yukon, hydroelectricity is a cheap and clean source of renewable energy.

    Canada is one of the world's most important suppliers of agricultural products, with the Canadian Prairies one of the most important suppliers of wheat, canola, and other grains.

    Canada is the world's largest producer of zinc and uranium and a world leader in many other natural resources such as gold, nickel, aluminium, and lead.

    Canada imports most of the necessary items from the U.S.

    Items such as:

    fruits/vegetables, crude petroleum, energy products, metals, chemicals, plastics, aircraft machinery, cars and car parts.

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    5 years ago

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  • 3 years ago

    In order to answer this question, i have analyzed such network markets as Export Portal (exportportal.com). Most of all, Canada is famous for exporting electricity and electronic devices, crude oil and several types of consumer goods, such as paper products, footwear, umbrellas, glass and glassware, ceramic products, musical instruments, clocks and watches. The country allows the importation of pearls, base metals, machinery, clocks, arms, ammunition and works of art. Canada imports silk, wool, cotton, carpets and other textile floor coverings, as well as laminated fabrics and industrial textiles, knitted or crocheted fabric, woven clothing and other apparel.

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  • 4 years ago

    Canada exports and imports materials and minerals like metal, nickel and iron. They sometimes export aircraft and transportation equipment, electrical equipment and industrial items like machinery and consumer goods. They also export paper and paperboards.

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  • 4 years ago

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  • 4 years ago

    Canada is one of the top ten worldwide destinations for Made in Italy food & beverage exports. Italy is Canada's top EU agri-food supplier and Canada's 4th largest worldwide food & wine supplier after the US, Mexico and China. Italy's agri-food supplies to Canada, excluding alcoholic beverages, rank 7th globally. The European Union has three certification systems in place to protect original EU foods and wines: DOP (Protected Designation of Origin); IGP (Protected Geographical Indication); and TSG (Traditional Specialty Guarantee) which refer to geographical origin and the highest standards of traditional modes of production. Italy is home to 25 per cent of all certified European DOP products. The purpose of DOP, IGP and TSG certifications is to safeguard traditional regional foods, to promote rural and agricultural development, and protect original foods from unfair competition. The certifications help consumers discern between original products and imitations.

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