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Annual data on civil aviation employment and fuel consumption. Details on employment include the average number of employees, and wages and salaries expenses, by category of employment (total, average number of employees, pilots and co-pilots, other flight personnel, general management and administration employees, maintenance personnel, aircraft and traffic servicing personnel, and all other employees). Details on fuel consumption include the consumption quantity, and the consumption expenses, by fuel type (total, fuel and oil, turbo fuel, gasoline, and all other fuel and oil). Data are for Canadian air carriers, Levels I and II combined, Level III, and Levels I to III combined.
Datasets provide model-specific fuel consumption ratings and estimated carbon dioxide emissions for new light-duty vehicles for retail sale in Canada. To help you compare vehicles from different model years, the fuel consumption ratings for 1995 to 2014 vehicles have been adjusted to reflect the improved testing that is more representative of everyday driving. Note that these are approximate values that were generated from the original ratings, not from vehicle testing. For more information on fuel consumption testing, visit: https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/transportation-alternative-fuels/fuel-consumption-guide/understanding-fuel-consumption-ratings/fuel-consumption-testing/21008.
Annual railway industry diesel fuel consumption (freight, passenger, yard switching and work train diesel and total cost of diesel fuel).
Quarterly civil aviation financial statistics (total, operating revenue for scheduled and charter services both separately and combined, passenger revenue and goods revenue for both scheduled and charter services, all other operating revenue, total, operating expenses, turbo fuel expenses, wages, salaries and benefits paid, all other operating expenses, net income (loss), operating income (loss), non-operating income (loss) and average number of employees. Data are for Canadian air carriers, Levels I and II combined. All data are expressed in thousands of dollars, except for the average number of employees, which is expressed in full.
Railway industry diesel fuel consumption by area (Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario, etc.).
Canadian passenger bus and urban transit industries, fuel consumption (diesel, gasoline, other fuel and electricity), by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) (urban transit, interurbain and rural, school and employee, charter bus and sightseeing and other transit-shuttle).
Data presented at the national level by refined petroleum product (motor gasoline, heavy fuel oil, diesel fuel oil, etc) and disposition (production of saleable products, net sales and closing inventory).
These datasets contain information about oil, gas and electricity in Ontario. Specifically, this information includes but is not limited to fuel and electricity prices, energy consumption and conservation, and energy supply and demand. This dataset includes supporting information for the Ontario Energy Quarterly Oil & Gas and Electricity reports. To view supplemental charts and more information about how we use this dataset, go to the electricity report and the oil and gas report.
Data presented at the national and provincial levels by source (utilities, etc.) and fuel type (coal, natural gas, diesel and light fuel oil, etc.). Not all combinations are available.
Data presented on petroleum products and renewable fuel by supply and disposition characteristics (e.g., production, exports, inventories, domestic consumption). Not all combinations are available.