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Canada is the world’s fifth largest producer of natural gas and accounts for around five per cent of global production. Natural gas production in Canada is predominantly from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. Canadian natural gas supply currently exceeds domestic consumption. Canada’s natural gas markets are heavily integrated with those of the United States and Canada exports its surplus natural gas to the U.S., while importing smaller amounts from the U.S. into Central Canada.
Canadian natural gas consumption is highly variable and is dependent on weather. While Canada is the world’s fifth largest producer of natural gas, production is centralized in Western Canada (primarily in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan). Eastern Canada is connected to production sources via pipelines. In addition to pipeline flows (inter-provincial or to the U.S.), Canada also imports natural gas in liquefied form (LNG), and to a lesser extent exports LNG.
This dataset contains a list of the regulatory instruments issued by the Canada Energy Regulator authorizing electricity exports since 1 August 2008, including related amending orders, revocations, and errata. Note: this dataset does not include amendments and revocations issued since 1 August 2008 that relate to regulatory instruments issued prior to
1 August 2008.
This entry brings together more than 30-years of Canada’s energy import and export data updated on a quarterly basis. Energy import and export data for electricity, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids and refined petroleum products is included. The data provided below is what is used in the visualization tool on the National Energy Board website. The source code for the visualization tool is also available.
This report provides information and statistics on the import and export of controlled goods to and from Canada during a given calendar year.
Outlines the limited circumstances under which Health Canada would consider the import or export of cannabis.
This policy provides general information to any person – an individual or an organization that is involved in the import, export or transhipment of consumer products and cosmetics for commercial purposes.
Importing and exporting health products is regulated under the Food and Drugs Act and its associated Regulations. Some health products may also have additional restrictions placed on them by other Acts and Regulations.
This guidance document provides information about how to ensure that the health products you bring into Canada for commercial use meet the regulatory requirements of the Food and Drugs Act (Act) and its associated Regulations at the time of import. The guidance also provides information about exporting health products from Canada for commercial use.
The Canada Energy Regulator regulates the export of refined petroleum products. Holders of export authorizations report monthly statistics on export activities.
This dataset provides historical export volumes of refined petroleum products (by year and month), and by product.