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A monthly and crop year to-date review of grains and wheat flour exported to country of destination. Includes port and sector points of exit.
This report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and section 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities, contains information about the fees that the Canadian Grain Commission had the authority to charge in the 2018 to 2019 fiscal year.
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.
Statistics represent total producer deliveries of Canadian grain to licensed primary and process elevators for the crop year by delivery station.
The purpose of the Fish, Seafood and Production Division is to develop and promote appropriate product and process standards that contribute to the achievement of acceptable quality, safety and identity of fish and seafood products, and to provide reasonable assurance of compliance with these standards.
This data is for Canadian exports only. Provincial and domestic breakdowns of this data are not available. These statistics are provided in csv format and updated every month. Data prior to 2012 is not available for confidentiality reasons.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Maritime Science Branch has collected grain size data from sediment and water column samples using bottle samples, sediment cores, and sediment grabs as part of numerous research projects not only in the Atlantic provinces, but also worldwide. The data collected by DFO focuses on the fine grained (<1mm) particles as these are both a source of food and means of contaminant transport. Grain size data are used to study the fate and distribution of complimentary chemistries like heavy metals, pesticides, hydrocarbons, aquaculture waste as well as a variety of physical processes such as the resuspension and transport of sediment.
Grain size is the most fundamental physical property of sediment, and these data are widely used in a variety of applications in science. Marine expeditions of the Geological Survey of Canada have been collecting grain size information on seabed and sub-seabed samples for over 50 years. Results have been recorded at 5th phi midpoints since the early 1990's in contrast to the earlier full, half or quarter phi interval end point values. Users of high resolution data must note that the sum of %Silt and %Clay equals the total %Mud makeup and that %Gravel, %Sand, %Silt and %Clay sum to 100%.
The Grain Elevators in Canada dataset maps the list of grain elevators in Canada as provided by the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC). The elevators have been located as much as possible to an actual location rather than generalizing to the station name centroid. Additionally car spot information from CN, CP and the grain companies has been added where this has been published.
This dataset attempts to provide a temporal and geographical extent of the grain elevators in Canada.
The Canadian International Merchandise Trade (CIMT) online database offers detailed trade data using the Harmonized System (HS) classification of goods (based on the 6-digit commodity level). In the CIMT, you can select your own variables (e.g., trading partner, province, state, year, month, or other frequency) to create a customized data report.
In general, merchandise trade data are revised on an ongoing basis for each month of the current year.The previous year's customs data are revised with the release of the January and February reference months as well as on a quarterly basis. The previous two years of customs based data are revised annually and are released in February with the December reference month.