Wood Supply - Quick Facts
Wood Supply
Quick Facts
(000 net merchantable cubic metres)
Jurisdiction
Latest Period Calculated
Regulated Harvest
Unregulated Harvesta
Total
Newfoundland and Labrador
2006-2010
      765.7
a
      416.2
a
    1 182.0
a
Prince Edward Island
2001-2012
       40.0
e
      420.0
e
      460.0
e
Nova Scotia
2006-2013
    1 400.0
e
    6 900.0
e
    8 300.0
e
New Brunswick
2007-2013
    5 304.7
e
    3 749.3
e
    9 054.0
e
Quebec
2005-2007
   28 740.9
p
   11 968.8
p
   40 709.7
p
Ontariob
2013-2014
30 308.9
a
         ..
 
30 308.9
a
Manitoba
2011-2013
    8 210.6
e
      603.7
e
    8 814.3
e
Saskatchewan
2013-2014
    8 251.1
a
          -
 
    8 251.1
a
Alberta
2012-2013
   31 156.3
p
         ..
 
   31 156.3
p
British Columbia
2013-2013
   78 297.6
a
         ..
 
   78 297.6
a
Yukon
2010-2012
      187.0
e
          -
 
      187.0
e
Northwest Territories
1990-2013
        ...
 
        ...
 
        ...
 
*a
Including federal lands
*b
Ontario does not determine an Annual Allowable Cut (AAC) in either area or volume. Area regulation is used to determine the level of harvest in hectares for a five year term (usually). It is calculated for each management unit within the context of a forest management plan (FMP). For the purpose of NFDP reporting, the area and volume figures provided are estimates of an average annual area and volume available for harvest based on all FMPs in the province.
Source: National Forestry Database.
Updated:  2015-02-04

 

Symbols Used
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Figures not appropriate or not applicable
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Figures not available
--
Amount too small to be expressed
-
Nil or zero
p
Preliminary figures
r
Revised figures
e
Estimated by provincial or territorial forestry agency
E
Estimated by the Canadian Forest Service or by Statistics Canada

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Wood Supply Quick Facts, 2013