Canadian International Merchandise Trade Database

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Merchandise imports and exports between "Canada" and "World", by Harmonized System section, customs basis, year-to-date 2020
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Total merchandise trade 433,933,488,692 40,835,629,694 495,479,875,595
I - Live animals and animal products. 15,549,602,734 134,207,009 6,693,081,612
II - Vegetable products 28,187,130,256 576,162,461 15,734,778,596
III - Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their cleavage products; prepared edible fats; animal or vegetable waxes. 4,126,999,915 64,328,548 1,302,922,011
IV - Prepared foodstuffs; beverages, spirits and vinegar; tobacco and manufactures tobacco substitutes. 19,217,117,204 395,016,549 24,768,451,883
V - Mineral products 96,669,139,316 87,054,867 29,597,297,487
VI - Products of the chemical or allied industries. 31,684,049,293 2,712,093,331 51,409,687,076
VII - Plastics and articles thereof; rubber and articles thereof. 17,703,801,367 800,373,564 26,599,097,814
VIII - Raw hides and skins, leather, furskins and articles thereof; saddlery and harness; travel goods, handbags and similar containers; articles of animal gut (other than silk-worm gut). 308,972,315 128,991,009 1,774,084,376
IX - Wood and articles of wood; wood charcoal; cork and articles of cork; manufactures of straw, of esparto or of other plaiting materials; basketware and wickerwork. 16,144,024,279 144,083,998 3,451,132,513
X - Pulp of wood or of other fibrous cellulosic material; recovered (waste and scrap) paper or paperboard. 14,676,331,705 150,711,365 9,381,228,378
XI - Textiles and Textile Articles 2,488,684,169 790,189,261 18,801,990,470
XII - Footwear, headgear, umbrellas, sun umbrellas, walking-sticks, seat-sticks, whips, riding-crops and parts thereof; prepared feathers and articles made therewith; artificial flowers; articles of human hair. 131,269,551 132,130,071 2,852,225,504
XIII - Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials; ceramic products; glass and glassware. 1,979,850,180 267,337,900 5,934,731,458
XIV - Natural or cultured pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal and articles thereof; imitation jewellery; coin. 27,149,694,332 536,443,089 21,294,287,320
XV - Base metals and articles of base metal 32,694,766,248 1,338,596,435 30,635,269,858
XVI - Machinery and mechanical appliances; electrical equipment; parts thereof; sound recorders and reproducers, television image and sound recorders and reproducers, and parts and accessories of such articles. 40,887,516,501 7,946,386,934 122,893,479,737
XVII - Vehicles, aircraft, vessels and associated transport equipment. 63,655,976,929 3,957,908,358 79,310,310,328
XVIII - Optical, photographic, cinematographic, measuring, checking, precision, medical or surgical instruments and apparatus; clocks and watches; musical instruments; parts and accessories thereof. 6,761,122,033 1,202,999,138 14,620,377,839
XIX - Arms and ammunition; parts and accessories thereof. 325,347,840 20,112,208 417,839,353
XX - Miscellaneous manufactured articles 7,196,786,577 891,081,310 16,922,915,523
XXI - Works of art, collectors' pieces and antiques. 6,395,305,948 18,559,422,289 11,084,686,459

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NOTE:  Arms Export Statistics
There are two different sets of statistics on arms exports published by the Government of Canada. The two sets of statistics are collected from different databases, are used for different purposes, and are not compatible.
The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD) compiles and releases an annual “Report on the Export of Military Goods from Canada,” which provides statistics on the export of goods and technology identified on the “Munitions List” section of Canada’s Export Control List (ECL). Items on the “Munitions List” are used mostly by military and police forces for reasons of defence and security.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Statistics Canada collect information on ALL items exported from Canada, and classify these items using categories negotiated by the World Customs Organization (WCO). The WCO chapter on “Arms and Ammunition” includes some items that appear on the “Munitions List.” However, it also includes items not on the “Munitions List” (for example, paintballs, ammunition used to frighten birds at airports, flare guns, and certain equipment for oil and gas exploration). CBSA and Statistics Canada information is made available on Industry Canada’s website as “Trade Data Online” and on Statistics Canada’s website as the “Canadian International Merchandise Trade Database.”
For further details, please refer to Notes on Trade of Arms and Ammunition

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