Industrial Gross Domestic Product by Industry
  1990   2011 2012 2013 2014
Total Gross Domestic Product (million $2007)a,b 291,399   403,036 411,331 417,917 432,132

Gross Domestic Product by Industry (million $2007)a,b
Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Mines 12,823   11,286 11,186 11,484 11,845
Iron Mines 2,184   1,531 1,607 1,699 1,871
Gold and Silver Mines 3,802   1,696 1,707 2,125 2,360
Other Metal Mines 1,583   1,645 1,749 1,495 1,827
Salt Mines 200   276 240 261 280
Potash Mines 773   1,319 1,084 1,186 1,244
Other Non-Metal Mines 205   1,267 1,165 1,258 1,380
Upstream Mining 61,829   104,299 101,988 105,255 111,386
Fruit and Vegetable Industries 1,305   1,969 2,003 1,977 1,983
Dairy Products Industry 2,827   2,674 2,719 2,833 2,829
Meat Products Industries 3,990   6,311 5,682 5,492 5,680
Bakery Products Industries 1,692   2,454 2,383 2,352 2,511
Beverage Industries (excluding breweries) 1,337   2,298 2,391 2,432 2,504
Breweries Industries 3,250   2,813 2,863 2,836 2,883
Tobacco Products Industries 3,891   862 865 869 829
Textile Mills 1,674   747 749 670 720
Textile Products Mills 926   564 565 506 543
Clothing Industries 3,473   1,405 1,428 1,425 1,469
Leather and Allied Products Industries 678   176 179 179 184
Wood Products Industries 3,173   3,339 3,450 3,640 3,780
Pulp Mills 912   1,126 988 1,000 1,037
Paper Mills (except newsprint) 1,401   1,371 1,203 1,218 1,263
Newsprint Mills 2,219   1,408 1,236 1,250 1,297
Paperboard Mills 755   532 467 472 490
Other Pulp and Paper Manufacturing 3,026   2,891 3,038 2,859 3,011
Converted Paper Products Industry 2,810   2,891 3,038 2,859 3,011
Printing and Related Support Activities 7,058   4,471 4,437 4,461 4,420
Petroleum Refining 5,415   5,617 5,800 5,821 5,678
Petrochemical Industry 811   652 630 646 680
Industrial Gas Industry 140   320 309 317 333
Alkali and chlorine manufacturing 361   69 67 69 63
All other basic inorganic chemical manufacturing 341   659 689 653 657
Chemical fertilizer (except potash) manufacturing 738   662 609 681 634
Other Chemical Manufacturing 630   821 741 814 898
Resin and Synthetic Rubber Industries 576   1,493 1,484 1,809 1,823
Motor Vehicle Plastic Parts Manufacturing  549   1,642 1,696 1,788 1,842
Rubber Products Industries 1,051   1,544 1,538 1,505 1,501
Cement Industry 906   932 958 921 969
Iron and Steel 3,673   3,900 4,124 4,044 4,473
Primary Production of Alumina and Aluminum 1,007   3,500 3,357 3,153 3,114
Other Non-Ferrous Smelting and Refining 2,906   4,308 4,186 4,155 4,079
Fabricated Metal Products Industries 8,257   12,547 13,466 12,957 13,241
Machinery Industries 7,643   13,678 14,248 14,119 14,420
Computer and Electronic Products Industries 3,600   7,149 6,271 5,745 5,950
Electrical Equipment and Components Industries 4,240   3,773 3,723 3,811 3,717
Motor Vehicle Industry 5,894   7,789 8,870 8,582 8,801
Motor Vehicle Gasoline Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing 965   1,359 1,527 1,486 1,612
Motor Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Equipment Manufacturing 223   307 345 335 364
Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components (except Spring) Manufacturing 273   517 580 565 613
Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing  365   300 337 328 356
Motor Vehicle Transmission and Power Train Parts Manufacturing  610   508 571 556 603
Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing 463   978 1,098 1,069 1,160
Motor Vehicle Metal Stamping  649   1,039 1,167 1,136 1,232
Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing  785   1,450 1,628 1,585 1,719
Furniture and Related Products Industries 3,746   4,082 4,084 4,319 4,439
Miscellaneous Manufacturing  2,402   3,936 3,746 4,281 4,212
Other Manufacturing n.e.c. 23,714   39,322 40,260 40,894 43,064
Construction 72,696   109,208 117,567 120,026 121,668
Forestry 5,974   5,355 5,245 5,653 5,580

Sources:

a) Statistics Canada, Gross domestic product (GDP) at basic prices, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) CANSIM (Table 379-0031), Ottawa, 2016. Data prior to 1997 were estimated by Canadian Industrial Energy-End Use Data and Analysis Centre, 1990 to 2014, Simon Fraser University, 2016 and Natural Resources Canada.
b) Canadian Industrial Energy End-Use Data and Analysis Centre, Development of Energy Intensity Indicators for Canadian Industry 1990 to 2014, Simon Fraser University, 2016.