Forest revenue (’000 $)a,b from 81/82 to 97/98, by region


Year

Cariboo

Kamloops

Nelson

P. George

P. Rupert

Vancouver

Victoria

TOTALS


81/82c

9 152

7 783

4 715

13 933

16 453

50 971

5 278

108 285

82/83d

4 492

3 623

3 114

12 660

13 848

44 128

6 756

88 621

83/84d

8 700

10 574

6 943

12 889

18 489

74 508

6 336

138 439

84/85

12 036

16 024

10 764

29 474

31 630

87 383

1 191

188 502

85/86

13 882

19 872

12 913

30 684

27 736

103 995

1 178

210 260

86/87

16 700

17 887

11 329

48 419

23 993

127 879

1 186

247 393

87/88

37 159

44 367

28 587

110 350

58 441

257 147

1 570

537 621

88/89

46 258

66 949

40 777

171 620

63 259

231 722

3 057

623 642

89/90

60 774

53 197

42 376

175 753

72 853

244 536

2 102

651 591

90/91e

50 229

51 177

30 914

145 945

71 959

214 205

8 740

573 169

91/92f

58 544

70 101

30 554

154 476

58 851

226 979

8 413

607 918

92/93

78 555

84 956

38 739g

189 385

74 954

242 174

2 428

672 452

93/94

110 928

123 559

57 000g

318 730

112 358

294 000

8 426

968 001

94/95h

235 719

221 419

97 055

591 811

235 584

499 108

3 767

1 884 463

95/96h

188 404

205 700

90 294

462 208

195 994

519 200

3 714

1 665 513

96/97h

246 140

230 744

112 021

561 572

206 664

493 598

1 237

1 851 978

97/98h

223 489

226 838

96 039

590 999

202 396

454 960

2 190

1 796 912


  1. Forest Revenue is a varied cumulation of stumpage, rents and fees, Small Business Forest Enterprise Program (87/88 to current), timber royalties (up to 94/95), export fees, scaling fees (up to 94/95), range fees, interest, and miscellaneous/other. Forest revenue from 1981/82 through 1983/84 is reported net of Section 88 credits against stumpage while revenue from 1984/85 through 1987/88 is reported before deduction of credits.
  2. All stumpage data are based on an modified or full accrual accounting system. Stumpage equals 96% of total revenue.
  3. Includes forest revenue from forest protection agreements, recoveries of $3.5 million from the B.C.–Canada Subsidiary Agreement on Intensive Forest Management and other miscellaneous expenses.
  4. Includes forest revenue from forest protection agreements, recoveries of $5.0 million from B.C.–Canada Subsidiary Agreement on Intensive Forest Management and other miscellaneous expenses.
  5. Victoria had interest adjustments for the year due to a reversal related to prior fiscal year. Victoria includes $7.0 million in seedling sales under the Sustainable Environment Fund.
  6. Victoria includes $6.5 million for “seedling trades” to the Sustainable Environment Fund of which $4.1 million was transferred from the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program. Nelson includes $0.1 million from Downie Street Sawmills to the Forest Stand Management Fund. Cariboo includes a charge of $0.1 million, which should have been to stumpage.
  7. Miscellaneous revenue in the Nelson Forest Region includes $0.2 million from Downie St. Sawmills to the Forest Stand Management Fund.
  8. Royalties were changed to stumpage and scaling fees were eliminated on May 1, 1994 as part of the increased stumpage rate structure. Stumpage revenue includes funds that are transferred to Forest Renewal BC under the BC Forest Renewal Act.

Data source: MoF annual reports.

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