Area planted (ha) from 1981 to 1997, by province


Year B.C.a Alta.b Ont.c Que.c N.B. Otherd Canada

1981

66 605

5 495

38 159

15 875

22 121

13 237

161 492

1982

82 795

5 398

38 040

17 120

22 458

13 612

162 303

1983

94 726

7 547

48 772

19 834

19 985

14 626

185 656

1984

100 032

13 795

63 354

30 960

19 406

14 510

211 097

1985

101 442

9 229

72 678

42 716

19 453

19 323

222 125

1986

115 739

14 699

73 857

65 584

20 517

19 453

244 265

1987

169 002

13 279

75 158

81 147

18 916

24 570

300 925

1988

169 485

18 658

83 712

107 415

19 123

31 246

322 224

1989

174 310

24 254

85 287

116 452

20 272

26 579

330 702

1990

209 168

25 475f

80 840

110 595

22 079

27 360

339 447

1991

199 422

32 383f

83 917

103 714

19 497

26 744

329 580

1992

184 922

36 930f

71 792

97 189

16 526

25 674

298 914

1993

190 176

34 924f

73 684

84 491

13 089

21 903

417 863f

1994

216 811

48 726e

73 880e

77 480f

15 399

24 585

456 881f

1995

206 473

51 162f

64 732e

70 783f

16 162e

25 420

434 732f

1996

189 322

41 412f

72 899f

73 002e

15 919

25 636

418 190f

1997

188 474

45 343f

72 784

73 697e

19 963

33 565g

433 826g


  1. Crown land only.
  2. From 1981 to 1985, an additional 41 429 ha were planted under a special stand conversion program.
  3. Aerial seeding, a large component of seeding/planting activities, is not accounted for in these statistics.
  4. Includes Nfld., P.E.I., N.S., Man., Sask., and N.W.T.
  5. Includes Nfld., and Yukon.
  6. Revised.
  7. Estimate by provincial or territorial forestry agency.

Data source: Canadian Council of Forest Ministers, 1998.

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