There are numerous opportunities for Canadian companies in global markets. Often the exporting process can seem overwhelming, due to the amount of paperwork and the number of different rules and regulations that you need to consider. This document provides you with the guidance that you need to navigate this process and start selling your goods around the world.
Find Canadian and foreign trade statistics and other data on international trade. You can use this information to help you identify opportunities to export your goods and services abroad or to replace goods and services that are currently imported into Canada.
This report focuses on recent trends in Canadian electricity exports and imports, and the associated revenue and pricing, in the context of the major developments in electricity markets in Canada and the United States over the past decade. This includes discussion of some of the issues and implications of electricity trade for consumers and the electricity industry. “Exports” and “imports” refer to international transfers of electricity, recognizing that from a provincial standpoint, exports and imports may also include interprovincial transfers.
In July 2009, the NEB published a report entitled 2009 Reference Case Scenario: Canadian Energy Demand and Supply to 2020. This report is an update and extension of the Reference Case analysis undertaken in the 2007 report entitled Canada’s Energy Future: Reference Case and Scenarios to 2030. These Reference Cases are baseline projections, which examine energy supply and demand trends in Canada and are based on a macroeconomic outlook, energy prices and government programs in place at the time of analysis.
Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources
A list of permits / licenses required to participate in forestry activities, including commercial and domestic cutting and mill operation, buring operation,and timber exportation, scaling, and purchasing.