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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.
"Total landings from marine commercial fishing in Canada were valued at $1.89 billion (932 thousand tonnes) in 2008. This represents a $70 million (-4%) decrease compared to 2007, owing mainly to decreases in the landed value on the Atlantic coast of herring, mackerel and shrimp respectively and, with the exception of sockeye, of salmon species on the Pacific coast."
"Total landings from marine commercial fishing in Canada have reached a value of $1.9 billion (1.1 million tonnes) in 2006. This translates into a $197 million (-9%) decrease compared to 2005, owing mainly to the snow crab price drop as well as lower prices for herring, clams, Pacific geoduck and Pacific Dungeness crab."
"Total landings from marine commercial fishing have reached a value of $2.1bn (1.1 million tonnes) in 2005. This translates into a $164m (-7%) decrease compared to 2004, owing mainly to the snow crab price drop as well as lower prices for scallop, salmon, and Pacific Dungeness crab."