Table 7-3a Top Canadian International Merchandise Trade Gateways by Mode:1996 (Excluding Trade With the United States and Mexico)

Table 7-3a
Top Canadian International Merchandise Trade Gateways by Mode:1996 (Excluding Trade With the United States and Mexico)

(Current value in millions of U.S. dollars)

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Port name Exports Imports Total international
(non-North American)
trade,1996
Air      
Toronto-Pearson Int. Air, Ont. 2,940 5,443 8,383
Montréal-Mirabel Int. Air, Que. 1,241 2,289 3,529
Ottawa, Ont. 591 1,384 1,975
Montréal-Dorval Int. Air, Que. 750 394 1,143
Vancouver-Int. Airport, B.C. 451 600 1,051
Calgary, Alta. 304 371 674
Hamilton, Ont. 62 365 427
Granby, Que. 0 248 248
dmonton, Alta. 47 109 156
Winnipeg, Man. 103 1 104
Water Transport      
Vancouver-Marine and Rail, B.C. 12,369 NS 12,369
Montréal-Main Long Room, Que. 4,378 5,695 10,073
Toronto-Main Long Room, Ont. 69 6,014 6,083
Halifax, N.S. 2,419 2,194 4,614
Vancouver-Main Long Room, B.C. 0 4,353 4,353
Nanaimo, B.C. 2,228 1 2,229
Saint John, N.B. 662 1,545 2,207
Québec, Que. 551 1,199 1,751
Sept-Îles, Que. 892 120 1,012
Brampton, Ont. 0 887 887
Road      
Windsor-Ambassador Bridge, Ont. 249 2,274 2,523
Lacolle, Que. 1,287 842 2,129
Fort Erie, Ont. 520 1,225 1,745
Niagara Falls, Ont. 633 971 1,604
Phillipsburg, Que. 0 973 973
Pacific Highway, B.C. 75 797 872
Toronto-Q'way Truck Term, Ont. 0 524 524
Sarnia, Ont. 81 439 520
Lansdowne, Ont. 113 200 313
Coutts, Alta. 29 169 198
Rail      
Fort Erie, Ont. 138 112 250
Toronto-Main Long Room, Ont. 0 236 236
Montréal-Main Long Room, Que. 0 81 81
Sarnia, Ont. 51 10 61
Windsor-Ambassador Bridge, Ont. 48 1 49
Lacolle, Que. 31 11 43
Winnipeg, Man. 0 35 35
Welland, Ont. 0 34 34
Niagara Falls, Ont. 29 2 31
Waneta, B.C. 0 21 21

KEY: NS = Not signficant.

NOTES

Merchandise trade with the United States and Mexico is excluded from this data.

All land modes: Canada export data for all land modes represent transshipments (e.g. trade shipments between Canada and a third country that were transshipped via the United States). Canadian import data are based on the last mode of transport by which the cargo was transported to the port of clearance in Canada.

SOURCE: Statistics Canada. International Trade Division. Special tabulations. (Ottawa, Ont.: 1998).