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Domestic economic impact (Alberta)

2010 2011 2012
Direct jobs (LFS) (number) 17,000 21,400 18,700
Forestry and logging industry 1,500 1,000 600
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 3,900 6,000 2,500
Support activities for forestry industry 1,500 1,600 2,400
Wood product manufacturing industry 10,100 12,000 12,600
Direct jobs (SEPH) (number) 15,642 16,649 18,400
Forestry and logging industry 2,237 2,302 2,515
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 2,886 2,632 2,665
Support activities for forestry industry 1,272 1,271 1,135
Wood product manufacturing industry 9,247 10,444 12,085
Expenditures – capital (dollars) 184,900,000 301,800,000 364,100,000
Forestry and logging industry 23,500,000 24,100,000 26,900,000
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 84,300,000 188,500,000 165,700,000
Wood product manufacturing industry 77,100,000 89,200,000 171,500,000
Housing starts (SAAR) 27,088 25,704 33,396
Revenue from goods manufactured (dollars) 4,946,721,000    
Forestry and logging industry 715,012,000 867,074,000  
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 1,804,049,000    
Converted paper product manufacturing      
Pulp, paper and paperboard mills      
Wood product manufacturing industry 2,427,660,000 2,417,466,000  
Other wood product manufacturing 742,268,000 828,823,000  
Sawmills and wood preservation 1,083,286,000 1,046,974,000  
Veneer, plywood and engineered wood product manufacturing 602,106,000 541,669,000  
Wages and salaries (dollars) 826,621,000    
Forestry and logging industry 114,352,000 134,926,000  
Pulp and paper product manufacturing industry 204,584,000    
Wood product manufacturing industry 507,685,000 524,468,000