Production value of metallic minerals in Canada by mineral 2018

This statistic displays preliminary estimates of the total value of metallic mineral production in Canada in 2018, by type of mineral. During that year, Canada produced approximately 332 million Canadian dollars in value of cobalt. Cobalt is often used in alloys, and as a part of batteries and catalysts.

Metallic mineral production value in Canada in 2018, by mineral (in 1,000 Canadian dollars)*

Production value in thousand Canadian dollars
Antimony11
Bismuth56
Cadmium592
Cobalt332,149
Copper4,495,060
Gold9,590,356
Iron ore4,801,732
Lead54,491
Molybdenum141,136
Nickel2,970,887
Platinum group1,206,948
Selenium2,977
Silver227,507
Uranium266,565
Zinc1,009,482
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Source

Release date

February 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

* Selected minerals; all figures are preliminary estimates.

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