Lead reserves in Canada 1980-2017

This statistic shows Canada's lead reserves from 1980 to 2017, in thousand metric tons. In 2017, Canada's lead reserves amounted to 165,000 metric tons, down from reserves of 9.6 million metric tons in 1980.

Lead reserves in Canada from 1988 to 2017 (in 1,000 metric tons)*

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Release date

February 2020



Survey time period

1988 to 2017

Supplementary notes

* Metal contained in proven and probable mineable ore in operating mines and deposits committed to production.
No allowance is made for losses in milling, smelting and refining. Excludes material classified as “resources.” Includes metal in mines where production has been suspended temporarily.
** Preliminary.
Note: One metric ton (t) = 1.1023113 short tons = 32 150.746 troy oz

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