Gross Domestic Product, Ontario Economy 2011-2016

GDP figures shown in this table are in millions of chained 2007 dollars.
(NAICS)
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Overall Economy (total GDP at basic prices a)
570,633
578,794
586,913
602,010
617,457
633,509
Goods-Producing Industries (b) (11-33)
134,128
136,103
136,622
139,888
142,289
144,102
Agriculture, forestry, fishing & hunting (11)
4,683
4,689
5,037
5,147
5,325
5,199
Primary Agriculture (111-112, 1151-1152)
3,990
4,002
4,357
4,419
4,528
4,363
Mining and oil and gas extraction (21)
8,071
7,976
8,680
8,533
7,982
7,631
Utilities (other than communications) (22)
12,014
11,542
11,510
11,602
11,278
11,439
Construction (23)
33,891
34,823
35,065
35,604
37,551
38,142
Manufacturing (31-33)
74,958
76,494
75,766
78,440
79,290
80,744
Service-Producing Industries (41-91)
436,209
442,389
449,954
461,770
474,789
488,991

 

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  1. Gross Domestic Product at basic prices is a measure of the unduplicated value of economic production arising within specified geographic boundaries. The value contributed by an industry is the residual derived by deducting the value of goods and services purchased and used in the production process from the value of goods and services produced by that industry.
  2. Goods-producing industries include primary industries, utilities (other than communications), construction and manufacturing. Primary industries include agriculture, fishing & hunting, logging & forestry, and mining, quarrying & oilwells.

Note: Some totals may differ from the sum of their parts as series expressed in chained dollars are not strictly additive.

Reference: Adapted from Statistics Canada, OMAFRA for additional calculations.


Author :  
Anna Staciwa - Statistician/OMAFRA
Last Reviewed :  
06 June 2017
For more information:
E-mail: stats.omafra@ontario.ca