Manufactures of the Non-metallic Minerals in Canada
Statistics of production, capital, employment, etc. for the manufacturing plants in Canada which use non-metallic minerals as the principal raw materials. Includes data for asbestos products, cement and cement products, coke and gas, glass, lime, petroleum products, products from domestic and imported clays, salt, sand-lime brick, stone products, artificial abrasives and abrasive products, gypsum products, and miscellaneous non-metallic mineral products.
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