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What are Canada's major exports?

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Canada's major exports are oil and gas, cars, gold and coal. Canada is one of the world's largest exporters of oil, and according to CNN Money, produced 4.3 million barrels of oil a day in 2014.

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Canada's second largest export is cars; the country exports billions of dollars worth of vehicles every year. Gold is Canada's third largest export. Six of the 12 top gold mining companies in the world are Canadian owned and operated. Canada has one of the largest natural reserves of coal in the world and is also the sixth largest propane producer. Other top Canadian exports are lumber, wheat, aircraft, chemical fertilizers and aluminum.

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