What Is the Main Export of Canada?

As of 2013, the main products exported by Canada were mineral fuels and oil, which account for 26.1 percent of the country's total exports. An overall revenue of $457.9 billion was earned by the country from its export market alone in 2013.

Canada's main trading partners include the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Netherlands, Japan, China, France, South Korea and Brazil. In 2013, Canada exported a total of $332.1 billion to its largest export trading partner, the United States. Other goods exported by Canada include automobiles except streetcars and trains, machinery, precious metals and coins, aircraft along with spacecraft equipment, aluminum, paper, and plastics.