Amount of Trade:
-second most important partner
-seven per cent of Canada’s exports
-five per cent of Canada’s imports
Canada’s Exports:
-lumber, forest products, minerals
Canada’s Imports:
-manufactured goods
-stereos, televisions, other consumer items
Methods of Transportation:
-ship, plane

Japan is Canada’s second most important trading partner. Approximately seven per cent of Canadian export goods go to Japan and five per cent of Canada’s imports come from Japan. Canada’s biggest exports to Japan are lumber, forest products, and minerals. Canada imports manufactured goods from Japan which include stereos, televisions, and other household items. Goods travel between the two countries by plane and ship. Next