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At head of title: Canada. Dept. of Mines Mines Branch.. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. The production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year [microform] Item PreviewPages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: McLeish, John, Production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year Ottawa: Govt. Print. The production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year [electronic resource] / By John McLeish and Canada. Mines Branch. "No. "Electronic of access: Internet.4 Topics: Coke, Charbon, Coal mines and mining. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year Ottawa: F.A. Acland, (OCoLC)
A record of the monthly production of these three classes of coal in Alberta will be found m the section of this report dealing with that Province. A record of the monthly production of coal during a part of the year is also given hereunder. Konthly Production of Coal in Canada by ProTinces, (IN SHORT TONS.) Month. January. Mines Branch: The production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt. Print. Bureau, ), also by John McLeish (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Canada. Mines Branch: The production of coal and coke in Canada during the calendar year [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt. Series 3: Labour disputes correspondence. -- , -- cm of textual records. -- The series is from the Western Coal Operators' Association/Western Canada Coal Operators' Association and the Western Canada Bituminous Coal Operators' is arranged chronologically and include the names of various mines and. Get Price. Coal is by far Canada’s most abundant fossil fuel, with billion tonnes of recoverable coal reserves. Canada has anthracite, bituminous, sub-bituminous, and lignite coal deposits. More than 90% of Canada’s coal deposits are located in western provinces, which provides a strategic advantage because of the close proximity of west coast ports.
The urgent need for coal during the war period, and the necessity for obtaining production almost regardless of cost, has created difficult problems for our continuing peacetime coal industry. As a help in solving these problems the government, in , appointed a Royal Commission on Coal, to report on all aspects of the problems relating to coal. In tracing its history Sheppard shows the changes in methods of production and in the racial character of the population; she pictures early mob violence, the activities of coal and iron police, and the conditions that led to union organization in the ally published in A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring. Rate this book. Clear rating. The Production of Coal and Coke in Canada During the Calendar Year The Production of Iron and Steel in Canada: During the Calendar Year avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions. Want to Read saving /5(10). A view of the booming International Coal and Coke Company Ltd. at Coleman, ca. ; increased demand for steam coal during the war years led to greater production within the industry. Source: Glenbow Archives, NC The discovery of a major oil deposit at Leduc, Alberta, foreshadows a decline in the province’s coal production.