Annex A: Summary Tables

Annex A.1 Origin of All Licensed Anglers, by Angler Category and Jurisdiction, 2010
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents All Anglers
Newfoundland and Labrador1 71,382 4,007 865 4,872 76,254
Prince Edward Island 6,779 1,381 520 1,901 8,680
Nova Scotia 62,143 1,339 630 1,969 64,112
New Brunswick 61,226 2,156 4,127 6,283 67,509
Quebec2 734,848 .. .. .. 734,848
Ontario 1,116,163 31,351 313,446 344,797 1,460,960
Manitoba 140,873 11,844 17,784 29,628 170,501
Saskatchewan 156,920 26,764 10,915 37,679 194,599
Alberta 238,789 8,885 4,357 13,242 252,031
British Columbia Freshwater 280,709 35,417 22,437 57,854 338,563
British Columbia Tidal Waters 181,469 29,480 34,623 64,103 245,572
Yukon 8,380 3,544 3,217 6,761 15,141
Northwest Territories 5,008 4,436 1,302 5,738 10,746
Nunavut3 659 .. .. 751 1,410
Canada 3,065,348 160,604 414,223 575,578 3,640,926

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Due to licensing limitations, the number of resident anglers reflects the number of active anglers only.
2. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
3. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.2 Number of active anglers, by angler category and jurisdiction, 2010
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents All Anglers
Newfoundland and Labrador1 71,382 3,654 799 4,454 75,836
Prince Edward Island 6,413 1,381 520 1,901 8,314
Nova Scotia 55,951 1,206 598 1,804 57,756
New Brunswick 52,770 2,134 4,087 6,221 58,991
Quebec2 711,610 .. .. .. 711,610
Ontario 924,549 29,783 308,211 337,994 1,262,542
Manitoba 130,224 11,461 17,630 29,091 159,315
Saskatchewan 142,550 25,886 10,802 36,689 179,238
Alberta 223,007 8,239 4,161 12,400 235,407
British Columbia Freshwater 236,682 27,627 21,857 49,485 286,167
British Columbia Tidal Waters 166,824 28,004 33,333 61,337 228,162
Yukon 6,755 3,469 2,847 6,315 13,070
Northwest Territories 4,500 4,273 1,242 5,514 10,014
Nunavut3 545 .. .. 636 1,181
Canada 2,733,762 147,116 406,088 553,841 3,287,603

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Due to licensing limitations, the number of resident anglers reflects the number of active anglers only.
2. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
3. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.3 Number and average age of active anglers, by gender and jurisdiction, 2010
Jurisdiction Anglers Males Average Females Average
Newfoundl and and Labrador 75,835 49,376 54 26,460 51
Prince Edward Island 8,314 7,555 49 760 52
Nova Scotia 57,755 52,786 52 4,970 47
New Brunswick 58,991 50,378 51 8,614 47
Quebec2 711,610 466,068 53 245,542 50
Ontario 1,262,543 997,023 50 265,519 45
Manitoba 159,315 123,209 51 36,106 46
Saskatchewan 179,238 126,452 49 52,786 46
Alberta 235,408 181,579 45 53,827 44
British Columbia Freshwater 286,167 231,953 51 54,214 48
British Columbia Tidal Waters 228,162 181,681 53 46,481 50
Yukon 13,068 10,485 51 2,586 45
Northwest Territories 10,013 8,193 47 1,821 42
Nunavut3 1,184 942 45 239 39
Canada 3,287,603 2,487,679 51 799,924 47

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Due to licensing limitations, the number of resident anglers reflects the number of active anglers only.
2. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
3. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.4 Origin of all licensed non-resident anglers in Canada, 20101
Province/State/Country of Origin Number %
Canadian Provinces/Territories:
  Maritimes 6,487 1.1
  Quebec 12,857 2.2
  Ontario 16,692 2.9
  Prairies 111,186 19.3
  British Columbia 10,728 1.9
  Territories 2,653 0.5
Sub-total: Canadian Provinces/Territories 160,605 27.9
United States:
  New England 7,495 1.3
  Mid Atlantic 57,956 10.1
  East North Central 133,129 23.1
  West North Central 117,060 20.3
  Mountain 16,666 2.9
  Pacific 40,283 7.0
  South Atlantic 17,464 3.0
  East South Central 5,738 1.0
  West South Central 10,387 1.8
  Alaska 837 0.1
  Hawaii 146 0.0
Other Countries:
  United Kingdom 1,748 0.3
  Other Europe 3,828 0.7
  Mex.,C.A.,S.A.,Caribbean2 14 0.0
  Africa 15 0.0
  Asia 120 0.0
  Australia/Pacific Region 432 0.1
  Other countries 904 0.2
Sub-total: United States and Other Countries 414,223 72.0
  Unknown origin (Nunavut only)3 751 0.1
Grand Total 575,578  

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Includes active and non-active licensed anglers.
2. Mexico, Central America, South America, Caribbean.
3. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.5 Trip information summary for all non-resident anglers, 2010
Jurisdiction Total Trips Trip Days Fishing Trips Days Fished Day Trips Nights
Newfoundland and Labrador 6,961 99,567 4,975 27,716 845 65,138
Prince Edward Island 6,605 44,375 3,771 16,602 589 26,039
Nova Scotia 7,958 45,968 3,899 12,949 1,463 23,326
New Brunswick 21,328 67,138 11,919 34,738 5,122 34,577
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 1,164,958 4,113,265 670,535 2,553,475 185,796 2,541,876
Manitoba 130,605 385,038 64,885 200,412 22,731 203,838
Saskatchewan 302,754 782,715 87,981 252,972 23,682 308,402
Alberta 91,180 312,232 22,196 68,770 10,122 112,196
British Columbia Freshwater 201,857 941,494 103,215 357,095 32,477 459,055
British Columbia Tidal Waters 148,167 883,975 76,585 262,671 13,383 441,041
Yukon 9,415 108,596 7,853 34,795 806 85,728
Northwest Territories 7,211 64,553 6,498 27,220 649 44,864
Nunavut 1,595 27,901 828 3,870 476 9,991
Canada 2,100,593 7,876,816 1,065,140 3,853,286 298,140 4,356,071

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding and the methodology used to produce the estimates.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.6 Number of days fished by angler category and jurisdiction, 2010
Jurisdiction Freshwater Saltwater Total
Number of days Average per angler1 Number of days Average per angler2 Number of days Average per angler3
Newfoundland and Labrador
Resident 664,68 13.1 415,397 8.4 1,080,077 15.1
Non-resident Canadian 19,323 5.4 2,848 4.0 22,171 6.1
Non-resident Other 4,891 6.3 654 6.7 5,546 6.9
All non-residents 24,214 5.6 3,502 4.3 27,716 6.2
Total 688,894 12.5 418,9 8.4 1,107,793 14.6
Prince Edward Island
Resident 108,996 19.1 47,942 14.3 156,938 24.5
Non-resident Canadian 8,854 7.5 2,154 4.1 11,007 8.0
Non-resident Other 4,693 9.2 902 4.3 5,595 10.8
All non-residents 13,546 8.0 3,055 4.2 16,602 8.7
Total 122,543 16.6 50,997 12.5 173,54 20.9
Nova Scotia
Resident 819,313 14.8 218,03 9.9 1,037,343 18.5
Non-resident Canadian 7,345 6.1 1,145 4.4 8,49 7.0
Non-resident Other 4,103 6.9 356 4.2 4,459 7.5
All non-residents 11,448 6.4 1,501 4.3 12,949 7.2
Total 830,761 14.6 219,532 9.8 1,050,293 18.2
New Brunswick            
Resident 664,814 12.7 56,712 8.2 721,527 13.7
Non-resident Canadian 10,843 5.1 193 2.6 11,036 5.2
Non-resident Other 23,569 5.8 134 2.3 23,702 5.8
All non-residents 34,411 5.6 326 2.5 34,738 5.6
Total 699,226 11.9 57,039 8.1 756,264 12.8
Quebec4
Resident 9,199,143 13.1 410,65 10.3 9,609,792 13.5
Non-resident Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Non-resident Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
All non-residents .. .. .. .. .. ..
Total 9,199,143 13.1 410,65 10.3 9,609,792 13.5
Ontario
Resident 14,364,947 15.5 14,364,947 15.5
Non-resident Canadian 302,283 10.1 302,283 10.1
Non-resident Other 2,251,192 7.3 2,251,192 7.3
All non-residents 2,553,475 7.6 2,553,475 7.6
Total 16,918,421 13.4 16,918,421 13.4
Manitoba
Resident 1,819,031 14.0 1,819,031 14.0
Non-resident Canadian 85,356 7.5 85,356 7.5
Non-resident Other 115,056 6.5 115,056 6.5
All non-residents 200,412 6.9 200,412 6.9
Total 2,019,443 12.7 2,019,443 12.7
Saskatchewan
Resident 2,008,339 14.1 2,008,339 14.1
Non-resident Canadian 192,961 7.5 192,961 7.5
Non-resident Other 60,011 5.6 60,011 5.6
All non-residents 252,972 6.9 252,972 6.9
Total 2,261,311 12.6 2,261,311 12.6
Alberta
Resident 3,289,524 14.8 3,289,524 14.8
Non-resident Canadian 48,787 5.9 48,787 5.9
Non-resident Other 19,984 4.8 19,984 4.8
All non-residents 68,77 5.5 68,77 5.5
Total 3,358,294 14.3 3,358,294 14.3
British Columbia Freshwater
Resident 3,458,221 14.6 3,458,221 14.6
Non-resident Canadian 205,488 7.4 205,488 7.4
Non-resident Other 151,607 6.9 151,607 6.9
All non-residents 357,095 7.2 357,095 7.3
Total 3,815,316 13.3 3,815,316 13.3
British Columbia Tidal Waters
Resident 1,790,286 10.7 1,790,286 10.7
Non-resident Canadian 115,579 4.1 115,579 4.1
Non-resident Other 147,093 4.4 147,093 4.4
All non-residents 262,671 4.3 262,671 4.3
Total 2,052,957 9.0 2,052,957 9.0
Yukon
Resident 83,28 12.3 83,28 12.3
Non-resident Canadian 16,247 4.7 16,247 4.7
Non-resident Other 18,548 6.6 18,548 6.6
All non-residents 34,795 5.5 34,795 5.5
Total 118,076 9.0 118,076 9.0
Northwest Territories
Resident 60,918 13.5 60,918 13.5
Non-resident Canadian 20,171 4.7 20,171 4.7
Non-resident Other 7,05 5.7 7,05 5.7
All non-residents 27,22 4.9 27,22 4.9
Total 88,139 8.8 88,139 8.8
Nunavut5
Resident 5,367 11.3 1,607 7.3 6,974 12.8
Non-resident Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Non-resident Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
All non-residents 2,866 5.7 1,004 3.9 3,87 6.1
Total 8,233 8.4 2,61 5.5 10,844 9.2
Canada
Resident 36,546,573 14.4 2,940,624 10.2 39,487,197 14.4
Non-resident Canadian 917,657 7.7 121,919 4.1 1,039,576 7.1
Non-resident Other 2,660,702 7.1 149,138 4.4 2,809,840 6.9
All non-residents 3,581,225 7.3 272,061 4.3 3,853,286 7.0
Total 40,127,798 13.3 3,212,685 9.1 43,340,483 13.2

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. This average is based on the anglers who fished in freshwater in 2010.
2. This average is based on the anglers who fished in saltwater in 2010.
3. This average is based on the anglers who fished in freshwater and/or saltwater in 2010.
4. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
5. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.

Annex A.7a Summary of fish caught by angler category, 2010
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents Total Fish Caught
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,823,012 82,762 15,552 98,314 4,921,325
Prince Edward Island 507,031 57,871 26,180 84,051 591,082
Nova Scotia 3,984,929 26,843 9,032 35,875 4,020,804
New Brunswick 2,765,976 28,065 111,638 139,703 2,905,680
Quebec1 40,738,579 .. .. .. 40,738,579
Ontario 63,625,767 1,741,675 30,639,134 32,380,809 96,006,577
Manitoba 6,812,368 446,599 2,088,930 2,535,528 9,347,897
Saskatchewan 7,644,384 1,051,664 933,967 1,985,631 9,630,015
Alberta 11,811,477 175,681 114,235 289,915 12,101,392
British Columbia Freshwater 7,585,046 624,949 739,794 1,364,744 8,949,790
British Columbia Tidal Waters 2,648,105 275,298 361,170 636,469 3,284,574
Yukon 174,724 82,868 79,621 162,489 337,213
Northwest Territories 176,622 160,249 110,215 270,464 447,086
Nunavut2 7,413 .. .. 15,841 23,254
Canada 153,305,434 4,754,526 35,229,467 39,999,834 193,305,268

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident information did not include origin of the angler, hence non-resident data is presented only as a total.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.7b Summary of fish kept by angler category, 2010
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents Total Fish Kept
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,702,692 29,210 5,575 34,786 3,737,477
Prince Edward Island 220,832 26,843 6,493 33,336 254,168
Nova Scotia 1,599,257 5,449 1,152 6,601 1,605,859
New Brunswick 1,253,896 5,721 12,692 18,413 1,272,310
Quebec1 25,128,818 .. .. .. 25,128,818
Ontario 15,243,717 271,282 4,695,665 4,966,947 20,210,664
Manitoba 1,670,714 74,822 172,287 247,109 1,917,823
Saskatchewan 2,476,495 238,519 89,689 328,207 2,804,702
Alberta 1,643,561 19,870 4,497 24,367 1,667,928
British Columbia Freshwater 2,160,591 109,804 60,243 170,046 2,330,638
British Columbia Tidal Waters 1,335,610 143,417 187,854 331,271 1,666,882
Yukon 36,857 7,752 10,763 18,516 55,373
Northwest Territories 36,858 12,719 2,993 15,713 52,570
Nunavut2 3,947 .. .. 1,857 5,804
Canada 56,513,846 945,409 5,249,903 6,197,170 62,711,016

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident information did not include origin of the angler, hence non-resident data is presented only as a total.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.8 Summary of fish caught and kept, 2010
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average per Angler Total Average per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,921,325 64.9 3,737,477 49.3
Prince Edward Island 591,082 71.1 254,168 30.6
Nova Scotia 4,020,804 69.6 1,605,859 27.8
New Brunswick 2,905,680 49.3 1,272,310 21.6
Quebec1 40,738,579 57.2 25,128,818 35.3
Ontario 96,006,577 76.0 20,210,664 16.0
Manitoba 9,347,897 58.7 1,917,823 12.0
Saskatchewan 9,630,015 53.7 2,804,702 15.6
Alberta 12,101,392 51.4 1,667,928 7.1
British Columbia Freshwater 8,949,790 31.3 2,330,638 8.1
British Columbia Tidal Waters 3,284,574 14.4 1,666,882 7.3
Yukon 337,213 25.8 55,373 4.2
Northwest Territories 447,086 44.6 52,570 5.2
Nunavut 23,254 19.7 5,804 4.9
Canada 193,305,268 58.8 62,711,016 19.1

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding and the methodology used to produce the estimates.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for nonresident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.9 Direct expenditures made by all anglers, 2010
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transport-ation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,033,369 10,755,521 15,933,461 1,260,344 3,616,840 31,880 34,631,415
Prince Edward Island 1,244,358 1,303,417 204,379 380,672 2,940 3,135,766
Nova Scotia 54,593 6,852,696 9,603,757 1,956,541 3,265,767 180,887 21,914,242
New Brunswick 5,550,255 8,620,238 8,762,389 5,148,215 2,464,254 40,014 30,585,364
Quebec1 81,554,362 136,843,028 160,596,889 39,534,260 45,940,660 8,796,785 473,265,983
Ontario 126,342,343 325,625,319 303,930,120 75,562,248 77,805,352 3,519,825 912,785,206
Manitoba 16,002,392 30,770,941 37,468,322 5,553,828 7,861,246 62,985 97,719,714
Saskatchewan 15,027,915 44,568,614 53,398,149 10,650,892 9,410,732 764,193 133,820,495
Alberta 5,095,762 61,296,431 79,763,669 10,045,826 14,940,713 537,100 171,679,500
British Columbia Freshwater 27,470,093 79,853,839 94,867,322 25,954,696 18,109,611 927,868 247,183,428
British Columbia Tidal Waters 107,359,665 76,212,524 150,610,473 16,708,913 15,654,584 1,027,617 367,573,776
Yukon 2,107,582 3,673,324 4,519,788 445,586 537,395 43,170 11,326,844
Northwest Territories 5,590,320 2,417,253 3,339,565 533,348 473,269 408,355 12,762,110
Nunavut 253,410 193,613 492,096 59,745 43,701 6,247 1,048,813
Canada 395,442,060 788,927,697 924,589,416 193,618,821 200,504,797 16,349,865 2,519,432,656
Average per active angler ($) 120.28 239.97 281.24 58.89 60.99 4.97 766.34

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.10 Major purchases and investments wholly or partly attributable to recreational fishing, made by all anglers, 2010
Jurisdiction Fishing Equipment Boating Equipment Camping Equipment Special Vehicles Land &/or Building Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,401,708 42,493,090 18,654,715 42,524,751 13,400,591 1,688,072 123,162,927
Prince Edward Island 351,734 546,208 156,953 1,795,600 889,600 232,546 3,972,640
Nova Scotia 3,477,979 14,881,550 6,649,411 17,906,780 19,751,104 1,055,472 63,722,296
New Brunswick 3,850,538 11,532,769 8,663,190 22,980,058 16,580,977 1,605,983 65,213,515
Quebec1 42,941,595 295,111,972 132,738,943 740,118,690 321,239,963 27,693,271 1,559,844,435
Ontario 93,815,387 501,220,294 153,722,331 377,197,172 415,983,456 31,748,715 1,573,687,354
Manitoba 9,866,488 47,315,572 26,620,612 75,905,921 54,835,585 4,076,325 218,620,501
Saskatchewan 9,666,103 104,073,576 65,326,164 72,311,147 106,700,513 4,322,332 362,399,835
Alberta 24,048,483 138,726,956 220,590,040 161,613,756 123,142,717 8,416,559 676,538,510
British Columbia Freshwater 33,456,888 144,768,027 112,345,162 184,848,649 140,453,289 10,457,468 626,329,483
British Columbia Tidal Waters 36,005,144 263,692,980 40,210,477 110,636,839 62,322,541 7,010,177 519,878,158
Yukon 585,446 4,132,528 4,834,179 4,798,392 8,646,247 186,577 23,183,370
Northwest Territories 317,752 2,572,604 229,556 2,246,936 1,466,649 101,135 6,934,632
Nunavut 27,597 274,773 9,732 664,564 282,353 18,042 1,277,061
Canada 262,812,843 1,571,342,898 790,751,465 1,815,549,253 1,285,695,585 98,612,673 5,824,764,717

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.11 Major purchases and investments wholly attributable to recreational fishing, made by all anglers, 2010
Jurisdiction Fishing Equipment Boating Equipment Camping Equipment Special Vehicles Land &/or Building Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,401,708 37,111,208 7,417,137 18,984,824 7,520,346 1,662,653 77,097,876
Prince Edward Island 351,734 408,605 66,033 1,236,709 222,400 213,398 2,498,878
Nova Scotia 3,477,979 12,334,644 2,657,654 10,359,866 4,714,593 966,080 34,510,816
New Brunswick 3,850,538 9,465,238 4,883,971 9,336,967 8,775,711 1,469,827 37,782,253
Quebec1 42,941,595 223,698,675 62,993,815 237,211,679 132,747,617 22,496,021 722,089,402
Ontario 93,815,387 346,248,208 64,285,311 145,228,889 160,956,517 27,876,759 838,411,071
Manitoba 9,866,488 34,585,988 10,105,933 17,936,855 25,653,561 3,909,728 102,058,553
Saskatchewan 9,666,103 74,368,119 29,420,671 23,734,793 26,880,309 4,063,150 168,133,146
Alberta 24,048,483 79,241,912 98,827,515 46,254,253 35,335,120 7,677,665 291,384,950
British Columbia Freshwater 28,787,378 93,032,841 60,162,673 61,213,010 72,765,791 9,006,143 324,967,836
British Columbia Tidal Waters 31,707,223 210,311,875 20,975,624 48,955,020 20,691,873 5,604,959 338,246,574
Yukon 585,446 3,042,178 2,398,900 1,290,589 2,415,651 158,765 9,891,529
Northwest Territories 317,752 2,124,461 139,507 901,333 860,059 89,834 4,432,946
Nunavut 27,597 154,927 7,770 303,906 207,059 15,783 717,042
Canada 253,845,412 1,126,128,880 364,342,514 622,948,693 499,746,607 85,210,765 2,952,222,870
Average per active angler ($) 77.21 342.54 110.82 189.48 152.01 25.92 897.99

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.12 Major purchases and investments, wholly attributable to recreational fishing, by angler category, 2010
Category Resident Non-resident Canadian1, 2 Non-resident Other1, 2 All Non-residents1, 2 Total
Fishing Equipment 241,523,722 6,633,785 5,682,612 12,321,689 253,845,412
Camping Equipment 360,954,780 1,822,687 1,563,572 3,387,735 364,342,514
Boating Equipment 1,092,064,626 26,486,343 7,575,451 34,061,795 1,126,128,880
    - new 561,550,740 12,427,781 4,982,059 17,409,840 578,960,580
    - used 530,513,886 14,058,562 2,593,392 16,654,414 547,168,299
Special Vehicles 619,366,828 3,082,262 487,855 3,581,866 622,948,693
    - new 410,601,466 1,684,916 54,271 1,739,187 412,340,654
    - used 208,765,361 1,397,345 433,584 1,842,678 210,608,039
Land &/or Buildings 419,424,453 52,961,014 27,361,140 80,322,154 499,746,607
Other 81,971,255 1,840,982 1,393,957 3,239,509 85,210,765
Total 2,815,305,664 92,827,073 44,064,587 136,917,207 2,952,222,870

Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Nonresident origins for Nunavut were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Annex A.13 Statistical Reliability of Selected Variables, All Active Anglers, 2010 (Coefficient of variation in %)1
Jurisdiction Sample Size (number) Days Fished Fish Caught Fish Kept Direct Expenditures Major Purchases and Investments (W/P)2 Major Purchases and Investments (W)3
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,217 3.4 6.5 5.9 4.6 12.6 12.3
Prince Edward Island 346 7.7 11.7 15.2 9.8 34.2 40.5
Nova Scotia 1,303 3.6 6.7 9.4 6.5 16.6 19.3
New Brunswick 1,730 3.3 6.6 10.2 5.5 15.0 19.1
Quebec4 3,930 1.8 3.6 3.2 2.0 5.3 5.4
Ontario 11,849 1.3 2.4 3.3 1.3 8.1 6.9
Manitoba 1,542 3.3 4.2 5.0 3.4 16.9 16.7
Saskatchewan 3,091 2.4 3.3 3.6 2.5 23.2 33.5
Alberta 1,606 3.5 6.1 8.7 4.0 10.8 9.4
British Columbia Freshwater 3,692 2.3 3.4 3.9 2.7 8.5 10.4
British Columbia Tidal Waters 4,522 1.9 4.8 3.4 2.3 9.5 9.4
Yukon 702 5.3 11.5 6.8 7.1 27.6 21.8
Northwest Territories 631 4.7 6.9 7.8 5.7 18.9 19.9
Nunavut 359 6.4 16.0 11.7 11.7 24.8 27.2
Canada 36,520 0.7 1.4 1.7 0.9 3.7 4.4

Notes:
1. Coefficient of variation=(standard error of the mean/mean)*100.
2. Major purchases and investments wholly (W) or partially (P) attributable to recreational fishing.
3. Major purchases and investments wholly attributable to recreational fishing.
4. Resident anglers only.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.