Variant of NAICS 1997 - Labour Force Survey (LFS) Industries

113311 - Logging (except Contract)

This Canadian industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in cutting timber, producing rough, round, hewn, or riven primary wood, and producing wood chips in the forest, on an own-account basis. Establishments primarily engaged in cutting and transporting timber are also included.

  • Exclusion(s):

    Establishments primarily engaged in:

    • trucking timber (see 484223 Forest Products Trucking, Local and Trucking, Local and 484233 Forest Products Trucking, Long Distance)
  • Example Activities:

    • Barking mill
    • Bolts, wooden, cutting
    • Booming, bunching, rafting, driving logs
    • Chipping logs (in the forest)
    • Christmas tree cutting
    • Cutting cordwood, in the forest
    • Felling trees (logging)
    • Fuelwood cutting
    • Log cutting (forest trees)
    • Log grading, scaling, sorting
    • Mine timbers, cutting
    • Peeler logs, cutting
    • Pickets and paling, round or split, cutting
    • Piling, wood, untreated, cutting
    • Pitprops, wooden, untreated, cutting
    • Poles and pilings, wooden, untreated, cutting
    • Poles, wood, untreated, cutting
    • Posts, wood, hewn, round or split, producing
    • Pulpwood logs, cutting
    • Railroad ties, hewn
    • Rossing mill
    • Sawlogs, cutting
    • Telephone and telegraph poles, logging
    • Tie bolts, cutting
    • Ties, railroad, hewn, producing
    • Timbers, mine, hewn, producing
    • Timbers, round mine, cutting
    • Tree felling, bucking, cutting
    • Veneer logs, logging
    • Wood chips produced in the forest
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