Presentation on theme: "Types of Industry in Canada and Natural Resources"— Presentation transcript:
1 Types of Industry in Canada and Natural Resources Wed., March 4, 2015
2 Types of Industry Do more Canadians work… in agriculture? or in education?
3 Types of IndustryMore than three times as many Canadians work in education than in agriculture!
4 Types of Industry Do more Canadians work… in transportation and warehousing?or in forestsand mining?
5 Types of IndustryMore than twice as many Canadians work in transportation and warehousing than in forestry and mining.
6 Types of Industry Do more Canadians work… in manufacturing? or in wholesaleand retail trade?
7 Types of IndustryMore Canadians work in wholesale and retail trade than in manufacturing.
8 Types of IndustryMost Canadian workers are not lumberjacks, farmers, or miners; nor are they factory workers.Instead, most Canadians have jobs in which they provide an enormous range of services.But all parts of the economy are vital…
9 3 Types of Industry 1. Primary Industries Extracting natural resources (raw materials) from the ground or watere.g., mining, forestry, farming, fishing
10 Types of Industry 2. Secondary Industries The processing of primary-industry products into finished goods (manufacturing)e.g., auto assembly plants, factories
11 Types of Industry 3. Tertiary Industries Providing services rather than goods (known as service sector)e.g. healthcare facilities, stores, schools
12 Canada’s changing Economy What has been the trend for each category over the years?Which category has changed the most?What conditions might bring about such remarkable change in economic categories?
13 Natural ResourceSPRIMARY INDUSTRIES extract natural resources from earthWhat are some examples?cropssoilwaterWhat are they?oilNatural materials from earth that are used to support life and meet people’s needsplantsrocksmineralsWildlife
14 Two Basic Categories: 1. Renewable resources: Resources which replace themselves naturally within a few months or yearsEg. Farming (crops), trees, fish
15 Two Basic Categories: 2. Non-renewable resources: Resources which take millions of years to replace themselves – they’re gone once usedEg. Mining (minerals, metals) & Fuels (oil, coal)
16 How products are made!Example: figure skates/speed skates Primary – iron ore, coal, limestone and other metals (for steel blade) - Raw animal hide for boot Secondary – steel is then processed into the skate blades - Leather boot is created - blade is added to the skate boot VOILA! You have a pair of skates, but WAIT! You want them… Tertiary – sports store that sells you the skates
17 Where did your ____ come from? Think about a gift you have received lately, or an item you’ve purchased for yourself.Now that you have chosen your item, think about the different industries that were involved in making that item. Using the figure skates/speed skates example, explain how your item was made.
18 “The Story of Stuff” with Annie Leonard The Story of Stuff is a 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of our production and consumption patterns. The Story of Stuff exposes the connections between a huge number of environmental and social issues, and calls us together to create a more sustainable and just world. It'll teach you something, it'll make you laugh, and it just may change the way you look at all the stuff in your life forever.