. A large number of residents from New Brunswick are employed in the primary sector of industry More than 13,000 New Brunswickers work in agriculture shipping products worth over $1 billion half of which is from crops and half of that from potatoes mostly in the Saint John River valley McCain Foods is one of the world's largest manufacturers of frozen potato products Other products include apples cranberries and maple syrup. New Brunswick was in 2015 the biggest producer of wild blueberries in Canada the value of the livestock sector is about a quarter of a billion dollars nearly half of which is dairy Other sectors include poultry fur and goats sheep and pigs A paper mill in Saint John About 83% of New Brunswick is forested Historically important it accounted for more than 80% of exports in the mid 1800s By the end of the 1800s the industry and shipbuilding were declining due to external economic factors the 1920s saw the development of a pulp and paper industry in the mid-1960s forestry practices changed from the controlled harvests of a commodity to the cultivation of the forests the industry employs nearly 12,000 generating revenues around $437 million Mining was historically unimportant in the province but since the 1950s has grown and in 2012 was an estimated $1.1 billion Mines in New Brunswick produce lead zinc copper and potash Education. .
5.4 Houses of worship Tunnel boring machine for Line 5 Eglinton being extracted in 2017, Toronto Ontario Canada Business directory The UNDP has been criticised by members of its staff and the Bush administration of the United States for irregularities in its finances in North Korea Artjon Shkurtaj claimed that he had found counterfeit US dollars in the Programmes safe while the staff were paid in Euros the UNDP denied any wrongdoing and keeping improper accounts Disarmament and controversy. A refinery operated by Irving Oil the New Brunswick-based company is one of several owned by the Irving family As of October 2017 seasonally-adjusted employment is 73,400 for the goods-producing sector and 280,900 for the services-producing sector. Those in the goods-producing industries are mostly employed in manufacturing or construction while those in services work in social assistance trades and health care a large portion of the economy is controlled by the Irving Group of Companies which consists of the holdings of the family of K C Irving the companies have significant holdings in agriculture forestry food processing freight transport (including railways and trucking) media oil and shipbuilding The United States is the province's largest export market accounting for 92% of a foreign trade valued in 2014 at almost $13 billion with refined petroleum making up 63% of that followed by seafood products pulp paper and sawmill products and non-metallic minerals (chiefly potash) the value of exports mostly to the United States was $1.6 billion in 2016 About half of that came from lobster Other products include salmon crab and herring in 2015 spending on non-resident tourism in New Brunswick was $441 million which provided $87 million in tax revenue Primary sector. . Grimsby 9.1 Primary and secondary education 1.1 Expansion, There are a number of public transportation operators within the Greater Toronto Area providing services within their jurisdictions While these operators are largely independent provisions are being made to integrate them under Metrolinx which manages transportation planning including public transport in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. GO Transit which merged with Metrolinx during the late 2000s is Ontario's only intra-regional public transit service linking the communities in the GTA and the city of Hamilton as well as the rest of the Greater Golden Horseshoe. Implementation of a 'Presto card' by Metrolinx has created a common means for all fare payments and allows for seamless connection between these and other transit operators Public transit operators in the GTA include Brampton Transit Burlington Transit Durham Region Transit GO Transit Milton Transit MiWay (serving Mississauga) Oakville Transit Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and York Region Transit the TTC operates the Toronto subway system which runs in Toronto and in Vaughan the latter of which began to be served by the system in December 2017 with an extension of Line 1 to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre station Highway 401 serves as a major roadway in the Greater Toronto Area The GTA also consists number of King's Highways and supplemented by municipal expressways One of the most principal highways in the GTA Highway 401 is also the longest in Ontario and is also one of the busiest highways in the world. Notably a segment of the highway passing through the GTA holds the distinction of being North America's busiest highway the GTA is laced with a number of limited-access highways including the 400-series highways These include:. .