The data visualization below (excl. mobile & safari) shows Canada's exports to the European Union and Britain. Has the UK become a more important trading partner for Canada in the last 20 years?
Adjust the chart settings to reveal the impact that Brexit could have on Canadian exports, if any.
- Select 'Value' on the y axis
- ‘Order’ by 'Value' on the x axis
- Both y and x axes should be linear, 'Lin'
- Change the color settings from ‘Geo’ to ‘Unique colors’
- Select the following trading partners, China, the European Union, Germany, Mexico and the United Kingdom by ticking the box next to each country name
- Set the chart type to ‘Bars’ (not bubbles or lines)
- Press the ‘Play’ button
The chart below is generated from StatsCanada data. It shows Canada’s international merchandise imports in annual (dollars x 1,000,000) from 1997 to 2015, all countries excl. USA, by seasonal adjustment and principal trading partners.