What province in Canada produces the most coal?
In 2019, the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta were by far the leading regions regarding coal production. British Columbia accounted for 48 percent of the total Canadian coal production, while Alberta accounted for 35 percent. Canadian coal production amounted to 57 million metric tons in 2019.
Where is Alberta’s coal found?
Coal in Alberta is found in the Coalspur Formation in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in the foothills of southwestern Alberta. The Coalspur Formation, which has large quantities of high-quality coal, runs from south of the Wapiti River to the North Saskatchewan River.