Table 2
Type of main heating fuel used, by province, 2007

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Type of main heating fuel used, by province, 2007
  Electricity Natural gas Oil Wood and wood pellets Propane Other
Canada 37 47 9 6 1 F
Newfoundland and Labrador 61 F 28 16 E F F
Prince Edward Island F F 68 F F F
Nova Scotia 29 F 55 20 F F
New Brunswick 59 F 17 23 F F
Quebec 77 E 11 9 F F
Ontario 19 68 7 3 2 F
Manitoba 39 56 F E F F
Saskatchewan 16 80 F F F F
Alberta 12 88 F F F F
British Columbia 33 56 E 4 F F
Includes households whose main source of heat was supplied by the dwelling unit, who did not use a heat pump, or who used a heat pump that was not the main source of heat for their dwelling.
Statistics Canada, Households and the Environment Survey: Energy Use, 2007, Catalogue no. 11-526-S.