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Includes electricity, natural gas, oil, wood and wood pellets and propane. Gasoline used to fuel motor vehicles or gas-powered devices, such as lawnmowers or snow blowers, and energy from small propane tanks purchased from stores for gas barbecues, camping and similar purposes are excluded. Also excluded is energy from those households with solar panels or windmills that did not purchase energy from an energy supplier.
The 2011 reference year is only the second time the Household and Environment Survey – Energy Supplement was conducted. Changes between the two reference years are noted, but are not necessarily an indication of trends.
Statistics Canada. CANSIM Table 326-0009. (Accessed June 17, 2013).
The calculation for the heated area of a dwelling excludes basements and garages.
Natural Resources Canada. Office of Energy Efficiency. (oee.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficient-products/lighting/15137) accessed May 2, 2013.
Includes the following types of interior and exterior light bulbs; halogen light bulbs, compact fluorescent light bulbs, regular fluorescent light bulbs, and incandescent light bulbs. Excluded are seasonal lights such as Christmas lights, Halloween lights etc.
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