Table 3-1
Household energy use, by fuel type and by province, 2011 — Total energy use

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Household energy use, by fuel type and by province, 2011 — Total energy use
Table summary
This table displays total household energy use by fuel type and by province for 2011. The row headers are comprised of the Canada total and each province. The column headers are comprised of the fuel type and an 'All fuel types' category. Energy use is presented in both terajoules and percent. There is a note on the percent which reads 'As a proportion of all fuel types.'
  Electricity Natural gas Oil Wood and wood pellets Propane All fuel types
  terajoules percent 1 terajoules percent 1 terajoules percent 1 terajoules percent 1 terajoules percent 1 terajoules
Canada 547,096 38 639,203 45 62,773 4 167,474 12 8,640 1 1,425,185
Newfoundland and Labrador 12,492 52 F F 3,591 15 7,435 31 256 E E 23,869
Prince Edward Island 1,651 20 F F 3,446 42 2,922 E 36 E 69 E E 8,189
Nova Scotia 13,702 34 F F 14,560 36 10,810 27 265 E E 39,958
New Brunswick 16,582 58 F F 2,812 10 8,753 31 101 E E 28,584
Quebec 202,579 63 17,854 E E 18,863 6 80,976 25 1,870 E E 322,142
Ontario 150,462 28 333,391 62 17,023 3 37,247 E E 3,665 E E 541,788
Manitoba 22,957 49 21,410 46 F F 1,937 E E F F 46,465
Saskatchewan 13,235 29 31,223 68 F F 932 E E F F 45,746
Alberta 44,930 24 136,036 72 F F 6,171 E E F F 187,973
British Columbia 68,506 38 98,134 54 2,113 E E 10,292 E E 1,425 E E 180,471
As a proportion of all fuel types. Figures may not add up to totals due to rounding.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division.
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