Table 4-3
Average household energy use, by household and dwelling characteristics, 2011 — Dwelling type

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Average household energy use, by household and dwelling characteristics, 2011 — Dwelling type
Table summary
This table displays the average household energy use by dwelling type for 2011. The row headers are comprised of the Canada total and each province. The column headers are comprised of the different dwelling types, plus categories for 'All other' and 'All households'. The unit of measure is gigajoules per household and gigajoules per m2 of heated space. There is a note on the multiunit category which reads 'Includes doubles, duplexes and row or terrace homes.'
  Apartment Multi-unit 1 Single-detached dwelling All other All households
  gigajoules per household
Canada 40 84 134 108 105
Newfoundland and Labrador F 101 E 121 F 111
Prince Edward Island F F 153 F 142
Nova Scotia 75 77 114 F 101
New Brunswick 34 65 E 117 F 92
Quebec 41 70 132 F 95
Ontario 33 94 136 F 107
Manitoba 38 E 85 126 F 98
Saskatchewan 51 E 91 133 F 110
Alberta 50 E 102 151 101 130
British Columbia 46 E 76 125 F 99
Average household energy use, by household and dwelling characteristics, 2011 — Dwelling type (continued)
  Apartment Multi-unit 1 Single-detached dwelling All other All households
  gigajoules per m 2 of heated area
Canada 0.45 0.70 0.87 1.03 0.79
Newfoundland and Labrador F 0.81 0.83 F 0.80
Prince Edward Island F F 0.88 F 0.87
Nova Scotia 0.54 E 0.67 0.79 F 0.74
New Brunswick 0.36 E 0.56 0.82 F 0.72
Quebec 0.44 0.69 1.03 F 0.84
Ontario 0.39 0.68 0.80 F 0.74
Manitoba 0.51 E 0.98 0.99 F 0.89
Saskatchewan 0.52 E 0.86 1.08 F 0.95
Alberta 0.63 E 0.92 1.05 0.91 1.00
British Columbia 0.55 0.60 0.70 F 0.67
Includes doubles, duplexes and row or terrace homes.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division.
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