Energy IQ factbooks provide a snapshot of Canada’s energy story, helping to improve energy literacy among Canadian students and educators across the country.
Alberta is an energy-rich province. It’s Canada’s largest oil and natural gas producer and ranks second in installed wind capacity in the country.Download Factbook >
The Atlantic provinces can sometimes be overlooked in the grand scheme of Canada’s energy story but take a closer look and you’ll find they are a microcosm of our country’s energy landscape. From nuclear power plants and crude oil refineries to wind farms and tidal power stations.Download Factbook >
British Columbia may be known more for its natural beauty than its rich energy resources, but B.C. has more than mountains, glaciers and wild rivers.Download Factbook >
Quebec is known as “la belle province” and with an abundance of lakes, rivers and other water reserves, it’s easy to see why. With such an ample supply of water, Quebec is one of the world’s top producers of hydroelectricity.Download Factbook >
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