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Ontario Factbook

Between 2000 and 2016, Canada’s GHG emissions from electricity production dropped by 39%, which is mainly attributed to Ontario’s phasing out of coal use by producing with through nuclear energy, renewable energy and using natural gas and oil to meet the province’s heating and fuel needs.

This factbook offers a snapshot of the energy sector in Ontario. It covers topics such as where natural resources are found for energy production , the process through which energy is turned into electricity, the role of energy exports and imports, how the energy industry impacts the environment, and much more.