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Energy Pricing Information for Canadian Consumers

Ongoing uncertainty and potential for volatility in energy markets, combined with the challenges and opportunities that this environment presents, underscore the need to provide Canadians with reliable, timely and easily accessible information on Canadian energy.

This section provides Canadian consumers with information on the main energy commodities (i.e. oil, natural gas, propane and electricity), primarily with respect to pricing and factors affecting pricing. For background, information is also provided on how Canadian energy markets work, including a summary of each industry in Canada, frequently asked questions (FAQs) and helpful Web site links, including those that provide pricing data.

Winter Outlook 2012-13
Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Natural Gas Natural Gas Liquids
(NGLs)
Electricity Energy Efficiency
Wnter Outlook
2013-14
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2013-14
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2013-14
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2013-14
Energy Efficiency
How Canadian Markets Work How Canadian Markets Work How Canadian Markets Work How Canadian Markets Work n/a
The Canadian Industry The Canadian Industry The Canadian Industry The Canadian Industry n/a
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) n/a
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Date Modified:
2014-06-08