In British Columbia, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 58.84% of households use natural gas to heat their homes. Some use hot water heating, and the water is heated by natural gas. Air conditioning is usually driven by electricity in this region. 
 
On average in 2010, space heating and cooling for each household
consumed 36.92 GJ and
emitted 1.78 GHG tonnes.
 
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The other 41.16% of home heating comes from electricity (24.91%), oil (2.92%) and wood (13.34%)
RESIDENTIAL

SPACE HEATING

22.09%
consumption