Having natural gas as a choice is essential to Canadians

Reliable energy is essential to life in Canada, and that means an energy mix that includes natural gas.
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Choice matters to Canadians

8 out of 10 Canadians

believe it’s important for a home to have
more than one source of energy.*

84% of Canadians

believe they should have the right
to choose what source of energy they use.*

Natural gas provides Canadians with a reliable and
affordable energy option

Why does energy choice matter?

Learn three reasons why energy choice is important to Canadians.

64% of Canadians believe that if they didn’t have the choice to use natural gas in Canada, the economy would be more vulnerable to outages and disruptions.*

As our population grows and technology advances, our energy needs increase. Natural gas gives us a reliable energy option to stay warm, cook, and remain comfortable in our homes during any weather conditions.

64% of Canadians believe that if they didn’t have the choice to use natural gas in Canada, they would end up paying more to heat their homes.*

Using a mix of energy sources that includes natural gas means you can save money. It also helps ensure that demand for a single energy source, like electricity, does not become unmanageable.

More benefits to choosing natural gas

Households that use natural gas for space and water heating save up to $2,000 a year compared to other heating sources.

Learn more about the benefits to fuelling your home with natural gas.

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Canada’s natural gas industry is cutting emissions by blending renewable natural gas and hydrogen gas into our natural gas streams.

Learn more about industry innovations that are making natural gas cleaner for Canadians.

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Canada’s weather includes rain, snow, and everything in between.

See why over 20 million Canadians rely on natural gas every day for consistent, reliable energy. 

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*Data from: Advocacy data research among 2,500 Canadians, conducted by Leger Data, from October 20 – November 7, 2022 & April 21, 2023.