5.8 References1


Conservative Party of Canada. 2021. Secure the environment. The Conservative plan to combat climate change. Conservative Party of Canada. https://cpcassets.conservative.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/15104504/24068610becf2561.pdf

ECCC. 2021. Canada’s official greenhouse gas inventory. Government of Canada: Environment and Climate Change Canada. Online, http://data.ec.gc.ca/data/substances/monitor/canada-s-official-greenhouse-gas-inventory/ (accessed May 15, 2020)

NRCAN. 2021a. Energy facts. Government of Canada: Natural Resources Canada. Online, http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-facts (accessed April 22, 2021)

NRCAN. 2021b. Fuel Consumption Taxes in Canada. Government of Canada: Natural Resources Canada. Online, http://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy/fuel-prices/18885 (accessed April 22, 2021)

SaskPower, BD3 Status Update: March 2021, April 14, 2021. https://www.saskpower.com/about-us/our-company/blog/2021/bd3-status-update-march-2021

Shell Canada Energy, Quest Carbon Capture and Storage Project Annual Summary Report, Alberta Department of Energy: 2019. https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/f74375f3-3c73-4b9c-af2b-ef44e59b7890/resource/ff260985-e616-4d2e-92e0-9b91f5590136/download/energy-quest-annual-summary-alberta-department-of-energy-2019.pdf

Statistics Canada 2021. Table 17-10-0005-01: Population estimates on July 1st. Government of Canada: Statistics Canada. 

WDI. 2021. World Development Indicators. The World Bank Group. 


1Appendix 8 presents all references for the policy and target overview, along with more detailed descriptions for the provinces and territories.