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Natural Gas

Natural gas is one of Canada’s most important forms of energy. In Canada, it is the main source of heat for homes and businesses. Furnaces, water heaters, clothes dryers, stoves, fireplaces, and barbecues all operate on natural gas. The use of natural gas to make electricity is one of the fastest growing uses for this fuel.