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Energy IQ: Shipping gas to Nunavut

  • Jul 16, 2013
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How much do you know about energy in Canada? Launching in October, Energy IQ’s curriculum-linked energy education program will teach Canadians about growing demand, the energy mix, emerging technologies, regulatory requirements and much more.

Take an interactive energy quiz, brush up on your energy vocabulary and learn more about energy in Canada at energyiq.canadiangeographic.ca.

Read more fast facts about energy in Canadian Geographic’s June issue.

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