Atlantic Canada had the highest incidence of energy poverty—20.6 per cent of households.
The prime minister threw not one, but two of his own party’s premiers under the bus.
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In Atlantic Canada, a stunning 20.6 per cent of households were in energy poverty as of 2013.
In 2013, 30 per cent of households earning $27,000 or less had to devote 10 per cent or more of their expenditures to energy.
Five out of seven Canadian regions had higher percentages of energy poverty in 2013 than in 2010.
Two interesting articles were published recently discussing energy poverty in developing countries, and different ideas about what should be done to alleviate it.