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An energy policy for Canada--phase 1.
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I (Analysis) pp.;(Summary of Analysis) 28 pp.; Vol. II (Appendices) pp. (EC). Putting land use aside (it’s important, but the book focuses on energy policy), that’s five sectors. Well, technically it’s four sectors and one cross-sectoral policy.