Of the ten largest GHG emitting power stations in the country; every one is coal-fired and three are in Saskatchewan.

The highest emitter in the country, TransAlta's inappropriately named 'Sundance' in Alberta, was individually responsible for 18 percent of Canada's entire 2014 GHG power sector emissions of 86 million tonnes. Include Keephills, also in Alberta and also owned by TransAlta, and it rises to 29 percent.

Sundance & Keephills' combined total of 24.5 million tonnes of GHGs represents 3.4 percent of Canada's total annual GHG emissions.