The code in your province / territory

Like all building codes, the National Energy Code of Canada for Buildings 2011 comes into force only if provinces and territories elect to write, enact and enforce laws and regulations relating to that code. Provinces and territories are free to adopt the code as is or amend it and publish it as their own provincial code. Jurisdictions may even choose to adopt a higher performing energy code to ensure greater energy savings.

For more information on code adoption across Canada, visit our resources for codes, the National Model Construction Code Documents website, see the tabs below, or contact your provincial/territorial government directly.

Alberta

Incentives

British Columbia

Incentives

Manitoba

Incentives

New Brunswick

Incentives

Newfoundland and Labrador

Incentives

Northwest Territories

Incentives

* Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon have local energy requirements in place in key cities and for all buildings that are constructed using government funds that meet or exceed NECB 2011.

Nova Scotia

Incentives

Nunavut

* Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon have local energy requirements in place in key cities and for all buildings that are constructed using government funds that meet or exceed NECB 2011.

Ontario

Incentives

*Ontario put energy requirements in place in 2010 that meet NECB 2011.

Prince Edward Island

Incentives

Quebec

Incentives

Saskatchewan

Incentives

Yukon Territories

* Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon have local energy requirements in place in key cities and for all buildings that are constructed using government funds that meet or exceed NECB 2011.