The problem with territorial division is simply related to the fact that Canada is responsible under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. The provinces have no responsibility or duty in actual fact. As a result, energy management by province is not the best way to reduce greenhouse gas. If we facilitated recognition of reductions that can be achieved from one place to another by monetary offsets, it would be much easier to achieve that type of reduction.
I'll go back to the example that you referred to. Adding wind generators in Quebec does not reduce carbon intensity. Whereas every kilowatt-hour represents 912 grams of emissions in Quebec, it represents 10 grams in Quebec. In New Brunswick, we have 912 grams because we have thermal power stations. By closing a thermal power station to replace it with the corresponding energy from Quebec, we'd achieve reductions in the order of one million tonnes without any difficulty.