This map shows 2011 emissions. Quebec (10.0), Ontario (12.8) and British Columbia (12.8) lead the way. Saskatchewan (69.7) and Alberta (64.5) bring up the rear.
|Newfoundland and Labrador||15.3|
|Prince Edward Island||18.3|
Tonnes/capita CO2e (equivalent carbon dioxide) is an accepted measure that includes CO2 emissions and adds in other GHGs, converted into the amount of CO2 which would produce the same global warming impact.
Reference: Canada's Emissions Trends, Environment Canada, October 2013 [PDF]