The Canadian 7" single for Running Up That Hill has the same artwork front to back as the UK release. However, unlike the UK release, the Canadian one uses a very cheap paper material, which causes these kind of sleeves to wear out fast with use. I bought this single new back in 1985, so it's surprising it's in decent shape.
There's not a whole lot to say about the record labels, other than the fact that they're the cheap paper ones found on most Canadian releases. These are actually much lighter in real life, especially around the perimeter of the labels where the distribution information is found. With most of these Canadian singles I have to fiddle with the resolution so that the information can be seen better.