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Pollution Probe and QUEST Release New Report on Canada’s Energy Transformation

Pollution Probe and QUEST Release New Report on Canada’s Energy Transformation Toronto, ON – April 25, 2019 – Pollution Probe and QUEST are pleased to announce the release of the new report, Canada’s Energy Transformation – Evolution or Revolution? A discussion paper for policymakers, utilities, regulators and key stakeholders on managing risk and creating opportunities as …

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PRESS RELEASE: Pollution Probe and QUEST Release New Report on Canada’s Energy Transformation

Toronto, ON – April 25, 2019 – Pollution Probe and QUEST are pleased to announce the release of the new report, Canada’s Energy Transformation – Evolution or Revolution? A discussion paper for policymakers, utilities, regulators and key stakeholders on managing risk and creating opportunities as we build low-emission energy systems. The report was made possible …

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PRESS RELEASE: Pollution Probe and the Council of the Great Lakes Region receive funding from RBC for an innovative project to support improved watershed management in the Great Lakes

Toronto, ON – December 20, 2018 –  Pollution Probe and the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR) are pleased to be partnering with the Royal Bank of Canada on an innovative project that will support an improved approach to watershed management and adaptive decision-making in the Great Lakes. RBC has generously contributed $100,000 to …

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PRESS RELEASE: Statement in Response to Ontario Government’s Environment Plan

Toronto, ON – November 29, 2018 – Pollution Probe commends the Ontario Government on developing an environment plan, in a short period of time, which addresses the breadth of the environmental challenges facing Ontario’s air, water, land and climate. We also endorse the Government’s commitment to consult with rights holders and stakeholders to further refine the …

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PRESS RELEASE: Department of Energy and Mines, Municipality of Digby and Pollution Probe are Working Together to Engage Communities on Their Energy Future

Digby, NS – October 10, 2018 – The energy system is changing and Digby is planning for its energy future. On October 11, an energy symposium will be held at the Digby Pines Hotel where community and business leaders will discuss energy projects and systems in Digby. The symposium will include a number of speakers …

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PRESS RELEASE: The Smart Energy Communities Scorecard – Call for Expressions of Interest

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”4870″ alignment=”right”][vc_empty_space height=”20px”][vc_column_text]OTTAWA, ON – Today, Pollution Probe and QUEST launched the Smart Energy Communities Scorecard, a national initiative to develop a standardized approach for evaluating and benchmarking the pathways to Smart Energy Communities in Canada. The project partners are seeking six pilot communities to participate in the development of the Scorecard. The successful candidates …

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Pollution Probe Statement on the Ontario Climate Change Action Plan

Toronto – June 8, 2016 – Pollution Probe welcomes the transformative Ontario Climate Change Action Plan announced today by Premier Wynne. The Plan’s sweeping set of measures address the challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the province’s economy, including in the transportation and industrial sectors as well as in important areas such as residential and …

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PRESS RELEASE: Canada’s natural gas utilities target for renewable natural gas content

Ottawa – May 25, 2016 – The natural gas delivered to Canadian homes, transportation markets, businesses, and industry will soon include more renewable energy in it thanks to a new national renewable natural gas (RNG) target announced today by the Canadian Gas Association. Canada’s natural gas utilities have set a target of 5 per cent …

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Real Reconciliation: Advancing Indigenous – Business Clean Energy Relationships

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] By Steven Pacifico & Chris Henderson THE Truth and Reconciliation Commission made a loud and clear call for a new era of people-centered and respect-based relationships between Indigenous Communities and Canada.  The Commission and its recommendations was a watershed moment for our country. Can Canadian society “walk the talk” and embrace Real Reconciliation; especially in …

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