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Pollution Probe identifies a range of stories and news articles within our nine sectors of expertise, which are relevant to our community.

0 PRESS RELEASE: The Smart Energy Communities Scorecard – Call for Expressions of Interest
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 will benefit from
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0 Pollution Probe Presents Study to the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources
Download the Full Presentation: Opportunities to Decarbonize the Transportation SectorVideo: Steve McCauley's Presentation to the Senate Committee Remarks from Steve McCauley, A/CEO to the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources: Study on the effects of transitioning to a new low carbon economy Pollution Probe is pleased to be appearing today and I sincerely
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0 Pollution Probe Participates at Queens Park EV Day: Remarks from Steve McCauley, A/CEO
Remarks from Steve McCauley, A/CEO Congratulations to the automotive companies participating at Queens Park EV Day. These are impressive vehicles you are showcasing today. Your leadership in the industry in successfully bringing these emissions free vehicles to the Canadian marketplace is helping to deliver cleaner air for the people of Ontario, and is playing an
0 Pollution Probe Statement on Government of Canada’s proposed Locomotive Emissions Regulations
Toronto – June 20, 2016 – Pollution Probe welcomes the proposed Locomotive Emissions Regulations recently announced by the Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport. The proposed rules aim to limit harmful air pollutant emissions, or criteria air contaminants, from Canadian rail carriers by imposing increasingly stringent emission standards and reducing locomotive idling. "The railway sector is
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