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Government of Canada Invests in Community Environmental Projects on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands Federal funding will be provided to six local environmental projects that will address climate change and promote energy and water conservation, protect seabirds in the Laskeek Bay area, improve water quality in Quamichan Lake, and more.
Paper and Energy Conservation Winner in the Kootenays By opting-out of mailed paper statements and using eStatements the Credit Union membership is showing their commitment to the environment.
Braving the home energy audit (and surprised by the results) Salt Spring homeowner surprised by the results of energy assessment.
City Green Receives Saanich Business Environmental Award District of Saanich Mayor Frank Leonard and the Saanich Environmental Advisory Committee presented City Green Solutions with the Saanich 2010 Business Environmental Award at a reception last evening.
City Green Wins "Business of the Year" and "Innovation" Awards Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce presented City Green Solutions with two awards recognizing the organization's positive business growth, commitment to quality, and innovative new services.
Saanich Joins in Solar Days Events Saanich is inviting the public to attend a Solar Open House during Solar Days, on Saturday May 29th.
City Green Wins "Business of the Year" and "Innovation" Awards From the GVCC At a recent awards ceremony, the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce presented City Green Solutions with two awards recognizing the organization's positive business growth, commitment to quality, and innovative new services.
Food Bank Makes Efficiency Accessible BC Hydro and the Surrey Food Bank have partnered to distribute free energy saving kits to the food bank’s clients.
City Green Double Award Winner City Green was a double winner with awards for innovation and business of the year from the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce.
Province Helps More Nova Scotians Reduce Energy Costs The province is making life more affordable for low-income Nova Scotians by increasing its investment in a program that provides energy efficiency upgrades at no cost to homeowners.