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Slipping progress on the pan-Canadian climate plan

Implementation timelines put Canada's clean growth ambitions at risk

Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change contains over 50 new climate growth measures. The climate plan is a turning point in Canada's response to climate change. Provincial and Territorial governments need accelerated action to meet timelines on each climate growth measure.

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Free parent talk on healthy eating

Good Bites for Little Tummies

Monday, December 11th, 2017 6 - 8:30pm

Aurora Cultural Centre, Brevik Hall

Attend a FREE talk and dinner for parents of pre-school- and toddler-aged kids sponsored by Healthy Kids Community Challenge Aurora. Learn about their nutritional needs and tips to explore the colourful world of healthy eating together. Register online to secure your free ticket.

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Win a Ninja blender and food processor

#ChooseToBoostVeggiesAndFruit photo contest

From now until midnight Dec 20th 2017, post a photo of your favourite meal or snack made by you that celebrates your favourite veggies and fruit. Post your photo onto FB, Twitter or Instagram with the name of your tasty creation and include #ChooseToBoostVeggiesAndFruit and tag us @fitkidsaurora.

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Leaders' Sustainability Forum a SUCCESS

Thank you to all of our supporters!

Thank you to all those who attended the Leaders' Sustainability Forum on November 30. The evening was filled with great food, conversation and a lively panel discussion. Check out the event photos on our Facebook page.

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Winter is coming...

Save money and energy while beating the chills of winter

As the crisp fall air turns to frosty winter chill, it's the perfect time to get ahead and have a Home Energy Assessment completed on your home. Our Registered Home Energy Experts can teach you how to banish drafty rooms, and restore the comfort of your home all while saving money and energy.

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The CMHC Green Home program

A home energy assessment could save you money on your mortgage loan insurance premium

Energy efficiency improvements to your home may qualify you for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Green Home premium refund. The CMHC Green Home program provides a mortgage loan insurance premium refund of up to 25% to borrowers who either buy, build or renovate for energy efficiency.

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Winter rules for broken furnaces

New rules for audits to save you from being left in the cold

The replacement of a broken furnace could qualify you for a $1,600 rebate. Program assessments may now be completed within three weeks of an emergency furnace replacement to save you from waiting in a no-heat situation.

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General Motors plans for an "all electric future"

20 new electric vehicles to be released by 2023

Automotive giant General Motors announced the fast-approaching end to internal combustion vehicles by committing to a zero-emissions future. Plans for two new electric cars will be available for purchase by 2018.

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Cozy up to colder weather

Prepare your home for Fall and Winter

Insulating your basement and walls, upgrading the attic, sealing leaks and drafts, and showing your furnace some TLC are all ways to prepare your home for colder weather. Have one of our Registered Home Energy Experts assess your home and learn how to reduce heating and cooling costs, and access available grants and incentives.

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New incentives for home energy upgrades

Electrically heated homes are eligible for an additional $4,000

Qualified home owners can now earn up to $6,355 in incentives for making eligible energy efficiency improvements to their homes through the Enbridge Home Energy Conservation Program. Additional incentives are now available for electrically heated homes.

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