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Become Ontario’s next Long-Term Energy Plan consultant


October 17, 2016
By Anthony Capkun

Glenn Thibeault visited Holy Cross Elementary School in Sudbury, Ont., to launch consultations with a Grade 5 class of students who wrote him with questions about energy issues in Ontario. Photo courtesy Ontario Ministry of Energy.

October 17, 2016 – The Province of Ontario is seeking your input to help develop its next Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP).

“I invite individuals across Ontario to share their thoughts and ideas,” said energy minister Glenn Thibeault. “Working together to build this plan, I know we can ensure our system is more affordable and reliable for all.”

There are several ways you can get involved. First, visit Ontario.ca/EnergyTalks, then:

• Share your ideas starting today, October 17
• Attend one of the in-person consultations across the province
• Send in a written submission to the Environmental Registry

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PHOTO: Glenn Thibeault visited Holy Cross Elementary School in Sudbury, Ont., to launch consultations with a Grade 5 class of students who wrote him with questions about energy issues in Ontario. Photo courtesy Ontario Ministry of Energy.



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