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Happening: Hydro Ottawa helps fund energy retrofits with United Way agencies
Hydro Ottawa and United Way Ottawa have earmarked money so local frontline agencies helping the homeless can cut their power use. The grants, awarded Thursday, will help the groups retrofit their operations and cut operating costs so more money can go to frontline programs. More than $132,000 will come from Hydro Ottawa’s Brighter Tomorrows Fund […]
Published Oct 2, 2014 at 2:03pm
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