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Posted by Dan | December 22, 2008
Thanks to the dedication of more than 1,100 volunteers and with funding from SaskPower Eneraction, the Project Porchlight team successfully distributed more than 200,000 free compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs to residents door-to-door and at more than 100 community events across Saskatchewan during the fall of 2008!
Posted December 18, 2008 by OneChange
Theresa Sokyrka was moments away from boarding a plane at a Toronto airport last Wednesday when she got a call saying the party she was slotted to perform at on behalf of Project Porchlight in Saskatoon was cancelled by SaskPower.
Posted by Amanda | December 10, 2008
Project Porchlight staff has grown accustomed to many things while delivering bulbs over the last couple years. Trudging through the snow. Facing blistering winds. Wearing bright green apparel. Now, our Saskatchewan crew is well-versed in the art of weaving around cows to distribute CFLs.
Posted November 28, 2008 by OneChange
Media are invited to join Project Porchlight, a national energy-conservation campaign, on Friday, November 28 during an energy-efficient bulb blitz in downtown Saskatoon. This fall, Project Porchlight volunteers are delivering 75,000 free compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs to residents of Saskatoon, as part of a 200,000-bulb province-wide campaign.
Posted November 24, 2008 by OneChange
The award-winning, energy-efficiency campaign, Project Porchlight, is working from the grass-roots in communities across Saskatchewan to spread the message that simple actions can make a big difference when it comes to conserving energy and helping the environment.
Posted November 21, 2008 by Jeff
Meadow Lake town councilors were introduced to Project Porchlight at last Monday’s regular meeting. Bryan Moriarty, regional manager of OneChange for Prince Albert and Northern Saskatchewan presented to council on the campaign.
He said the not for profit organization is bringing the campaign to communities across Saskatchewan this fall.
Posted by Amanda | November 19, 2008
Larry Gall believes that the way to get things done is by going out and doing it. And he’s keen to pass that message on to future generations.
Posted by Amanda | November 17, 2008
Glen Trites of Senator Myles Venne School has been teaching the Grade 10 Energy and Mines course for six years. Part of the program’s mandate is to explore how we can reduce energy consumption, and to examine alternative energy sources.