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Posted by Anonymous | April 20, 2007
Posted by Anonymous | March 29, 2007
Lighting up the Yukon was a lot easier than we southeners had thought it would be. And that's completely because of the amazing people that we worked with while we were there. The folks at the Energy Solutions Centre were a font of knowledge and enthusiasm (and let us work in an office with a wicked mountain view - we don't get that in Ottawa...).
Posted by Anonymous | February 20, 2007
Despite the mildly chilly weather (minus 35 today with the wind in Whitehorse!), volunteers in the Yukon have been getting a tremendous number of bulbs out to their friends and neighbours. There are only a few days left in the main portion of our campaign, so if you're in the neighbourhood, drop by the Energy Solutions Centre and pick up your bulb!
Posted by Stuart | February 13, 2007
We have 10,000 bulbs for Yukon residents. That's $500,000 in energy savings. We need help to get these bulbs out street-by-street in the communities beyond Whitehorse. Boxes of 100 bulbs are being sent to the communities by the Energy Solutions Centre. The boxes also include delivery bags, hats, pins... everything you need to deliver bulbs. All we need are volunteers.
Posted February 13, 2007 by Dan
Stuart discusses Porchlight and our Yukon campaign on CBC Radio.
- listen to the interview (MP3 file, about 4 megs)
Official launch: Project Porchlight volunteers to distribute 10,000 energy-efficient light bulbs across the Yukon
Posted February 13, 2007 by Anonymous
Posted by Stuart | February 12, 2007
How many light bulbs does it take to change the Yukon? 10,000.
How many does it take to save $50. One.
Drop by the Visitor Information Centre tomorrow (Tuesday) at 4 PM to be among the first to get a free Project Porchlight compact fluorescent bulb (CFL).
Posted by Dan | February 11, 2007
While the people of Project Porchlight spread out across Canada for launches this week in Thunder Bay, Ontario and Whitehorse, Yukon, I thought I'd get caught up on our most recent media coverage.