Energy saving tips from Transition Brockville:
saveONenergy FOR HOME (Hydro One Networks)
Tools, tips, and incentives to reduce electricity consumption and save money.
Manage Your Energy Use (Enbridge)
Energy efficiency tips, rebates and incentive programs, renovations and upgrades, and more.
Home Winterproofing Program (Enbridge)
Take advantage of our free Home Winterproofing Program, keep your home warm and comfortable all winter, and save energy.
Office of Energy Efficiency (NRCAN)
Make your home more comfortable and reduce your energy costs.
Energy Efficient Products (NRCAN)
EnerGuide is the official Government of Canada mark associated with the labelling and rating of the energy consumption or energy efficiency of not only household appliances and room air conditioners, but also heating and ventilation equipment – such as gas and propane furnaces, air-to-air heat pumps, central air conditioners and gas fireplaces
Ministry of Energy (Ontario)
Saving Energy for Home — Incentives Programs for Home — Smart Meters and Time-of-Use Prices — Home Energy Audit — Fuel Prices – FIT and microFIT Program
Green Renovations (CMHC)
Find out how to make your home more energy-efficient and learn about alternate sources of home energy.
You don’t need to own a hybrid vehicle to be an eco-driver. You can significantly reduce your fuel consumption just by making small changes to the way you drive.
Provides Green Scores rating the environmental friendliness of every vehicle on market. Greenercars.org is part of the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
Garbage, Recycling & Composting (City of Brockville)
What goes where? Wy-Waste App. Drop-off locations. And more.
Take a few moments to complete this home assessment and get free expert advice. Make sure your home and loved ones will be safe during the coming storms.
The quiz estimates the amount of land and ocean area required to sustain your consumption patterns and absorb your wastes on an annual basis. After answering 27 easy questions you’ll be able to compare your Ecological Footprint to others’ and learn how to reduce your impact on the Earth.
The Climate-Friendly Gardener: A Guide to Combating Global Warming from the Ground Up, shows you how to reduce the impact of climate change in your own backyard.
Here is a list of resources that will help you determine whether companies are being upfront about their environmental claims.
This library contains a prioritized list of solutions for going green.
Suggestions for dealing with a deflationary scenario
Checklists for Emergency Preparedness (City of Ottawa)
From food and water to plans for your pets
In a coordinated effort between the City of Brockville and Emergency Management Ontario, we can provide you with the following information pertinent to emergency management situations.
The United Counties and the Emergency Management Program Committee are committed to promoting and encouraging public education and awareness of emergency planning. Our primary focus is encouraging individuals and their respective families to take actions to ensure personal emergency preparedness.
The “Get Prepared” campaign encourages Canadians to be prepared to cope on their own for at least the first 72 hours of an emergency, enabling first responders to focus on those in urgent need.
Start building resilience into your life today. Ensure that you, your family, and your community are as prepared and sustainably situated as possible so that you can enjoy a high quality of life regardless of how the future plays out.
Download and print these information sheets. They provide budget-friendly recipes, practical tips on saving money at the grocery store and healthy meal ideas that make the most of each ingredient.
Indulge your passion for taste and flavour – succulent produce, zesty preserves, delectable meats, carefully aged cheeses, mouth-watering baked goods, delicious honey, gourmet maple products, epicurean delights prepared by local chefs and the exciting discoveries at Farmers’ Markets, farm stores and farmgate stands.
Search the eDirectory of the Ontario Co-operative Association
Bringing the tools, information and expertise together to help each of us and all of us create a sustainable future in our lives and on the planet.
Tips developed by the 50 attendees during the workshop portion of the BCAG presentation on frugal living held March 2011.
OHEA promotes high professional standards among its members so that they may assist families and individuals to achieve and maintain a desirable quality of life.
Last updated: 2017-03-10