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Helping New Brunswickers reduce energy costs, cut pollution

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | news releases

Today, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, announced that the Government of Canada is supporting New Brunswick to make significant progress on carrying out its Enhanced Energy Savings Program—a program designed to help homeowners make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes


Governments of Canada and Ontario join together to announce funding and collaboration for conservation areas in Ontario

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | media advisories

Media representatives are advised that Adam van Koeverden, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, on behalf of the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, will make a funding announcement to support conservation areas in Ontario, while committing to significant collaboration toward the Government of Canada’s goal of protecting 30 percent of land and water by 2030.


UPDATE: Minister Guilbeault to travel to New Brunswick to make a funding announcement for a clean electricity project through the Future Electricity Fund

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | media advisories

Media representatives are advised that the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, will be in New Brunswick on March 11, 2024, to participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the commissioning of a Tesla Megapack battery storage system, followed by a photo opportunity for the media.


Government of Canada announces draft rules to cut pollutants that cause smog in communities across Canada

| Environment and Climate Change Canada | news releases

Today, Environment and Climate Change Canada and Health Canada announced the draft regulations to further reduce emissions from the petroleum sector of harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which are airborne pollutants that contribute to smog. They are also major contributors to cancer, respiratory diseases, and premature death. These harmful VOCs include benzene and come from storage tanks and loading equipment at petroleum refineries, upgraders, petrochemical facilities, terminals, and other bulk fuel facilities across Canada.


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