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Time for Action: Tackling energy poverty in Canada through energy efficiency

29 September - 1 October 2008

Courtyard Marriott Toronto Downtown

Register now for an exciting three-day conference that will look at how energy efficiency can help relieve the burden of rising energy costs for Canada's low-income households. Registration limited to 250 delegates.

Conference fees:
Government and Private Sector Rate: $724.50 CAD ($690 + $34.50 GST)
Non-Profit Organization Rate: $483 CAD ($460 + $23 GST)
Full-Time Student Rate: $241.50 CAD ($230 + $11.50 GST)

This three day conference presented by Green Communities Canada will bring together delegates from across Canada to identify effective and innovative ways to improve energy efficiency in low-income housing, and develop a roadmap for a national low-income energy efficiency partnership.

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Community Economic Development Assistant - Ontario

CCEDNet is looking for a full-time bilingual CED Assistant based at our regional office in Toronto, Ontario. This position is funded in part by the government of Canada and, as such, the following criteria applies:


Criteria for candidates include:

• between the ages of 15 and 30 inclusively at the time of selection

• a Canadian citizen, or a permanent resident, or a protected person within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

• legally entitled to work in Canada

Start Date: 
Wed, 09/17/2008
10 Sep 2008


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