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Ontario is helping reduce electricity costs for families, businesses and farms. As of January 1, 2017, introduced an 8% rebate for Ontarians. Read more about this program…
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Prepare an Emergency Supplies Kit that includes:
flashlights, batteries, candles and matches
non-perishable foods (canned or dried)
battery powered radio to hear storm updates
batter powered sump pump back up
spare tank of propane for cooking on your BBQ or heating water
a basic phone not requiring hydro
|DON’T WAIT UNTIL IT’S TOO LATE
Planning and preparing ahead is one of the best ways to keep your home and family safe during an emergency. You should plan ahead for a power outage in the same way that you’d prepare for any emergency.
||As Severe Weather is Approaching
|STAFF WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Staff members with special needs require extra planning and consideration in the event of a power emergency. Develop a plan for emergencies that takes their needs into consideration.
Turn off fixtures/appliances that will turn themselves back on automatically when power is restored (lights, computers, televisions etc…). Once power is restored, turn appliances back on one at a time.