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Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario to open Regional Science Fair in Timmins

Friday, March 23rd 2007 1:09:52pm

(Timmins, Ontario)  Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario, will join representatives from the City of Timmins, local school boards, and teachers and students from across North Eastern Ontario to open the 2007 Regional Science Fair.  The kick-off takes place at École Secondaire Catholique Thériault on Thursday, March 29, 2007 at 6 PM.

The Regional Science Fair is an annual event that brings together over 250 of the best and brightest Grade 7 to 12 Science students of North Eastern Ontario.  It is part of Science and Technology Week (March 26 to 30) which is themed Taking Care of Our Earth, in conjunction with International Polar Year.

Mr. Love will join Patricia Morin, Chief Zoologist at the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat, at the official opening.  He will talk about creating a culture of conservation in Ontario and the relationship between energy efficiency and climate change.


Official opening of 2007 Regional Science Fair with Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario


Thursday, March 29, 2007 at 6 PM


École Secondaire Catholique Thériault, 341 boulevard Thériault, Timmins, Ontario

WHO :  

    * Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario
    * Patricia Morin, Chief Zoologist, Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat
    * Representatives from City of Timmins and local school boards, students and teachers from schools across North Eastern Ontario

For more information, contact:

Barton Sala, OPA, (416) 969-6009
Yasmine Glanville, OPA, (416) 969-6305

Antoine Garwah, President, Science Timmins Inc., (705) 268-7283

Science Timmins is a non-profit registered charitable organization whose objective is to promote science and technology in Northeastern Ontario from James Bay to North Bay and from the Quebec Border to Hornepayne.

The Conservation Bureau is an office of the Ontario Power Authority. It was established in 2005 to develop, coordinate and stimulate electricity conservation and demand management by planning, designing, and implementing comprehensive programs that foster a culture of conservation across the province.

The Polar Bear Habitat in Cochrane, Ontario is the only polar bear rehabilitation facility in the world dedicated to polar bear conservation and elducation.