Ottawa to invest in renewable fuel projects for remote communities

Maria Church
February 10, 2017
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Feb. 10, 2017 - The federal government is planning to spend $50 million to help remote, mostly Indigenous communities build renewable fuel projects and end their dependence on diesel fuel.


CBC is reporting that the upcoming federal budget has earmarked these funds for projects that produce hydro, solar, wind or biomass energy.

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0 #3 Giovanni Manca 2017-02-15 17:15
http://www.hilltimes.com/2017/02/15/96358/96358

Why not give this to Northern Ontario Transportation Commission to service Hudson Bay as a search and rescue and also as a distribution vessel of bio mass to all the communities in the region of Hudson bay.
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0 #2 Giovanni Manca 2017-02-15 16:51
Now how are you planning to ship all the Wood Pellets to the towns in the North.. Suggestion People ... It can be transferred to the Province of Ontario so that it can be used in Hudson Bay as a search and rescue vessel and also as a supply ship to the small towns all along the Hudson Bay Region. The North could use a Port in Moosonne to serve that remote area no need to waste money. Simply re distribute the goods with in the country to make it better. from federal to provincial working together with the goods we have. Let be proactive and Sent this to the Liberal, the conservative, the NDP and lets get it done as a social pro active and positive effort to make Ontario's North represented. no need to cry over split milk as long as there is enough to feed everyone. See her in action Tracy the Canadian Coast guard ship.http://www .hilltimes.com/ 2017/02/15/9635 8/96358
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0 #1 Iuliean Hornet 2017-02-15 14:28
Ottawa congratulate financial support for biomass sector. We are positive and especially the use of renewable biomass from residues and waste without logging of forests. We support these actions with technologies and equipment.
  www.ecohornet.ro
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