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Join the biggest hour for Earth on March 23

Join the biggest hour for Earth on March 23

On March 23 at 8:30 p.m., switch off your lights and spend 60 minutes doing something for the planet!   

Since 2007, Earth Hour has been known as the “lights off” moment and is held annually to encourage individuals, communities, and businesses to turn off non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol of commitment to the planet.  

How to take part in Earth Hour? 

You can participate by learning about our earth, reconnecting with nature, restoring our planet, and inspiring others to care for it. From spending time outside to getting your hands dirty and motivating those around you, browse activities you can do during Earth Hour. 

One great way to help restore the planet is to save energy and conserve water. Check out our guide offering nearly one hundred energy and water conservation tips or call us at 613-546-1181 and dial extension 2765 to discuss how you can take part  

How will you help create the #BiggestHourForEarth?