The delivery phase of “Mana-cha-toon Wash-ti-ni-gun,” or “Conserve the Light,” Energy Conservation Kits began on Sept. 7, 2007 at Thunder Bay Airport. The Conserve the Light project is an Energy Efficiency & Conservation Measures for Aboriginal Communities (EEMAC) program funded by the Ontario Power Authority.

ECO undertook all phases of the project’s media relations, which

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was covered by local and Northern Ontario media, First Nations media and the Canadian Press. The project involved sending 23,000 Conserve the Light kits to over 100 on-reserve First Nations communities in Ontario, including fly-in communities. Each kit included easy-to-install compact florescent light (CFL) bulbs, faucet aerators, pipe wraps, fridge and freezer thermometers, a low flow shower head, an outdoor timer for Christmas lights or your car in the winter, and other devices that would result in immediate reductions in energy use.