Celebrating new solar at the Old Railroad Stop

  Bullfrog Power and BASF join the Hiawatha First Nation in unveiling a new solar installation on the community’s flagship business and gathering place On the shores of Rice Lake in Ontario sits The Old Railroad Stop. A central gathering place for members of the Hiawatha First Nation since the 1850s. The Old Railroad Stop…

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The Boundless School heals through the environment

  For many Ontario teens, a 600-acre stretch of wilderness in the Ottawa Valley is a place of healing and growth. The verdant grounds of The Boundless School are like a second home to young people who struggle with mental health issues and lack the resources to thrive in regular classrooms. Under the guidance of…

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Atlantic Central chooses 100 per cent green energy for entire operations with Bullfrog Power

Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 22, 2018—Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, is pleased to announce Atlantic Central, the trade association for credit unions in Atlantic Canada, is choosing 100 per cent renewable electricity for its entire operations, which includes offices in Halifax, N.S., Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Riverview, N.B. By supporting green energy with Bullfrog…

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Congratulations to Canada’s Clean50 Award winners!

Clean50 Award Winners

Every year, the Clean50 Awards—organized by the Delta Management Group—recognize those people driving forward innovation in sustainable business in Canada. Executives and emerging leaders crossing industries, academia and government who have made outstanding contributions to clean capitalism are recognized for accomplishments made in the previous two years. The Clean50 are nominated in one of 16…

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Celebrating International Credit Union Day

Guest blog Bernard Gillis, CEO Provincial Credit Union Did you know that today is International Credit Union Day? Celebrated every third Thursday of October since 1948, International Credit Union Day celebrates the spirit of the global credit union movement and its dedication to community and the environment. We are a credit union: a financial institution…

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OrcaLab now runs on solar power—thanks to the Bullfrog community!

Orcas

This summer, the world stopped and paid attention as Tahlequah—or J35—carried her dead calf 1,500 kms along the northeastern Pacific Ocean. In September, another member of Tahlequah’s pod—J50, nicknamed Scarlet—died despite the extreme efforts of Canadian and U.S. conservation teams to save her life. We can no longer ignore the environmental challenges putting orcas—considered endangered…

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Wolfville Farmers’ Market launches town’s largest solar installation

Patrons of the Wolfville Farmers’ Market celebrate the launch of a 20 kW solar installation.   Bullfrogpowered community of homes and businesses supports new green energy project Wolfville, N.S., September 26, 2018—Today, the Wolfville Farmers’ Market is unveiling a new solar installation, the largest in the town, which will power the Market year-round. The 20…

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Snapshots from Kluane First Nation

Earlier this summer, Bullfrog Power joined the Kluane First Nation for the groundbreaking ceremony of its wind farm. When completed, the wind farm—which Bullfrog is supporting—will make the First Nation the first independent power producer in the Territory. Read the full announcement. Bullfrog’s Dave Borins captured the beauty of the Kluane First Nation and its…

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Solar shines on a new path for Heiltsuk Nation

Photo credit: Qqs Projects Society Qqs Projects Society and Bullfrog Power are excited to announce the launch of a 7.3 kW solar rooftop project at the Koeye River Youth Camp on Campbell Island, B.C. The new project is helping power the camp’s facilities with renewable energy and signifies the community’s shift to clean power. The…

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Five reasons you need to go to Beau’s Oktoberfest

Person at Beau's Oktoberfest event

We’re excited about Beau’s Brewing Co.’s upcoming Oktoberfest celebration, but don’t let them fool you — it’s actually in September! That’s not the only eyebrow raising feature of the independent Canadian brewer’s annual event, so we wanted to pick the brain of our own Beau’s Superfan to hear his top reasons to attend.

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