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August 06, 2009
Cleaner Environment, Better Future
Dear Constituent,

Summer is my favourite time to enjoy the natural world around us. Despite this summer's weather, the singing birds and lush greenery all remind me how precious is our environment.

This month I'm writing to you about how our government is helping to preserve Canada's ecosystems for our children and grandchildren by keeping our air clean and our water clear from pollution.

We're setting new rules for the use of dangerous chemicals, cofounding a new global partnership to advance carbon capture technology, and helping thousands of homeowners make their houses more eco-friendly.

I've included more information about these and more initiatives below for you if you're interested.

As always, if you have any questions or wish to share your thoughts, please never hesitate to get in touch with me.

All the best,

- Dave

Helpful Links

Save money while you save the environment: Incentives and Rebates for You

Up-to-date Food Recalls and Allergy Alerts

Help Choosing A Career

Official Website of Canada's Monarchy

The Universal Child Care Benefit

Protecting our Environment

Chemicals Management Plan:

We've already reached the halfway point in assessing 200 high-priority substances for their threat to human health and the environment. Our goal is to make sure that hazardous substances are managed safely.

For more detailed information - click here.

Global Carbon Capture & Storage Institute:

Canada has cofounded the Global Carbon Capture and Storage Institute along with the United States, Japan, Norway, and 16 other leading nations. The Institute will be a centre of expertise and help to speed along the deployment of carbon capture and storage projects to reduce greenhouse gasses.

To find out how - click here.

Eco-Friendly Home Renovations:

For a limited time, grants to homeowners through the ecoENERGY Retrofit program will be increased by 25% to encourage even more eco-friendly home renovations. Additionally the new Home Renovation Tax Credit can be applied for even more savings.

For more detailed information - click here.

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