Barbeque to spark interest in saving energy

Organizers of the barbeque hope more will sign up. (Photo by Chris Pimentel)

By Chris Pimentel Writer The First Nation Conservation Program held a barbeque at Veterans Park on Friday to help promote a program that is trying to lower energy costs for houses on Six Nations. “I think the biggest thing people cant believe is that it’s all done for free.” said Linda Porter. At the barbeque a total of 20 people signed up according to Porter with about 30 other applications handed out. But despite the barbeque and other events Porter says the most effective way that people have heard about the program is word of mouth. “They see their neighbours getting new appliances and then they ask questions and it will eventually lead them back to our website to get them signed up.” said Porter. The program is aiming to…

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