The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) received $101,805 for new patient monitors from Hydro Ottawa today as a result of its successful 2016 Go Paperless campaign.
Amid a growing number of retirements facing the company, Hydro Ottawa continues to be regarded as a best employer for those in the earlier stages of their careers. For the fourth year in a row, the utility in the Nation’s Capital has been named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.
Recognizing that the weather is expected to get colder overnight, Hydro Ottawa is working with the City of Ottawa to ensure that residents affected by power outages get the help they need. The City of Ottawa has opened two warming centres where residents can seek shelter.
This west-end family was tired of climbing ladders to change light bulbs in their vaulted ceilings. With LED bulbs now installed, they can put the ladder away for 22 years.
Daniel SéguinManager, Media and Public Affairs