Ontario Home Energy Rebate Program

This Program makes it easy and affordable for you to improve the energy efficiency of your home, lower your energy bills and reduce your greenhouse gas emissions. If you’re a qualified homeowner, you can take advantage of valuable incentives for participating in the Program.

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Cap and Trade

How cap and trade affects you

In 2017, cap and trade will cost the average Ontario household about $13 more per month to fuel a car and heat a home. Read More

2016 Fall Forecast


Our final winter forecast will be released at 9:00 p.m. EDT on November 21. As we get closer to this date we will fine tune our forecast, but at this point we are expecting above normal snowfall for much of the Great Lakes region and southern Quebec. We also expect a snowy winter across Atlantic Canada, but not to the extent of what we saw during 2013-14 and 2014-15.

Near normal snowfall is expected in the Rockies and across the Canadian Prairies. Below normal snowfall is expected again along the South Coast of BC. An unanswered question as of yet is whether snow levels will be low enough in the coastal mountains to allow for a strong ski season despite the lack of snow at lower elevations. Read More