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SPPA and its Sustainable Energy Policy program would like to invite you to join us in launching the most recent publication of ISEMA: Perspectives on Innovation, Science and the Environment. The student-run, peer-reviewed academic journal is celebrating its landmark 10th anniversary edition, which showcases some of the very best work from … Continue reading
The SIGNALS Executive would love to invite you out to an evening of complimentary food and drinks and great conversation (and some trivia!) on Friday September 11, from 5:30 – 8 pm. Food will be served at 6, with trivia kicking off … Continue reading
Our friends at Stratos Inc. have forwarded us a great opportunity for this fall! See the attached pdf for more details: Stratos Fall Intern Position_for Sept 2015
Please stay tuned for important updates on upcoming SIGNALS events in 2015.
Tickets Sales Extended! We are in our final few days to buy tickets for the 13th Annual SIGNALS Banquet. Tickets sales have been extended until noon on Tuesday, January 20th. SIGNALS hopes you can join us and Gord Miller at the Banquet on Friday the 23rd!
With just under two weeks to go until the 13th Annual SIGNALS Banquet (buy tickets here!), SIGNALS invites you to learn more about our exciting keynote speaker: Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario. Gord has been the ECO since 2000. When … Continue reading
And so the SIGNALS site keeps on growing: we’re now happy to tell you about our new Banquet History page. Ever wondered what speakers we hosted in years past? Now you can. All this to say, don’t forget to get … Continue reading
Seasons Greetings, The SIGNALS Network Executive Team would like to wish you a safe and fun holiday season. As our gift to you, we have extended the 13th Annual Signals Banquet early bird ticket price until 11:59pm on January 6, 2015. … Continue reading
So it’s that time of year everyone… time to get excited about the SIGNALS Banquet! Tickets are now available at the early bird price of $45. Get them here or at the “Signals Banquet” link in the menu above. And … Continue reading
Surveys repeatedly tell us that the majority of consumers value energy efficient features in their homes, yet the majority of new homes in Canada are built to the minimum standards required by the Building Code. Why is there such a … Continue reading