saveONenergy EXCHANGE EVENT taking place this weekend at Canadian Tire stores across Ontario

saveONenergy EXCHANGE EVENT taking place this weekend at Canadian Tire stores across Ontario
Posted on September 13, 2014 | Bob Chiarelli | Written on September 13, 2014
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Minister Chiarelli kicked off the appliance exchange program Friday where you can exchange your old dehumidifier for a $50 rebate at Canadian Tire this weekend.

Beginning Friday and running to Sunday, September 14, people across Ontario can bring in their old, inefficient dehumidifier to any Canadian Tire store and exchange it for a $50 coupon towards the purchase of a replacement ENERGY STAR® qualified dehumidifier as part of the Ontario Power Authority’s (OPA) saveONenergy EXCHANGE EVENT.

Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy, visited the Carling Avenue Canadian Tire in Ottawa to launch this weekend’s EXCHANGE EVENT.

In addition to saving $50 towards the purchase of a new energy-efficient appliance, participants may also enjoy additional ongoing savings of up to $50 per year in electricity costs when they replace their old unit with an ENERGY STAR® qualified one.

To be eligible for the exchange, old dehumidifiers must be at least 10 years of age or older and in working condition. Old appliances will be recycled and decommissioned responsibly.

Consumers can also print out coupons from the saveONenergy website to access additional energy-saving product discounts all year long.

Ontario continues to be a North American energy conservation leader. Ontario’s conservation efforts are helping families and businesses across the province become more active in reducing their energy consumption. Ontarians have conserved more than 2,400 megawatts of electricity since 2006 – the equivalent of powering more than 700,000 homes. 


“Ontario is proud to be putting conservation first. Conservation and energy efficiency efforts, like the saveONenergy EXCHANGE event, help Ontario families use less energy and manage their electricity costs,” says Bob Chiarelli, Minister of Energy.

“The saveONenergy EXCHANGE EVENT provides another energy-savings opportunity for Ontarians to manage their electricity costs,” says Andrew Pride, OPA’s Vice-President, Conservation. “This event demonstrates Canadian Tire’s continuing support for our province-wide conservation goals, as well as Ontarians’ commitment to a culture of conservation across Ontario.”

Find more information about the saveONenergy EXCHANGE EVENT.

Find more information about Ontario’s saveONenergy energy conservation programs at

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A well known figure in Ottawa, Bob Chiarelli is the former Mayor of Ottawa and Chair of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Ontario in 2010 in a byelection in... More