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Communities and partners

 Communities and partners

This Tyto alba alba (Latin for barn owl) is named Sonic. He amazed kids @ Tuesdays on the Trail. Thx @EarthRangers.

Thu Jul 28 18:07:17

#TBT Two dapper, young power plant operators strike a pose in St. Thomas, ON, 1911.

Thu Jul 28 17:14:46

#WednesdayWisdom Get in the know on #DarlingtonRefurb by visiting #TheMoreYouKnow

Wed Jul 27 18:07:41

 OPG in the Community

OPG has generating stations in communities across Ontario from Kenora to Cornwall. Our history of service goes back for more than 100 years. 

As a publicly-owned generator, OPG strives to be an engaged and productive community member, helping to contribute to host community well-being. We believe this is an essential part of being a good corporate citizen and neighbour. 

Through the Corporate Citizenship Program (CCP), OPG demonstrates this commitment by providing support to over 900 grassroots host community charitable and non-profit initiatives annually.  

CCP operates on the premise that grassroots partnerships help to build stronger, safer and healthier communities.

The program focuses support in these areas: 

  • Environment;
  • Education; and
  • Community (health and safety, arts and culture, youth amateur sport, humanitarian and local causes) including support of Indigenous initiatives.

With average annual program community investment totalling $2.45 million, and 80 per cent of OPG’s contributions between $100 and $2,500, OPG ensures funds reach a broad spectrum of need and leverage good value.

We are proud of our commitment to encourage and support the important work of our community partners. It is the effort and initiative of these groups and organizations that help make Ontario a great place to live and truly demonstrates the power of community.

To learn more about OPG's citizenship performance and commitment, please read our Corporate Citizenship Program Summary Reports listed to the right on this page.