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Conditions have improved for Canada’s largest freshwater fish, a threatened species in Ontario, to stage a potential comeback.
Over his 33 years at OPG/Ontario Hydro, Gerry has seen biodiversity go from a poorly understood term to the forefront of the company’s identity.
Two mated peregrine falcons have called our Pickering station home since 2013.
OPG partnered with South Nation Conservation on a three-year project to increase biodiversity and habitats in eastern Ontario wetlands.
A group of high school shop students is building homes for birds and ducks around OPG’s Lennox Generating Station.
The recently completed project to refurbish OPG's Pump Generating Station presented an unexpected hurdle.
Since 2000, OPG's regional biodiversity program has planted more than 6.5 million native trees and shrubs.
Filmmaker Peter Shatalow has documented the restocking of Atlantic Salmon to Lake Ontario and its streams.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Electricity demand is measured in kilowatt hours. The typical person uses about 800 kWh per month.
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