At Ontario Power Generation, we have spent decades protecting and nurturing Ontario’s biodiversity. It’s a fundamental part of our operations, and our longstanding commitment to Ontario's natural habitats has made us a recognized leader in biodiversity protection.
See how our company-wide efforts follow the "Four R's" of Biodiversity, and extend beyond the boundaries of Ontario.
“4 Rs” of biodiversity
OPG protects ecologically significant areas
OPG works to rebuild damaged or degraded habitats
We fight to replace the natural habitats Ontario has lost
OPG works to recover at-risk species in each habitat
Protecting the Minesing Wetlands, the Everglades of the north
Just 12 kilometres west of Barrie, sits one of the largest and least disturbed wetland areas remaining in southern Ontario.Read more
Nanticoke wetland is a gift that keeps on giving
At the former site of North America’s largest coal generating station, a five-acre wetland continues to play a vital role.Read more
OPG’s Niagara Operations home to one of Canada’s largest bee colonies
Believe it or not, OPG’s sites in the Niagara region are home to one of the largest bee colonies in Canada.Read more