In The Community

We’re Alberta-proud, and committed to creating positive change where we live and work. Being active in your community is important to us and is an integral part of our business. 

We will be at a number of community trade shows across our service territory in 2019. We will list them here as they become available.

FortisAlberta has partnered with Earth Rangers, a Canadian environmental education and conservation non-profit aimed specifically at youth to educate children and their families about biodiversity. Earth Rangers will be visiting over 30 schools in our service territory to ask students to “Flip the Switch” for energy conservation. The Earth Rangers school assembly is an exciting and captivating school-wide presentation complete with live animals, interactive games, compelling videos and two enthusiastic presenters. 

The schools visited this year are:

  • Muriel Clayton, Airdrie
  • Coopers Crossing, Airdrie
  • Holy Spirit Academy, High River
  • Spitzee ES, High River
  • Cochrane Christian Academy, Cochrane
  • RancheView School, Cochrane
  • Crossfield Elementary, Crossfield
  • Kathryn School, Kathryn
  • St Thomas Aquinas, Provost
  • Provost Public School, Provost
  • Sacred Heart School, Wetaskiwin
  • École Lacombe Upper Elementary School, Lacombe
  • Beacon Hill Elementary School, Sylvan Lake
  • Eldorado Elementary, Drayton Valley
  • Christ the King Academy, Brooks
  • St John Paul II, Stony Plain
  • Hay Lakes ES, Hay Lakes
  • Edwin Parr Composite High School, Athabasca
  • Whispering Hills PS, Athabasca
  • Ecole G.H. Primeau, Morinville
  • Camilla School, Sturgeon County
  • Muir Lake, Parkland County
  • St Patrick School, Camrose
  • Tomahawk School, Tomahawk
  • Pine Street ES, Sherwood Park
  • Ecole Barrhead ES, Barrhead
  • St Anthonys, Drayton Valley
  • Eckville Elementary, Eckville
  • Ecole James S. McCormick School, Lacombe
  • Jennie Emery Elementary, Coaldale

Our Save Energy Grant program assists with a variety of energy efficiency initiatives to support municipalities, including schools and businesses within our service territory. These grants range in the amount of $1,000 to $5,000, depending on the amount requested and the total cost of the project. 

Save Energy Grant presented to Cochrane High School

FortisAlberta has partnered with Earth Rangers, a Canadian environmental education and conservation non-profit aimed specifically at youth to educate children and their families about biodiversity. Earth Rangers will be visiting over 30 schools in our service territory to ask students to “Flip the Switch” for energy conservation. The Earth Rangers school assembly is an exciting and captivating school-wide presentation complete with live animals, interactive games, compelling videos and two enthusiastic presenters. 

Prepare for an Outage

Prepare for an Outage

Create an emergency kit. It’s a good idea to be prepared for a minimum of three days without electricity.

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