Please join us in congratulating the Cities of Mississauga, Ontario and Moncton, New Brunswick for their first place finish in the Town Hall Challenge!
These Canadian Municipalities took part in the Town Hall Challenge, 20 by ’15!
- City of Barrie, ON
- Town of Caledon, ON
- City of Gatineau, QC
- City of Mississauga, ON
- City of Moncton, NB
- City of Oshawa, ON
- Region of Peel, ON
- Town of Richmond Hill, ON
- City of Toronto, ON
- City of Windsor, ON
“I am happy to see that our City Hall performed so well in this challenge. The recognition is a testament to our commitment to reducing our corporate environmental footprint and being financially sustainable” said Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside.
“We were very pleased to perform so well in the Town Hall Challenge. We asked that our community find ways to become more sustainable in their businesses and homes and it’s essential that we as a municipality lead by example,” said Doug Dickerson, Deputy Mayor and Chair of the Sustainable Pickering Advisory Committee.
Why Town Halls?
City and town halls are at the heart of every municipality, and should be their flagships of sustainability.
Town Halls have the profile and energy consumption to be seen and make a difference.
Think your Town Hall is too old or too different?
The initial round of benchmarking showed no correlation between age and energy performance. We can all do it. There are no excuses!
Download our Town Hall Challenge White Paper
The Town Hall Challenge 20 by ’15, its methodology and targets have been peer reviewed by some of the most respected energy experts in Canada. The scientific underpinning of the Challenge is explained in the Town Hall Challenge White Paper, which can be downloaded here: