Union Gas Supports Conservation And Energy Awareness Programs With A $2,500 Grant to THEMUSEUM

Waterloo, ON, October 6, 2017 - Union Gas continues to support conservation and energy awareness programs for children in the Waterloo region with a $2,500 grant to THEMUSEUM.

THEMUSEUM Cheque Presentation

David Marskell, ceo, THEMUSEUM & Murray Costello, district manager Waterloo/Brantford, Union Gas

"At Union Gas, we're dedicated to the environment and to energy conservation programs," Murray Costello, district manager Waterloo/Brantford, Union Gas. "That's why we're proud to continue our support of the important work that THEMUSEUM is doing to help educate our youth."

Through hands-on activities, the Kids Inspiring Change program provides grade one students with the opportunity to learn about solar power, energy conservation and the importance of the sun. Last year, over 800 students participated in the Kids Inspiring Change program.

"Community partnerships like this are at the heart of THEMUSEUM" says David Marskell, ceo, THEMUSEUM. "It's amazing to see partners invested in engaging our young people about a topic that impacts us all. Waterloo Region really needs increased programming and discussion on the environment and conservation and I'm grateful that Union Gas is making that happen."

About Union Gas
Union Gas Limited is a major Canadian natural gas storage, transmission and distribution company based in Ontario with over 100 years of experience and service to customers. The distribution business serves about 1.5 million residential, commercial and industrial customers in more than 400 communities across Ontario. Union Gas is one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for 2017, and has assets of $8.2 billion and approximately 2,300 employees.  For more information, visit uniongas.com.

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For more information, contact:

Union Gas Limited
David Primorac
External Communications and Media Relations
Ph: 519 436-4600 ext. 5002058

David Marskell
Ph: 519 749-9387 ext.231

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