Prevent damage to buried utility lines with a free and simple locate service.
Keeping you safe
Always use chargers specifically designed for your electronics. Learn how to charge your devices safely.
Apply for a free annual permit to drive or tow farm equipment that exceeds 4.8 metres in height.
Check your natural gas meter regularly for snow and ice build-up.
Keep the area around these vents clear year-round for safe operation of the equipment.
It’s important to know how to recognize the warning signs of a natural gas leak and take the necessary steps to ensure safety.
Before you venture out on the ice, check the weather and avoid going on the ice on warm or stormy days. Measure clear hard ice in several places.
While many of us continue to work or take online courses from home for the time being, now is a good time to take a moment to keep your home as safe as possible.
Many of us are shopping online more than ever. But with that comes an almost limitless number of sellers looking for your money and offering low prices for a variety of electrical products.
We all rely on our phones to stay in touch with family and friends. Here are some tips to keep your phone charged when the power goes out.