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2013 EcoCalendar now available

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The Manitoba government’s 2013 EcoCalendar, featuring tips on sustainable living and ways to save money, is now available for free across the province.

The calendar, created by Green Manitoba, a special operating agency of the Manitoba government, aims to teach Manitobans what they can do to make help make a "cleaner, greener and healthier Manitoba."

"By taking the time to do little things that make a difference, we can make big changes in how our actions affect the environment," said Conservation Minister Gord Mackintosh in a release.

The calendar also supports TomorrowNow, Manitoba’s Green Plan, an eight-year strategic plan introduced in June that encourages Manitobans to work together to protect the environment.

The calendar is available at a number of local businnesees including Safeway stores and Salisbury House restaurants as well as Manitoba Hydro offices and most municipal and provincial government buildings. 

dave.baxter@freepress.mb.ca

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Updated on Monday, November 26, 2012 at 4:43 PM CST: Removes link to old calendar.

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