Wildrose Industries has constructed their first solar farm in Manitou. This 5kW farm is located near the enterance to the inner harbour and the Massey Estate on former residential property. The energy produced will be used to power nearby oil operations and lighting around the Massey Estate historical site.
The Regional Municipality of Manitou has commenced an aggressive program to develop solar power across the city. The panels will be installed on the top of all buildings throughout the Meaford Market Mall and Midland. The energy produced will be used to power street lighting, security lighting, and other auxiliary systems decreasing our dependency on the nuclear facility for power.
Council has been discussing the possibility of returning the city to renewable energy sources and selling the nuclear energy to other cities to generate revenue. If development of 'green energy' proceeds in the city it is expected to cost approximately twenty five hundred prims per region. Council will vote on the motion in June 2017.
And I didn't even have to shamelessly plug my blog in a "serious discussion" about grid statistics because you're already reading it. Winter for the win!
For the less worldly out there, this is called a "meme" ...
And this is an example of a "LOLcats" ... which is also a meme, but more commonly referred to as an "LOL cats" because of one key feature... can anyone guess what that is?
And, a less specific example of "LOL cats" meme would be...
the key factor is that "LOL cats" memes would actually have a picture of a cat in them and not, for example sake, a baby, an actor, teletubbies or, I don't know, something silly like a little girl running with a marker.
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Donations to Fundraisers 2017:
Hendrix tribute concert
Terry Fox Foundation MC$2,500 (plus MC$2,500 Manitou Tourism)
Rush tribute concert for Kidney foundation, MC$2,500 (plus MC$2,500 Manitou Tourism)
Kevin M. Klerks, Editor
(aka Winter Silversmith)