Reminder: OEB Stakeholder Forum on TransCanada’s Energy East Proposal, January 29-30

From the Ontario Energy Board.

On January 29th and 30th, the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) will be hosting a stakeholder forum in Ottawa as part of its province-wide consultation on the potential impacts, both positive and negative, of TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline in Ontario. The purpose of this forum is to give members of the Province-wide Stakeholder Group the opportunity to make brief presentations that specifically address the province-wide impacts of TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline. The forum will be open to the public attendance. Additional details about the stakeholder forum are available in the agenda.

If you are unable to attend either day of the Stakeholder Forum in-person you can view and listen to the presentation, and provide written comments and questions online. Day 1 will begin on January 29th at 9:00am and end at 5:30pm. Day 2 will begin on January 30th at 9:00am and end at 11:30am.  On both days you will be able to login in at 8:50am.

Detailed Sign-In Instructions for Online Stakeholder Forum

Stakeholder Forum – Day 1 (January 29th)
9:00am – 5:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn, Ballroom
2400 Alert Road, Ottawa
Link to Online Stakeholder Forum – Day 1
Stakeholder Forum – Day 2 (January 30th)
9:00am – 11:30am
Hilton Garden Inn, Ballroom
2400 Alert Road, Ottawa
Link to Online Stakeholder Forum – Day 2

Along with the stakeholder forum, the OEB is hosting seven community discussions, seven meetings with First Nation communities, and a meeting with Métis communities. Ontarians can provide their perspectives through a written submission, in addition to attending a meeting. The deadline for written submission is Friday, February 6th, 2015.

For more information on the OEB Energy East Consultation and Review, including the First Nation and Métis meetings, the stakeholder forum and written submissions, visit or contact our third-party facilitator at: or 416-572-4365.

Please contact if you require meeting materials in an alternate accessible format, the use of any assistive devices or any other special considerations while attending a community discussion.


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