April 11, 2011 (Cornwall, Ontario) - Cornwall Electric has donated $40,000 towards the main rink score clock for Cornwall’s new Three-Plus One Centre. The centre is a premier community complex where hockey, soccer and tennis may be played all under one roof.
“Our Company is an integral part of the Cornwall community and is proud to make this donation” said Michael Pescod, Regional Manager of Cornwall Electric. “A state of the art facility like this is a welcome addition for the community. This amenities centre is a benefit to the entire community supporting active and healthy lifestyles as well as stimulating the local economy when hosting sporting events.”
Cornwall Electric supplies electricity to 23,300 customers in the City of Cornwall, South Glengarry, South Stormont, and the Ontario portion of the Mohawk Territory of Akwesasne. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of FortisOntario. FortisOntario has operations in electricity distribution and transmission and serves approximately 65,000 customers located in Fort Erie, Port Colborne, Cornwall, Gananoque and the Algoma district and meets a peak demand of 296 MW. FortisOntario is 100% owned by Fortis Inc. of St. John’s, Newfoundland. For more information on FortisOntario, please visit the corporate website at www.fortisontario.com.
For further information, please contact:
Mr. Michael Pescod
Phone: (613) 932-0123 Ext. 4228
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