Charles Lefebvre

Environment Minister Shannon Phillips announces that Canadian Solar will partner with Conklin Métis Local 193 on three solar power contracts to supply 55 percent of the Alberta government's electricity needs. (L to R:) Shirley Tremblay, president of Conklin Metis Local 193, Ryan Tourigny, director of Business Development at Canadian Solar, Phillips, and John Gorman, president and CEO of Canadian Solar Industries Association.
Environment Minister Shannon Phillips announces that Canadian Solar will partner with Conklin Métis Local 193 on three solar power contracts to supply 55 percent of the Alberta government's electricity needs. (L to R:) Shirley Tremblay, president of Conklin Metis Local 193, Ryan Tourigny, director of Business Development at Canadian Solar, Phillips, and John Gorman, president and CEO of Canadian Solar Industries Association. Government of Alberta photo

Province announces solar energy projects to be constructed in southeastern Alberta

By Charles Lefebvre
February 15, 2019 - 3:19pm Updated: February 15, 2019 - 7:13pm

 

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Charles Lefebvre was born in Cold Lake, AB, but was raised in Oakville, Manitoba. He graduated from the University of Winnipeg in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and graduated from Lethbridge College in 2012 with a Communication Arts diploma. He moved to Medicine Hat in June 2012, where he worked as a general assignment reporter and photographer for the Medicine Hat News. In December 2016, he joined CHAT Television to help launch CHAT News Today, where he serves as a digital journalist.
When not at work, Charles enjoys cycling, reading, listening to music and spending time with his wife, Kristen. The two have one daughter, Ruby.