|Submission Date||June 28, 2013|
Student and Enrolment Services
A no-idling vehicle was formally launched Fall 2010 that encourages vehicle operators (fleet, commercial and personal) to turn off engine when idling for more than 3 minutes when ambient temperature is equal to or greater than -10C and when vehicle is left unattended. Exceptions are made for defined emergencies and repair circumstances or any situation in which the health or safety of a driver, passenger or animal requires the idling of the vehicle. A comprehensive engagement campaign is in place to educate fleet vehicle operators and the program is being integrated with institutional service contracts. Idling became a fineable offense beginning January 1, 2011.
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