Deadline looming on pellet stove rebate

The deadline to apply for a rebate under the ‘Residential Wood Pellet Appliance Rebate Program’ is March 18. To anyone who purchased and installed a wood pellet stove, you get 25 per cent back if you apply. According to Minister Shawn Skinner, “The rebate program has been well received by residents who have purchased a wood pellet appliance, and has supported our goal of creating a demand for locally-produced wood pellets.” Who doesn’t like to get money back on items purchased? Since the program was introduced in 2008, 481 rebates at an average of $581 each have been issued.

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