Meet our Live Net Zero households

Learn more about the stories behind the households and why they wanted to participate in Live Net Zero. See how they tackled the challenges and gain valuable tips and tricks for your own home.

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

The MacInnis-Boudreau Household

Wildfires hitting too close to home has this family exploring what more they can do to help lessen climate change.

Meet The MacInnis-Boudreau Household
Winnipeg, Manitoba

The DePape-Rodrigues Household

Kari and Brigette want to understand affordable yet effective ways to decrease personal carbon emissions and continue to advocate for policy change.

Meet The DePape-Rodrigues Household
Windsor, Ontario

The Waddell-Shankland Household

Already challenging themselves to not buy anything new for a year, this family is eager to embark on the Live Net Zero Challenge.

Meet The Waddell-Shankland Household
Airdrie, Alberta

The Shannon Household

After making an independent documentary about a sustainable housing specialist retrofitting their home, the Shannon’s aim to share their new knowledge.

Meet The Shannon Household
Hanwell, New Brunswick

The Foreman Household

The Foremans understand the importance of addressing carbon emissions, they want to inspire ordinary Canadian families through their experiences.

Meet The Foreman Household
Dundas, Ontario

The Reid Household

The Reid household aims for net-zero living due to current climate concerns. They’re excited to learn and implement carbon footprint-reducing strategies.

Meet The Reid Household
Etobicoke, Ontario

The Marsh Household

This multi-generation household of five already has a rather low-carbon lifestyle, and big ideas on how to make their homes less carbon intensive.

Meet The Marsh Household
Montréal, Quebec

The Proulx-Coll Household

This active family of five believes that we need to come together as Canadians to protect our natural environment and reduce our carbon emissions.

Meet The Proulx-Coll Household
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