Union Gas supports blockbuster exhibits at THEMUSEUM

$5,000 grant helps organization awe, enlighten and inspire 
KITCHENER, ON, Jan. 8, 2013 /CNW/ - Union Gas is helping THEMUSEUM continue to 
be a cultural cornerstone in the Kitchener region courtesy of a $5,000 grant 
that will help support blockbuster exhibits such as Andy Warhol's Factory, Our 
Body: The Universe Within and two features currently on display - the 
Treasures of China featuring the Dazu Rock Carvings and James Cameron's 
Avatar: The Exhibition. 
"At Union Gas we are committed to being active members in the communities we 
serve and to working with organizations that contribute to vibrant 
communities," said Murray Costello, district manager for Waterloo/Brantford. 
"That's why we're so pleased to support THEMUSEUM and the work they do to 
enhance the quality of life for citizens in this and surrounding communities." 
THEMUSEUM scans the globe for fresh cultural content and uses it to stage 
unique experiences for audiences. It's backed by local businesses such as 
Union Gas, who help THEMUSEUM continue to bring life and excitement to the 
downtown core through content with an exciting and thought-provoking blend of 
art, science and technology. 
Its reach goes beyond the downtown though, with big plans on tap for the 
"We have become relevant to visitors from across southwestern Ontario - 
including Toronto - with our recent programming and with the support Union Gas 
continues to extend we will continue to grow," said David Marskell, 
Over the past 100 years, Union Gas has been privileged to work in more than 
400 Ontario communities. In addition to natural gas delivery services for 
homes and businesses, Union Gas has contributed to the province through 
significant economic investments, hundreds of jobs, millions in municipal 
taxes, energy efficiency programs, thousands of volunteer hours for community 
organizations, major charitable giving and sponsorships. Last year alone, 
Union Gas contributed $3 million to charitable organizations across Ontario, 
including more than $900,000 to United Way. For more information visit 
THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener is a unique cultural destination in our 
community. Being described as a non - museum, there are no collections, and 
museum programming is untraditional. THEMUSEUM's collection is one of 
experience with dynamic interactive that keeps them fresh and not predictable. 
The vision of THEMUSEUM is to awe, inspire and enlighten, which is achieved by 
focusing on the audience experience. For more information visit themuseum.ca. 
About Union Gas
Union Gas Limited is a major Canadian natural gas storage, transmission and 
distribution company based in Ontario with 100 years of experience and service 
to customers. The distribution business serves about 1.4 million residential, 
commercial and industrial customers in more than 400 communities across 
northern, southwestern and eastern Ontario. Union Gas, named one of Canada's 
Top 100 Employers for 2011, 2012 and 2013, is a Spectra Energy (NYSE: SE) 
company with assets of $5.8 billion and approximately 2,200 employees. For 
more information, visit uniongas.com. 
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Union Gas Limited Andrea Stass Manager, External Communications and Media 
Relations Ph: 519 436-5490 or 1-800-571-8446 ext. 5490 Cell: 519 365-1010 Fax: 
519 436-4621 astass@uniongas.com 
THEMUSEUM David Marskell CEO, THEMUSEUM David.Marskell@THEMUSEUM.ca 
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