A few days ago, I drove past a parking lot on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Oshawa, Ont.

I noticed a couple of parked cars that were covered with solarium mats.

They were all covered with the same thing.

They all looked like this.

It was a simple design, but it was making the same basic impression.

I thought about it a lot and decided that the solarium was making a point.

This is a problem, I thought, for the people of Ontario who are trying to keep their homes cool.

The province is under attack by the climate-change-denying Ontario Progressive Conservatives for its policies that are hurting the economy.

It is not only the province’s policies that have created the problem, but also the federal government.

A solarium is a big thing.

It’s a symbol of economic prosperity, and it’s one of the best ways to help Canadians keep their houses warm.

A few years ago, the Ontario government announced plans to install more than 2,500 solarium installations across the province.

But the plans have been dogged by controversy.

A new report from the government says the province should have done a better job of planning ahead, and that a solarium might have helped.

The report, which came out just before the spring provincial election, comes on the heels of another government report that found solarium use has been dropping in Ontario.

“While the provincial government has not released a comprehensive plan for solarium-related measures to address climate change, we believe that the provincial plan has not provided a robust plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” the government said in its report.

“In the absence of a comprehensive climate action plan, it is incumbent on the provincial legislature to enact legislation that will address climate-related impacts of solarium production and use, including, in particular, reducing the use of solarimmunity, and establishing a minimum carbon intensity standard for the use and disposal of solar cells and solar energy.”

It was an admission that solarium usage was dropping.

But it was also a reminder that Ontario still has a long way to go.

The provincial government says its plans to upgrade the infrastructure and solarimperatives of homes have been well-received by residents.

“Our plans for solar-related infrastructure improvements have been adopted and implemented with the support of the private sector and are a key component of our climate-smart, green growth strategy,” the province said in a statement.

It has also been a major reason for the growth of solar installations, with more than half of the solar energy coming from Ontario.

So why is it that solar energy has been declining so rapidly in Ontario?

It turns out that solar panels can be a big part of the problem.

A recent report by the Canadian Association of Home Builders found that the majority of Ontario homes that have solar panels on them are older.

That’s because solar energy is a much more expensive way to produce electricity than fossil fuels.

It costs more to install a solar panel in an older home, compared to installing a solar array in a newer home, or a battery in a new home.

A lot of people are choosing to install solar panels because they’re cheaper and they have more energy storage.

But those energy storage options are less efficient than the more conventional methods that can also store electricity.

Solar energy can be used for many different things, such as heating, lighting, and cooling.

The same can be said for solar panels.

A good solar panel will have more panels, and the panels will be taller.

That means that there will be more solar energy in the system, but the solar panel can’t produce the same amount of electricity as the other elements of the system.

That makes it more expensive to install.

So homeowners who want to install panels can either opt to have them installed in a more conventional way, such a solar-powered light bulb, or they can opt to put solar panels in their homes themselves.

That way, they can save money and save the environment.

But this is just one option.

There are also other options, including solar-thermal systems that use solar energy to heat the home.

Solar thermal is an efficient way of using solar energy.

But solar thermal also requires the installation of large amounts of energy storage, and can also increase the cost of solar energy and solar panels, leading to higher electricity bills.

The government says it is doing both things.

It plans to spend $1.6 billion to install energy storage on homes and other buildings in Ontario by the end of 2020, and $2 billion over the next four years to install wind energy storage in homes.

That money is part of a broader plan to invest $8 billion over three years to build more solar panels across the country.

But there are many other ways to keep your home warm.

Here are a few ideas.

Get out of the house when the sun is shining and walk to the sun.

In wintertime, solar energy can heat your home and cool it down in summertime.