Archive | November 5, 2012
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Revitalized Bruce Power site good news for Ontario ratepayers

Duncan Hawthorne  (Bruce President and CEO) — Bruce Nuclear — November 5, 2012 This week, Bruce Power was pleased to announce the completion of our investment program that returned Units 1 and 2 to operation, after they had been out of service since the mid-1990s. With these two reactors now in service, combined with our […]

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Lorrie Goldstein talks about the new health study with Charles Adler

Click the following link to listen to 5 minute radio podcast nov-5-lorrie-goldstein

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Australia — Wind farms are a monstrous blight on the landscape

Opinions — The Australian — November 6, 2012 Farms they are not. They are factories placed in the countryside. Put into proper perspective, they are akin to the blight an open-cut coal mine would be on such a place. They produce the same product, energy, albeit at a higher price to the consumer. Moreover, these […]

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Environmentally Correct Europe Turns to Coal

Stanley Reed — New York Times — November 5, 2012 LONDON — You may think that coal is fading away as a fuel, but it isn’t. It’s booming. As I write in my latest Green Column, last year coal as a proportion of world energy was at its highest since the 1960s. A lot of the […]

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McGuinty Liberals’ dream of renewable energy has not come to pass

Scott Stinson — National Post — November 4, 2012 The absolute best face that the Ontario Liberals can put on the decisions to cancel gas-fired power plants in Oakville and Mississauga, at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars to taxpayers, is that the government was “responding to local concerns.” That is indeed one […]

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