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How Green Energy is Fleecing Ontario Electricity Consumers

(Hat tip to Mr. McKitrick for the heads up on this article) Ross McKitrick and Tom Adams — Financial Post — October 29, 2014 Adding renewable generating capacity triggers changes throughout the system that multiply costs for consumers Ontario’s green energy transformation – initiated a decade ago under then-Premier Dalton McGuinty – is now hitting […]

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Rash of Vandalism at Southwestern Ontario Wind Farms — Oh well !

John Milner — London Free Press — October 25, 2014 Ontario wind farms have made enemies, enemies prepared to cross legal boundaries. That’s becoming a serious new challenge for police in Southwestern Ontario, where the majority of the province’s wind farms are located. In the past few weeks, there has been a spate of attacks […]

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Ontario’s Green Success

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Ontario: MoE Approves Third Phase of Grand Valley Wind Farm Plan

(Editors Note:  So much for Wynne’s continued lies about more community input into these projects.  Now that they’ve won a majority, they will just run roughshod over all rural communities — DQ) Chris Halliday — Orangeville Banner — October 15, 2014 Opponents to the wind farm raise concerns about project’s proximity to the Luther Marsh […]

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(Video) Ontario Wind Turbines: A Money Pit

Click on image to go to Sun News video interview with Parker Gallant.  

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Urban Ontarians Get Upset as Industrial Wind Turbines Creep a Little Too Close to THEIR Homes

Brian Cross — Windsor Star – September 27, 2014 A plan to erect as many as 65 giant wind turbines is generating fierce opposition, because the map for possible locations butts up to the urban and suburban areas of Belle River and Puce where most Lakeshore residents live. “It is a huge concern of mine, […]

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Germany has a $412 Billion Renewable Energy Money Pit Lesson For Ontario

Germany, the model for Ontario’s wind and solar developments, now regrets its spending spree Brady Yauch — Financial Post — August 12, 2014 Germany – the country on which Ontario modelled its approach to renewable energy development – has a $412-billion lesson for Ontario. That’s the amount the country has spent on subsidies in support […]

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Ontario: MoECC Monitoring Turbine Noise in South Dundas

Nelson Zandbergen — AgriNews — August 2014 BRINSTON Leslie Disheau has her ear to the ground in South Dundas, and for 10 days last month, a very powerful ear trained on the sky around her Brinston home as well. Ontarios Ministry of Environment and Climate Change installed the basketball-sized microphone atop a temporary 30-foot listening […]

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The Day Ontario Died.

(To the tune of American Pie by Don McLean)  (Lyrics by Quixotes Last Stand) A long, long time ago I can still remember how this province used to make me smile And I knew if the liars had their chance That they would make those unions dance And maybe they’d be happy for a while But 2014 made […]

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Portugal Supreme Court Win says take them down, click to donate for translation…

Portugal Supreme Court Win Fundraiser We are raising funds to pay the $4,000 cost to have the Portugal Supreme Court decision professionally translated so it is Ontario court certified for use by our groups at ERT’s and in court. Click here to read about the Fundraiser and to donate to help our fight.  

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Ontario: The New Argentina, but Don’t Cry for This Province. It has Mainly Itself to Blame.

(Tip o’ the hat to Matthew for this article.) Lakehead University Professor Livio Di Matteo — Net News Ledger — June 16, 2014 THUNDER BAY – EDITORIAL – Ontarians have re-elected a government whose decade long reign dovetails with the lowest growth rate of provincial real per capita GDP in the Canadian federation. In the […]

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Getting Out The Message: Google, Media and Their Influence on This Election

Shortly after this election started, I noticed something interesting with my Google Alerts.  In case you don’t know what that is, you can subscribe to Google for specific topics.  For instance, if I want to read every article on Climate Change, I create a Google Alert and every time something about that subject is published, a […]

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Energy Prices Should Be Big Ontario Election Issue

Ellen Roseman — Toronto Star — June 10, 2014 Rising energy prices – up about five per cent this year – are squeezing consumers’ budgets, according to a recent Scotiabank report. The typical household spends $5,000 a year on energy, including gasoline, fuel oil, natural gas, electricity and water. All (except natural gas) have far […]

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McGuinty Gov’t Changed Green Energy Rules to Benefit Liberal-linked Firms

Scott Stinson — National Post — June 8, 2014 A U.S. wind power developer that is seeking $653-million in damages under a NAFTA challenge accuses the government of Ontario of manipulating Green Energy Act rules to benefit the interests of Liberal-connected firms, according to court documents obtained by the National Post. The court filing, recently […]

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It is Difficult to Overstate Just How Richly the Ontario Liberals Deserve to Be Removed From Office.

Tip o’ the hat to Marilyn Taylor!! National Post Editorial — June 7, 2014 It is difficult to overstate just how richly the Ontario Liberals deserve to be removed from office. It is difficult even to know where to begin. As managers of public services they are, in the most charitable interpretation, famously inept. Witness […]

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