Archive | November, 2016

Liberal Ontario – The R.M.S. Titanic of Canada.

For those of  you who are history buffs and well acquainted with the story of the Titanic (the ship, not the movie), you should be very aware of the similarities between it and the province of Ontario under the disastrous leadership of the Liberal Party of Ontario. Let’s start off with the basics.  The Titanic […]

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Energy Poverty — A. H.’s story

A.H. is a single mother of a teenage daughter and small business owner who lives in Port Elgin.  A has been self-employed for the past 30 years and is proud of her accomplishments in that time. One thing that she has noticed happening at an alarming rate for the past 5 years is that everything she’s worked for […]

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Energy Poverty — G.K.’s story

G.K. and his family live just south of Shelburne in a century home. Heat is provided by an oil furnace, so heating is relatively cheap at the moment. Heat isn’t the main concern for them. Keeping the lights on — is.  Buying food  — is.  Buying gas to get to work — is. Their hydro bill […]

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Energy Poverty — A.G.’s Story

A.G. and her husband live in Bruce County.   A.G. works part-time. Her husband works full-time.   They used to have a house heated solely by electric baseboard, but after watching their hydro bills steadily skyrocket, they decided four years ago to install a gas furnace to cut back on their electricity costs.  With the […]

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Energy Poverty — E.P.’s story

E. P. is a single woman in her 50’s, living in Kitchener, in an electric baseboard-heated apartment. Each unit has its own meter, so she is billed directly for her hydro usage. Instead of turning on the heat, she wears socks and slippers and a housecoat over her clothing.   She has two sleeping bags […]

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Energy Poverty in Ontario. We want to hear from you!

The Roy Green radio show this past weekend discussed the massive hardship that is being caused in Ontario by the Liberal Party headed by Kathleen Wynne.   Some people called in with their stories of what they’re enduring living third world lives in a country like Canada.  It’s a cautionary tale to other voters who […]

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Wynne Says High Electricity Prices are “her mistake”, but she’s gonna still go ahead with the carbon tax.

The Canadian Press (National Post) — November 19, 2016 OTTAWA — Premier Kathleen Wynne is calling high electricity prices her “mistake.” In a speech to party faithful at the Ontario Liberal annual general meeting today in Ottawa, Wynne says she takes responsibility “for not paying close enough attention to some of the daily stresses in […]

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DiCaprio Concerned Over Rising Sea Levels, So He Builds a $2,000/night Luxury Resort ON AN ISLAND!!!!

(Tip of the hat to Not a Lot of People Know That) Carolyn McGuire and Justin Enriquez — Mail ONline — November 16, 2016 Leonardo DiCaprio is a stickler for detail when playing the part of a new movie character and it seems like the Hollywood star is just as obsessive when it comes to […]

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The untold Ontario green-energy scandal is that it’s devastating our rural areas

Garth Manning, Financial Post — November 2, 2016 The biggest unreported story in the Ontario media, despite all its talented investigative journalists, is the destruction of rural Ontario by massive wind “farms” and solar projects. Wind turbines are not “farms” but sophisticated industrial machines, each taller than Toronto’s Royal York Hotel or the Ottawa Peace […]

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First World Women (Especially Celebrities) Need to Put up or Shut up

We’ve seen the womens marches in Washington and around the world, protesting…ummmm….protesting ….???  Well, they’re protesting something. Not sure what, because President Trump hasn’t taken away any of their rights.  Nor does he plan to.  He’s not taking away their abortion rights.  He said it should be up to the individual states.  He’s not taking birth […]

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