Tag Archives: Dalton McGuinty

The Ontario Liberals’ energy strategy is just embarrassing

Hat tip to Small Dead Animals Scott Stinson — National Post — September 25, 2012 An Ontario government lawyer warned officials at the Ministry of Energy that the political decision to cancel a planned Oakville power plant and promises to negotiate compensation with the developer amounted to an “unmitigated disaster,” according to a huge raft […]

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the Big Green Lie — McGuinty’s Green Plan is bankrupting our Province!!!

From  the Big Green Lie — September 20, 2012 3 years on and the figures keep coming in showing the TRUE cost of McGuinty’s failed Green Energy Plan,, Bill 150 that was signed into law May of 2009 basically destroying what little Democracy Municipalities across Ontario used to enjoy! Installing a “dictatorship” within the 444 […]

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Environment Commissioner Gord Miller criticizes Liberals for defying environmental rules (He did what??)

Canadian Press — September 19, 2012 The Liberal government is defying the will of the legislature and ignoring the public’s right to be involved in the development of policies to protect the environment, Ontario’s environmental watchdog said Wednesday. “It astounds me to report on the degree of disregard and contempt that is shown to statutory […]

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Ontarians to pay even more for broken energy plan

Vic Fedeli — Canada Free Press — September 12, 2012 QUEEN’S PARK – Dalton McGuinty’s failed energy plan will continue to unnecessarily cost Ontarians hundreds of millions of dollars more each year, PC Energy Critic and Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli charged today. It forecasts power demand in Ontario will actually shrink in 2013, and periods […]

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A new Liberal poster (Can anyone else smell an election coming up next Spring?)

First draft Final cut

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Windmills, trains and Dalton McGuinty’s tin ear

Thomas Walkom — The Star — September 4, 2012 Ontario outside of Greater Toronto is not universally happy with Dalton McGuinty’s Liberals. This is understatement. In North Bay, there is palpable anger at McGuinty’s decision to shut down the government-owned Ontario Northland Railway, a mainstay of the city since 1902. In an unusually confrontational move, the […]

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Race for a Greek Tragedy

Andrew Watts — Letters to the Editor — Welland Tribune — August 30, 2012 Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty is winning the global race for economic disaster hands down. Europe is becoming more and more a lost cause, and economic news on a daily basis makes it obvious no one in Europe has a clue how […]

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Because of the FIT program, the CAW and Dalton McGuinty support child pornographers

Under the heading of things we can no longer afford thanks to Samsung, Pattern, Suncor, Dalton McGuinty’s Green Energy Act and useless wind turbines, cuts have been made to the child pornography task force in Ontario. The CAW, which has it’s snout firmly planted in the FIT trough, is complicit in the spread of child […]

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North Middlesex — Wind added to anti-turbines fight

Jonathan Shier — LFP — Aug. 7, 2012 PARKHILL – The fight against industrial wind farms added a new ally Tuesday when a small municipality outside London lent a big hand. North Middlesex council unanimously demanded the Ontario government halt all planned wind farms until Health Canada completes a study in 2014 examining the link […]

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Firsthand report and pictures — Clearview protest, Aug. 2, 2012

Paul Kuster — Clearview, ON The parade was coordinated at the Clearview Nursery which is owned by Kevin Elwood.   Three lanes of vehicles assembled on his airstrip prior to the start of the parade. Cars, trucks and tractors with wagons were decked out in various signs and red balloons.  The parade headed east to […]

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Rural Ontario Matters

Betty Sawyers — Sachem.ca — July 31, 2012 The collapse of Elliot Lake’s shopping mall was a catastrophe, causing undue stress and hardship for the town’s residents. The Premier insisted the rescue efforts resume, personalizing his remarks, stating he would want no stone left unturned if his family were in there. In so doing, he […]

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The tide turns — excellent read

Rick Conroy — Wellington Times — July 27, 2012 Is the ground shifting below Ontario’s wind turbines? Last week an Ontario judge ruled that Dr. Arlene King, the province’s chief medical officer of health, will have to testify about the known noise and health risks of industrial wind turbines. It was a small but potentially […]

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I wonder where we can find a good used guillotine?

Perhaps if McGuinty and his band of merry jackasses were threatened with a Marie Antoinette and King Louis demise, they’d get their collective S!$% together and start running this province  the way it should be run.  I think I’ll get out my knitting needles.  One can hope, can’t she? — DQ MCGUINTY RENEGES ON HIS […]

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from The Big Green Lie — How McGuinty has sold us out to the “Green Scammers”

The Big Green Lie — June 26, 2012 When a Government APPOINTS their “buddies, friends, business interests, old boy’s club” or any other bunch of individuals to positions inside Government who’s only interests are in “fleecing” hard working people out of their hard earned dollars for their own gain makes one wonder: “Where are the […]

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Lights off in Premier’s office on electricity usage

Christina Blizzard — QMI Agency — June 21, 2012 TORONTO – Once upon a time when temperatures soared, the energy minister would heave a sigh of relief every time he flicked the switch and the lights came on. A decade ago, reporters filed stories which compared the projected electricity use with how much juice the province could […]

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