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Exposing liberals / democrats / socialists by Dinesh D’Souza

Full 90-minute speech of Mr. D’Souza at Brandeis University.  Interesting that before he begins his speech, the young man introducing him, advises the audience that outbursts or any sort of disruption intended to shut the guest speaker down, would NOT be tolerated.  How refreshing.  This is a bit long but worth every single second.  Should be […]

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Ontario — Shutdown of Coal Plants Raised Electricity Rates, Failed to Reduce Pollution

Antonella Artuso — Toronto Sun — January 17, 2017 Ontario’s hell-bent determination to phase out coal-fired generation raised electricity rates without significantly improving air pollution levels, a new Fraser Institute report says. Report co-author Ross McKitrick, an economics professor at the University of Guelph, said the findings should act as a cautionary tale for Alberta […]

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The Liberals are Planning a NATIONAL Carbon Tax on top of the Provincial Ones

Hopefully, most of you have seen the emotional plea by an Ontario disabled woman to Justin Trudeau for help with skyrocketing electricity bills.  Click here to see the video and article  from Global News. In the typical fashion of the entitled elite who have no clue of the trials and struggles of every day working […]

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What kind of Guy Does Ontario Need to be head of its PC Party? This Guy!!!

Editors Note:  If EVER Ontario needed a knight in shining armour to come galloping to its rescue, it is now.  Instead of the namby-pamby, Liberal-plant, narcissistic opportunist who currently leads the PC Party of Ontario (Patrick Brown), the province needs a bulldog like this Congressman to go for the jugular.  — DQ ************************************** Congressman Paul […]

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

November 2016 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. […]

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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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Great Game to Play While Freezing in the Dark this Winter

Gotta repost my game from early 2014, just to remind everyone that not one damned thing has changed in complacent Ontariowe.  People are still willing to sit back and do nothing about the thieves who have destroyed this province. From 2014:  “With more and more families in Ontario entering Energy Poverty, thanks to the insane […]

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How Ontario’s pursuit of renewable energy broke the province’s electricity system

Terence Corcoran — Financial Post — October 6, 2016 Back in 2010, deep green environmentalist Rick Smith, then head of Environmental Defence Canada, hailed Ontario’s Green Energy and Green Economy Act regime as a cost-free operation that would catapult the province into the big leagues of renewable energy. Through fat subsidies and high prices offered […]

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What does the Delivery Charge on Hydro bills pay for?

According to the 2011 census, there were 4,887,510 private households in Ontario. Let’s say each home pays a $50 per month delivery charge on their electric bill.  I’m using $50 as the base amount because people in condos probably don’t pay that much, while rural residents pay $75 and in many cases  upwards of $100 per month.  So […]

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Tom Adams Disputes Ontario’s Environmental Commissioners Lies

(We all know the Ontario Liberals lie every time they open their mouths.  They must hold weekly sessions for the entire caucus, because I see these same lies repeated by several MPP’s.  I have never seen a more despicable group of politicians in my life.  — DQ) ********************************************* Tom Adams — September 12, 2016 Dr. […]

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One in 20 businesses in Ontario expect to close in the next five years due to rising electricity prices

Companies want homeowners to bear more of the cost of skyrocketing hydro rates Robert Benzie — Toronto Star — July 8, 2015 Soaring electricity prices are short-circuiting businesses in the province, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce warns. In a new 23-page report to be released Wednesday, the 60,000-member business lobby argues Queen’s Park must act […]

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Why the Left Needs Climate Change

Stephen F. Hayward — Forbes — June 9, 2015 Try this out as a thought experiment: what would happen if, tomorrow morning, we had definitive proof that catastrophic climate change was impossible, wasn’t happening, and would never happen. Would Al Gore breathe a big sigh of relief and say—“Well good; now we can go back […]

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Trillium accuses Liberals of destroying wind farm lawsuit documents

Richard Blackwell — Globe and Mail — June 1, 2015 An offshore wind farm developer that is in the midst of a lawsuit against the province of Ontario is now accusing the Liberal government of destroying documents related to its case. In a notice of motion filed with the Ontario Superior Court, Trillium Power Wind […]

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Ontario Government Climate Change Presentation Riddled With Mistakes (Town Hall Meeting in Guelph today)

The Climate Change Discussion Paper public town hall in Guelph will be held from 6 — 8 p.m. March 18 at the University of Guelph Arboretum on College Avenue East. Tom Harris — Guelph Mercury — March 17, 2015 On Wednesday, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment is leading a town-hall meeting in Guelph to […]

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