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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.

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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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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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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The trouble with Statistics Canada’s solar and wind energy data

“Is Ontario generating less electricity from solar panels and wind turbines than it did years ago, despite billions in subsidies to the renewable energy sector?” Peter Kuitenbrouwer — Financial Post — January 14, 2016 TORONTO • Is Ontario generating less electricity from solar panels and wind turbines than it did years ago, despite billions in […]

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Legendary Texas oil tycoon T. Boone Pickens is suing Ontario for $700 million over wind power

Bend over Ontariowe.  You’re about to get it again.  Our hydro rates are going up November 1st and why not, when we have this sort of crap going on?   — DQ New York Times — October 16, 2015 T. Boone Pickens made billions drilling for oil and gas and squaring off in bare-knuckled corporate […]

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The Roads to Turbine Hell

Originally posted on lsarc:
The roads to turbine Hell 60 Km of new roads and over 40Km of transmission/collector lines cut through the forest. Despite our desperate resistance to the economic suicide of the allegedly ‘Green’ Energy Act,  giant monuments to greed and gullibility blight our iconic landscape which inspired artists, most notably the Group…

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An ill-wind in Ontario

Tom Harris — The Toronto Sun — July 18, 2015 Environmentalists often talk about people whose lives are ruined by man-made global warming. But they never mention the lives that are devastated by misguided climate change policy. There is no better example than the debilitating human health impacts of the hundreds of thousands of industrial […]

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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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