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Terence Corcoran: Ontario’s power disaster

Originally posted on Financial Post | Opinion:
New study highlights desperate need for reform the province’s vast dysfunctional and costly electricity regime For almost five years FP Comment has inveighed against the Ontario government’s profoundly uneconomic and costly electricity regime, a dictatorial and monopolist system that uses taxes and subsidies to greenify the power system of…

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Ontario’s Misguided Reliance on Renewable ‘Green’ Energy

Letters to the Editor — The Chronicle Journal — July 13, 2013 Ontario’s misguided reliance on renwable ‘green’ energy Saturday, July 13, 2013 Re Move to More Renewable Energy Will Save Lives — Viewpoint, July 6: The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) congratulates the Ontario government for committing to add 900 megawatts of […]

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Ontario’s Green Energy Act a Bad Bargain for Ontario

Ross McKitrick, Kennth P. Green Release Date:  July 4, 2013 Click here to read latest report from the Fraser Institute

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