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Consumer Watch Group is Asking for Your Opinions on Ontario’s Green Energy Act. Here’s Your Chance.

Is A Greener Ontario Worth The Price? Nothing is more on the minds of Ontario residents than energy. Energy has become the subject du-jour, whether it be in industry, politics, or domestic living. Our thirst for cheaper and more abundant energy rises up every time Ontario Hydro releases a statement or Premier Wynne or her […]

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Wind energy tears communities apart, but price will be the decider on its future

Western Morning News — November 30, 2013 Wind, a debate in the Westcountry heard yesterday, should be regarded as a new crop for farmers to harvest. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, better known for his cookery than his commitment to renewable energy but a campaigner on behalf on the rural community as a whole, wants a new approach […]

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Ontario paying a high price for Green Energy Act

Scott Stinson — National Post — April 11, 2013 The handy thing about the Ontario Liberals’ spectacular mishandling of the energy file, as an example of poor governance, is that there is really something for everyone. A shameless political decision that came with a significant cost to the treasury? Hello, gas-plant cancellations. A deliberate attempt […]

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