Subsidies given to Ontario’s wind farm owners largely benefit only a select few multinational corporations, a new Consumer Policy Institute study shows. Continue reading 90% of Ontario’s wind subsidies benefit a select few multinationals: study
The Ontario Energy Board just saved $15 million for fee payers. Continue reading OEB stops $15 million cash grab by OPA
Rolling back the government advantages given vaccines would level the R&D playing field and help end the drought in pharmaceutical breakthroughs.
It’s time to let the revolution in transportation take its course. Continue reading The transportation revolution
Mistakes in novel areas of science inevitably happen, and especially in highly politicized periods where public panic can run high and governments are under the gun.
The medical-industrial-governmental complex spends more and more but has less and less to show for it.
Our bodies have changed in the last generation, making us more susceptible than we were a scant few decades ago.
Why are parents opting out?
Politics have transformed once economic subways into an unaffordable public transit option. Continue reading Subways, profitable subways
Pharma giant Merck faces at least two lawsuits alleging wrongdoing over its Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine — hearings made all the more explosive given the introduction of race into the mix. Continue reading Merck has some explaining to do over their MMR vaccine claims