Converting carpool lanes across the GTA to dynamic toll lanes will benefit all commuters. Continue reading HOT lanes should be just the beginning
Toronto should make the traditional taxi system look more like the ridesharing model, rather than the other way around. Continue reading More taxi regulation in Toronto is a step backwards
A move to expand the province’s natural gas system will result in higher bills for current and future customers. Continue reading Ontario’s push for uneconomic natural gas expansion will increase bills
The TTC’s flat fare policy is outdated when compared to leading transit agencies from around the world, according to a new analysis by the Consumer Policy Institute. Continue reading TTC’s flat fare policy an outlier among world’s top transit agencies: study
Hydro Ottawa is telling the Ontario Energy Board that its customers support its rate hike proposal. Continue reading Hydro Ottawa latest distributor to say customers are fine with higher rates
Privatizing Hydro One won’t be bad for ratepayers, but a lack of reform in the province’s electricity sector will be. Continue reading A broken electricity system, not a Hydro One sale, the real risk to ratepayers
Ontario’s electricity distributors are doing whatever it takes to hike rates. Continue reading How utilities are trying to con customers and regulators into higher rates
TFSAs for Children would change the current perception of children as luxuries that can only be afforded in small numbers.
Hydro One Inc. will face private-sector challenges from which it is currently immune when Ontario’s government sheds a 60% stake in the electricity transmission and distribution utility in an IPO. Continue reading Revamped Hydro One will tread line between private, public enterprise
An individual who is able to take full advantage of TFSAs may have his first million by age 54. First in a series by Lawrence Solomon for the National Post.