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.
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.
Hydro One’s distribution arm ranks among the worst in North America.
Ontario’s plan to sell its Hydro One electricity system is to raise money for new infrastructure.
Plebiscite: Boston and Miami should serve as cautionary examples for Vancouver voters. Continue reading Transit tax won’t ease congestion
Ontario’s Ministry of Energy is hiking hydro bills on all ratepayers in an effort to stop already high hydro bills. Make sense? Continue reading Higher hydro bills to pay for high hydro bills
Solving traffic congestion through uneconomic transit expansion leaves transit customers picking up the tab for a problem they didn’t create. Continue reading TTC customers on the hook for congestion “solutions”
Winnipeg city council has an opportunity to confirm the value of public hearings. Continue reading Expropriation hearings a sham?