Mississauga City Council balks at true cost of transit mega project, for good reason

Politicians in Mississauga say they’ll support a light rail project, but only if somebody else picks up the tab. Continue reading Mississauga City Council balks at true cost of transit mega project, for good reason

Why doctors aren’t shocked that mumps have hit the NHL

Mumps outbreaks occur continually, most of them small and unreported. They’re attracting attention today only because NHL players are involved. And they’re certain to attract attention in future.

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Ontario’s Auditor General lays into Ministry of Energy

A new report from Ontario’s Auditor General sharply criticizes a number of policies in the province’s electricity sector. Continue reading Ontario’s Auditor General lays into Ministry of Energy

Forget more transit, congestion charges best solution for traffic woes

The best way to tackle traffic congestion is not by building more transit, according to new research. Continue reading Forget more transit, congestion charges best solution for traffic woes

90% of Ontario’s wind subsidies benefit a select few multinationals: study

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