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?
Energy Probe breaks down 10 important parts of the OEB’s decision on Hydro One’s distribution rate application. Continue reading 10 things you need to know from Hydro One’s rate application
Customers with private electricity distributors are better protected from blackouts and other disruptions.
Continue reading Customer rights get powered up in privatized electricity systems
Those who retired at 55 were 89% likelier to die within 10 years of retirement than those who retired at 65.
A critical look at many of the myths surrounding the proposed Downtown Relief Line. Continue reading 6 myths surrounding the Downtown Relief Line
Public health advocates have transformed society in their zeal to promote the greater good. Continue reading Junk Science 2015: Public health’s scary century
(March 2, 2015) Consumer Policy Institute’s Executive Director, Brady Yauch, appeared in a column by Toronto Star’s Royson James on the Downtown Relief Line. Continue reading The D in DRL stands for disrespect and disappointment: James
(February 26, 2015) Toronto beware: Boston’s public transit breakdown is a good example of what not to do when it comes to transit planning.
Continue reading Boston’s big (transit) dig
(February 24, 2015) Toronto Mayor John Tory’s SmartTrack Line will likely result in needless expropriation. Continue reading Smart alternatives to SmartTrack avoid expropriation