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Hydro rates should not be subsidized. It would be unfair to future generations.

The province’s Financial Accountability Office estimates that Fair Hydro Plan rebates will save ratepayers $18.4 billion over the next decade, but those savings will ultimately cost future ratepayers $39.4 billion.

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Ontario’s big wind bonanza: Over 90% of subsidies funneled to just 11 companies

Yes, everyone would need to pay a little more for renewable power, the public was told, but the benefits would be widely shared, for the ultimate benefit of all. But then something else happened. Continue reading Ontario’s big wind bonanza: Over 90% of subsidies funneled to just 11 companies

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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Flu vaccines raise controversy this season

While both camps point the finger at one another, it seems the most virulent aspect of this season’s flu was controversy.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1196339/flu-vaccines-raise-controversy-this-season/#aRyjw2CTs9VjiYLD.99
While both camps point the finger at one another, it seems the most virulent aspect of this season’s flu was controversy.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1196339/flu-vaccines-raise-controversy-this-season/#aRyjw2CTs9VjiYLD.99
While both camps point the finger at one another, it seems the most virulent aspect of this season’s flu was controversy.
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/1196339/flu-vaccines-raise-controversy-this-season/#aRyjw2CTs9VjiYLD.99

The most virulent aspect of this season’s flu was controversy. Lawrence Solomon is quoted for this article by Web news portal, the Inquisitr.com.

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Why the press shouldn’t dismiss vaccine skeptics

Granted, kooks and quacks exist in the vaccination field, just as they exist elsewhere. But no journalist would have any difficulty finding dozens of distinguished skeptical scientists for the very few “rogue” scientists that the press has vilified.

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