Tag Archives: Ontario government

Presentation to the Standing Committee on Natural Resources

The federal government should look to Ontario for examples on how not to implement renewable energy policies. Continue reading Presentation to the Standing Committee on Natural Resources

Ontario is headed for a fatal future and only ending the renewable deals can prevent it

If Ontario doesn’t rewrite the renewable contracts, virtually everyone in the province will suffer.
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North America slow to reverse renewables projects, but its turn will come soon

Only those in fantasyland should expect a contract to be sacrosanct when one party to the transaction makes the law. Continue reading North America slow to reverse renewables projects, but its turn will come soon

Ontario to follow Germany in renewable failure

Germany has been experimenting with its renewable energy law for 14 years and is now highlighting its failures. Ontario, which copied that law, will likely do the same.  Continue reading Ontario to follow Germany in renewable failure

Toll roads v. the Canadian Accident Association

You have a flat tire. Or you need a tow. Or a boost. Or you’ve run out of gas. If you’re like millions of Canadians, you call the Canadian Automobile Association to get you going again.

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