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Canada’s rising carbon tax and the supreme court
(April 1, 2023) The expansion of federal control over the economies of resource-rich provinces will ensure those provinces, and all Canadians, will lose out through escalating energy prices that increase the cost of living generally.
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Climate Porn: the hottest day on record
(March 22, 2023) If you value independent thought, you have to be able to identify the bubble wrap and break free. Legal expert Andrew Roman offers an escape from climate alarmism bubble wrap.
Electricity generation with 100% renewables is a fantasy
(December 3, 2022) Breaking down the high cost of renewables based on the data.
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The impossible green dream
(July 12, 2022) Instead of refurbishing an old and deteriorating natural gas pipeline that has served Ottawa for 65 years, Ottawa is investing instead in a fantasy strategy it calls its Energy Evolution plan. Unfortunately, Ottawa is not alone in … Continue reading
Russia’s war has started The Great U-Turn
(June 26, 2022) The West’s net zero policies, pursued too rapidly, with the wrong technologies, and without regard to energy security, has financed Russia’s war on Ukraine. The Great U-Turn back to fossil fuels has already begun in Europe.
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Russia, Ukraine, NATO: What now?
(June 13, 2022) In every war the first casualty is always the truth.
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Peskotomuhkati Chief denounces Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s public hearing process as a ‘feel good exercise’
(June 9, 2022) Indigenous sovereignty, sustainable non-nuclear futures, and critical perspectives lost in the fray.
All that glitters isn’t green. Or renewable.
(February 3, 2022) “Green” is used as a political obedience button. We are expected to agree, without closely examining proposed laws and policies. After all, how could it be bad if it’s green? We are not expected to ask “green in … Continue reading
COPOUT26 — Face, farce and fiction, from Greta to Trudeau to Modi
There is no way to remove fossil-fuel emissions from the world without causing economic chaos.
Posted in Alternative Energy, Clean Coal, Climate Change, Coal, Costs, Benefits and Risks, Fossil Fuels Tagged China, climate, COP26, fossil fuels, net zero Leave a comment
The city has been trying to rein in executive bonuses at Toronto Hydro. Last year the CEO took home a bonus of more than $640,000
Straddling both the private and public sectors, Toronto Hydro is tricky to define. Its executive payouts call into question: who runs the show? Energy Probe is quoted in this look at Hydro exec earnings by the Toronto Star’s Christine Dobby.