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Costing ratepayers $243 million maximizes values for Premier Wynne
(November 16, 2014) Both Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and Hydro One announced their third quarter results last week within a day of each other and the news was mixed.
Parker Gallant: WHO’s facts are right!
(September 11, 2014) The World Health Organization (WHO) recently issued Fact Sheet No 266, “Climate change and health” and one of the facts they published was this one …
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Parker Gallant: Electricity in Ontario—Premier Wynne’s transparency is opaque
(August 5, 2014) According to the 2012 Yearbook of Electricity Distributors on the OEB’s (Ontario Energy Board) website the total electricity purchased by local distribution companies (LDCs) in Ontario for 2012 was 125.3 terawatts (TWh).
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