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Hydro Ottawa halts replacement of older smart meters

(January 8, 2014) The move follows an Ontario Energy Board ruling that stops the utility from billing customers for cost. “Replacing meters while they are still functional simply because there is new technology available is a never-ending cycle,” Energy Probe said in its submission. “There will always be something new tomorrow.” Continue reading

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Energy Probe’s new call to action

(September 24, 2013) Lets put an end to disastrous global warming policies. Continue reading

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Parker Gallant: Ontario’s big LEAP: Low-income Energy Assistance Program

(September 14, 2013) The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) just released their 2nd annual report on LEAP and after reading it and relating it to the money being passed around it does give you an inspiration to do just that—leap! Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: History trumps climate scientists

(April 18, 2013) Climate alarmist claims are at odds with reality. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Why gasoline wins

(September 28, 2012) Electric and CNG cars cost more but do less. Continue reading

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Great scams of our time

Canadian poet and essayist David Solway explores his picks for the three greatest scams of our time. Number two on his list is man-made global warming. Solway says the political ideology driving global warming alarmism “rides on the deeper, rhizomatous sense of spiritual vacuity that characterizes the modern age. In effect, political science has coalesced with dominical theology.” Lawrence Solomon’s work is noted. Continue reading

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Taking green seriously

(July 20, 2012) A new report finds the provincial government’s renewable energy policies are jeopardizing Ontario’s economy and inflicting unnecessary environmental costs and health risks on communities. Continue reading

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Candu strike could threaten service to 34 units worldwide

(June 22, 2012) Even if the strike is not affecting Candu’s current business, and the engineers eventually return to work, Candu may end up primarily a servicing company for its old reactors. Meanwhile, skepticism regarding the completion of two new reactors planned for Darlington and the refurbishment of four existing units remains high. “The Darlington Refurbishment is like something from Alice and Wonderland,” says Energy Probe’s Norm Rubin. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Drop effort to keep Somalia together

(June 1, 2012) Better to break up this artificial nation. Last in a series. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Capitalist haven

(May 25, 2012) British traditions boost the de facto state of Somaliland. Continue reading

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