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How Ontario’s 1 per cent can do its share to reduce fuel poverty
(August 17, 2016) Ontario’s wealthiest residents can help lower electricity rates for everyone else.
Ontarians paying more to use less electricity, a trend critics say won’t change
Consumer hydro rates have risen in Ontario since 2012, while they’ve dipped elsewhere. Continue reading
Ontario’s soaring hydro bills offset conservation efforts and hurt conservers most: study
(October 1, 2015) Soaring hydro costs are offsetting ratepayer conservation efforts and hurting conservers most, according to a new joint study by the Consumer Policy Institute and Energy Probe.
A $2.6-billion stimulus for Ontario
(August 11, 2015) Putting money slated for conservation spending back into the pockets of consumers would give the province’s economy a much-needed boost.
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Lawrence Solomon: Greening Harper
(May 6, 2011) Fiscal prudence and smaller government could go hand in hand with environmentalism — really! Continue reading
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