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If wind and solar power are “cheaper” than conventional generation, then there would be no need for subsidies.


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The Ontario government knew eliminating coal would not significantly contribute to emission reductions.


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If we're really smart, we understand we're not that smart.


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If a carbon tax is implemented, it will likely be on top of the extensive regulation Canadians already face.

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The Green Party opposes the Nova Scotia government’s apparent plan to back the re-opening of the Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton.


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If fossil fuels receive more than $2 billion in annual subsidy, let’s end it. And while we’re at it, let’s end the $800 million to wind producers and other subsidies to green energy.


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Earlier this month the Fraser Institute published a report sharply critical of one of the flagship policies of the Ontario government, namely the Ontario Green Energy Act (GEA). We found that the Act is costing Ontario over $5 billion annually but yields negligible environmental benefits, and that equivalent or greater benefits could have been achieved using conventional pollution control measures at less than one-tenth the cost.