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By subsidizing wind and solar power, the government put its green agenda ahead of Ontarians

Almost 90 per cent of the revenue to renewable generators came from the subsidy.

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High electricity prices were responsible for roughly 75,000 job losses in the province’s manufacturing sector.

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Ontario should cancel existing contracts with renewable energy—not just future contracts

The Green Energy Act provided long-term guaranteed contracts to renewable energy generators at above market rates.

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Central planning strangling Ontario’s economy

Today’s high electricity prices are largely the result of policy choices including big subsidies for green energy producers.

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Ontario's crisis of unaffordable energy
Affordable energy is to the economy what oxygen is to the human body.

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Ontario energy
Between 2003 and 2014, inflation-adjusted per-person economic growth in Ontario averaged just 0.3 per cent annually.

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Households in energy poverty spend at least 10 per cent of their budgets on in-home energy use such as lights, appliances and heating.

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Ontario’s plan to increase electric vehicle purchases may cost up to $277 million over the next five years.