ontario energy policy

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It’s official—electricity prices in Ontario are still rising

Subsidies to renewable generators still represent approximately 34 per cent of the total surcharge cost.

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Ring of Fire breakthrough can’t come soon enough

Ontario’s chromite deposits are valued at an estimated $30 billion to $60 billion.

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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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The loudest voices believe that any environmental policy, no matter how extreme and costly, is never enough.

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Between 2005 and 2015, the manufacturing sector’s share of employment in Ontario fell from 16.7 per cent to 10.7 per cent.

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The province exported electricity to other provinces and states, costing Ontario between $732 million and $1.25 billion.

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