ontario's auditor general report

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Since 2008/09, Ontario has seen its net debt increase every year by an average of $15.5 billion.

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What makes Ontario’s costly experiment in renewable electricity generation particularly disappointing is that these high costs have been largely a waste because they have not resulted in the environmental benefits hoped for by their architects.

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When the federal government faced a growing debt problem in the late 1980s, then Opposition finance critic Paul Martin was initially skeptical about cutting spending.