Ontarians slammed by rapidly rising electricity bills - Toronto Sun

Premier Kathleen Wynne's government insists while it still has work to do in bringing down electricity prices in Ontario, compared to other jurisdictions in North America, they're not that bad. In the face of opposition charges hydro rates in Ontario ...

Not even Wynne government knows real cost of cap-and-trade - Toronto Sun

Given that Premier Kathleen Wynne's government imposed a cap-and-trade carbon pricing scheme on Ontarians Jan. 1, here's something interesting you may not know. Ontario doesn't have an actual carbon price right now. The initial 4.3-cent-per-litre hike ...

Something smells - Brantford Expositor

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's cap and trade scheme came into effect this week. Here are eight major reasons why you should be alarmed. 1. Costs appear to be higher than estimated. The Wynne government estimates the initial cost of cap and trade per ...

Ontario Hydro Crisis: Investigation helped spur Wynne government into action - Solid Waste & Recycling

Skyrocketing electricity prices became the No. 1 issue facing Premier Kathleen Wynne this year as hundreds of Ontario residents were forced to make a difficult decision between paying to keep the lights on and putting food on the table or paying the rent.

Bottled water industry creating environmental issues - Lethbridge Herald

Do you think the province's rebates will cover the costs associated with Alberta's new carbon tax? Yes; No. View Results. Loading ... Follow The Lethbridge Herald on Twitter Follow @LethHerald on twitter. By Letter to the Editor on January 7, 2017. Re ...

Carbon plan will do little to reduce energy use - Toronto Star

Ontario's new carbon tax is inherently unfair because it penalizes efficient energy users the same as heavy users, reader suggests. Ontario's Five Year Climate Action Plan was announced last June by Premier Kathleen Wynne, Economic Development ...

Something smells - Sarnia Observer

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's cap and trade scheme came into effect this week. Here are eight major reasons why you should be alarmed. 1. Costs appear to be higher than estimated. The Wynne government estimates the initial cost of cap and trade per ...