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Old 10-24-2015, 03:14 AM
Location: Hamilton, ON
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Is there any chance the damage to electricity in Ontario **COULD POSSIBLY** be repaired if we can ever vote that psychotic biitch Kathleen Wynne out of office? Can the electricity rates be lowered again or is the situation too far gone now? Is it time to leave Ontario just like the factories and industries??

Ontario hydro rates rising Nov. 1 | Ontario | News | Toronto Sun

Preem sticking with Hydro One sale despite Trudeau win | Ontario | News | Toronto

Where’s Wynne on rising hydro rates? | Ontario | News | Toronto

"The Liberals claim selling 60% of Hydro One to the private sector should lower hydro rates, without explaining how." -- Does anyone know the answer to this question yet?
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Old 10-26-2015, 08:01 AM
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Hydro rates go up because of the sky high union wages and benefits as well as all the senseless "green energy" projects. Privatize or not, it will go up.

They did explain: that the private sector might find "efficiencies" - which is rather laughable. Hydro price is regulated and there is little incentive for the company to be efficient. But they keep repeating the BS.
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