Province figures to save $200 million paying when power isn’t needed.
Fraser Institute report slams plan as too costly.
Senior staff had a legal obligation to retain their records and email correspondence
Energy minister Chiarelli says legislation will comply with WTO ruling.
Energy minister Chiarelli says legislation will comply with WTO ruling
Ruling against domestic renewable energy manufacturing a signal global trade rules need to be changed, union says.
Ten times costlier than pollution controls, yet yielding the same benefits
Ontario-made turbines will generate enough energy to power 120,000 homes.
The US-based Mesa Power Group LLC is taking legal action against the Canadian government for what it claims to be violations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) as it pursued 565 megawatts of wind energy projects in western Ontario.