A filing prospectus values the utility’s total assets at $22.6 billion.
Premier Wynne claims privatizing 60% of the utility would raise $9 billion for provincial infrastructure development.
Had spending increases been held to the rate of economic growth, Ontario would have a $4 billion surplus today.
Ont. Chamber of Commerce says rising costs could force one in 20 companies out of business.
Hydro One officials are accused of misleading the Ministry of Energy about the extent of its billing problems.
Mandatory 1.9% contributions from employers and workers will be phased in over two years starting in 2017.
Wynne dismisses concerns, says the Ontario Energy Board will still set electricity rates.
So-called clean energy benefit, a 10% rebate on all bills, ends Jan. 1, adding up to $137 to annual consumer electricity costs.
PCs say legislative committee report is proof there was an attempted coverup by the Liberals.
Will use $1.5 million provincial government grant to preserve 200 more jobs and increase production capacity.
Auto parts manufacturer has promised to create 1,200 jobs at its Guelph, Ont. plant over the next 10 years.
Province will phase in 1.9% mandatory contributions starting in 2017.
Warrant seeks the electronic mailbox and backup tapes for Dalton McGuinty’s former chief of staff.
Plan would require employers and employees to each contribute 1.9% of a worker’s salary, up to $1,643 a year
Both eastern premiers have a list of demands about the pipeline proposal.