Ontario government stands by OPP commissioner appointment, Horwath demands probe
Acting OPP Commissioner Brad Blair sent a letter to ombudsman Paul Dube on Tuesday night asking him to probe the hiring of Ron Taverner, a Ford family friend.
Ontario’s Ford government set to release climate change plan
The plant won’t include putting a price on carbon.
Doug Ford, in fireside chat, says PC government ‘may’ balance budget by year 4
His government has said the shortfall they inherited from the Liberals was $15 billion.
Liberals defend Hydro One sale they opposed when PCs tried it
Premier Wynne claims privatizing 60% of the utility would raise $9 billion for provincial infrastructure development.
No contempt in Hydro One, ombudsman dealings, speaker rules
Hydro One officials are accused of misleading the Ministry of Energy about the extent of its billing problems.
Tories, NDP warn rates will soar if Liberals sell off Hydro One
Wynne dismisses concerns, says the Ontario Energy Board will still set electricity rates.
Ontario PCs say WSIB operating ‘slush fund’ for OFL training grants
Tories claim the OFL has been granted $12.3 million over 10 years health and safety training.
Tories, NDP issue dissenting opinions in report on cancelled gas plants
PCs say legislative committee report is proof there was an attempted coverup by the Liberals.
Merging energy agencies won’t keep Ontario’s rates from rising: opposition parties
The Independent Electricity System Operator will merge with the Ontario Power Authority on Jan. 1, 2015.