December 8, 2011

Ontario's Rush to Green Energy Disaster

Editorial, National Post


greenprophet.com

We have long argued that the Ontario government’s headlong rush to convert Canada’s industrial heartland to “green” energy would turn out to be nothing but a colossal waste of money. . .

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