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She estimates the plan will cost almost $40 billion over 30 years.
CN apparently even charged Metrlonix for work for its own operations.
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Marginal impact on GHG reductions?
An eight-per-cent rebate on electricity bills comes into effect Jan. 1.
"There has been no change to the relevant accounting standard>"
Legislative committee is holding hearings over the summer.
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"The ministry has little information as to what these funds were actually used for."
Ontario is taking a comprehensive approach to cutting emissions, which is a good thing. While some folks may love to hate the Green Energy and Green Economy Act, the reality is that it's the reason Ontario is Canada's clean technology leader. And the coal phase out was the right move, too, which is why it's being emulated by Alberta, why Ontario hit its 2014 GHG emissions target, why our air is now smog-free, and why people like me, who care about the environment and our kids' future, can breathe more easily.
374 private business projects received $2.36 billion between 2004 and May 31, 2015.
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The watchdog highlighted one case where it took 52 days for just a phone assessment.
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Consider that in 2013/14 interest on the provincial debt was $10.6 billion. According to the province's fall fiscal update, that was just over half of all provincial sales tax revenue paid by Ontarians last year ($20.5 billion). So Ontarians should know that when you pay your provincial sales tax at the till, half of it flutters away just to pay your provincial government's debt interest.
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Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
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