Provinces prepare for Ottawa’s Sept 1st submission deadline on carbon tax pricing strategy

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil said last week – Nova Scotians won’t be informed what the plan looks like ahead of Ottawa’s Sept. 1st submission deadline According to the Canadian Press – He told reporters there’s no point in showing it to Nova Scotians before the plan gets approved by Ottawa. – “Once we know what the final system is, then of course we’ll take that to Nova Scotians, but we can’t take a system to

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Fallout From Cancelled Ontario Wind Farm Projects Continue

Government’s plan to cancel all renewable projects can hurt provinces business competitiveness July 25, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – Ontario’s plan to cancel wind projects across the board may have long term impact on business environment in the province. The fallout from Doug Ford’s plan that cancelled Ontario Wind Farm Projects continue to make headlines this week. The newly elected Ontario government announced the cancellation of the 18.5-megawatt White Pines project two weeks ago and introduced legislation last week

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Wind Wednesday – Ontario cancels wind farm projects – Alberta introduces new Carbon Reducing Programs

You read that correctly —  Ontario is cancelling 100’s renewable energy projects – Wind farms and solar projects, while Alberta is introducing new ways to CUT Carbon Emissions… July 18, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – Since it’s Wind Wednesday.. let’s start in Ontario… Conveniently early evening last Friday night, July 13, The Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines released their list of projects identified for “Wind down”… (That’s WIND, not WIND – readers… ) Some are Feed-In Tariff

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Travel Tuesday – Gordie Howe Bridge will be just like Gordie – Punching those that try and cross him!

A metaphor of today’s times, An expensive new way for people to get into Canada faster – paid for by Canadians. July 15, 2018 (EnergySpotlight) – Politicians on both sides of the border broke ground today on the new six-lane, Canadian-financed span over the Detroit River to provide connections in Windsor and Detroit. Construction is expected to start by Early October.  The bridge is scheduled to open in 2020.  Along with all the modern border processing

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Wind Wednesday – Doug Ford’s newly elected party acts fast! – Cancelling wind farm for SE Ontario

“You can also expect us to act to ensure that going forward, local communities are better protected from having these kinds of projects imposed on them against their will.” – Ontario MPP Calgary, July 11, 2018 – Back in Calgary for the Stampede this week, but my eyes were on Prince Edward County, a beautiful area in Ontario – East of Toronto on the shores of Lake Ontario…. It also used to be a former

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