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Dire Warnings About The Sale Of Hydro One

Dire Warnings About The Sale Of Hydro One

[ 0 ] May 14, 2015 |

What do you have when the offices of Auditor-General Bonnie Lysyk, Ombudsman Andre Marin, the information and privacy commissioner, financial accountability officer, integrity commissioner and French language services commissioner and the advocate for Children and Youth, all sign a letter warning that the sale of Hydro One and the bill before the MPPs, will “significantly […]

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Hydro One Wants Exemption On Rules For Billing Accuracy.

Hydro One Wants Exemption On Rules For Billing Accuracy.

[ 0 ] May 12, 2015 |

Parker Gallant has broken yet another story that has not been given much attention by the Main Stream Media. It would appear that those who are in charge of our Hydro system have lost their collective minds. Hydro One has petitioned the Ontario Energy Board for an exemption so they will not have to adhere to […]

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Patrick Brown Wins PC Leadership

Patrick Brown Wins PC Leadership

[ 0 ] May 10, 2015 |

Congratulations to Patrick Brown and his very hard working team on their spectacular win of Leader of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party. It was a hard fought race and Christine Elliot was a formidable opponent. Now that this is done, (and yes, I’m glad to get this out of the way), we as conservatives, big […]

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Alberta Goes NDP Orange

Alberta Goes NDP Orange

[ 0 ] May 7, 2015 |

Those of us with a few extra years under our belt, aren’t sure whether to laugh or cry. Watching what just happened Tuesday in Alberta, is mind numbing on a few levels. For those of us that are old enough to remember someone by the name of Bob Rae, there has to be a sense of […]

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Sex Ed – If Push Comes To Shove.

Sex Ed – If Push Comes To Shove.

[ 0 ] May 6, 2015 |

We know that the people who are pushing this radical sexual education curriculum on Ontario school kids, are militants.  We also have seen that they think nothing of bullying anyone who disagrees with them. Sadly that militancy seems to extend all the way up to the Premier’s Office.  We have seen the name calling and […]

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Thousands Turn Out To Protest Sex Ed in Mississauga!

Thousands Turn Out To Protest Sex Ed in Mississauga!

[ 0 ] May 4, 2015 |

Outstanding is the word that comes to mind, when I see the photos from Sunday’s rally in Mississauga. This is how it’s done.  Don’t let up, don’t give in.  The pictures of the turnout are quite impressive! Parents are planning on holding their children out of school this week in protest against the Sex Ed […]

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Wynne Takes Her Sweet Time Meeting With OPP

Wynne Takes Her Sweet Time Meeting With OPP

[ 0 ] April 30, 2015 |

Well finally, on Wednesday, April 29th, Kathleen Wynne met with the OPP’s detectives who are investigating bribery allegations, that stemmed from the Sudbury by-election. It’s quite interesting that Ms. Wynne has been given over 2 months to meet with them. Do you suppose that we’d be given that latitude if they wanted to question us? […]

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It’s Budget Day, Ontario Style.

It’s Budget Day, Ontario Style.

[ 0 ] April 23, 2015 |

So Wynne and her incompetent, over spending Liberals, predictably complained about the Federal budget.  They didn’t get a big enough piece of the Canadian financial pie and they now get to hand down their own budget for the province. While the Feds managed to not send OR SPEND our finances down the toilet, let’s see […]

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Here A Strike, There A Strike

Here A Strike, There A Strike

[ 0 ] April 20, 2015 |

Here a strike, there a strike, everywhere a strike. Even though various unions threw millions of dollars into helping Wynne and her Liberals get elected, clearly it wasn’t enough for labour peace. Durham announced Saturday night that their Secondary Teachers will not be hitting the classrooms on Monday.  High School kids in the region, will […]

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Wynne’s Sell Off May Hit A Road Block Or Two

Wynne’s Sell Off May Hit A Road Block Or Two

[ 0 ] April 19, 2015 |

It appears that the speculation that Ms Wynne and her Liberals are going to “re-write” the Electricity Act, has some merit. The Electricity Act requires that any revenue from a sale of Hydro assets must be applied to the debt.  That annoyance hinders the Liberals from taking the sell off money and spending it as […]

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