Ontario spent $231M to tear up green energy deals: PCs

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Ontario spent $231 million last year to tear up over 750 renewable energy contracts. Associate Energy Minister Bill Walker defended the cost Tuesday, blaming the previous Liberal government for signing the deals while the province had an oversupply of electricity. The Progressive Conservative government cancelled the contracts last July, just weeks after winning the provincial […]

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