Ontario’s $7-billion green energy investment upsets enviros
“We’d like to see the provincial government scrap this deal,” said Mike Schreiner, the Green leader, in an interview with Maclean’s.
The goal is to make Ontario “the place to be for green energy manufacturing in North America,” McGuinty explained.
That’s all well and good, says Schreiner, whose party celebrated the passing of the Green Energy Act last year. But “this deal essentially throws [Ontario companies] under the bus.” Ontario-based projects are shovel ready, he insists. “So why are we offering special deals to multinational corporations?”
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