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Selling off Hydro One will be a disaster for Ontario

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Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberals are trying to sell off 60 per cent of Hydro One. Critics say this will negatively affect the already cash-strapped province.

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Privatizing Hydro One is going to hurt, say critics

Photo: flickr/ Markus Grossalber

The Ontario 2015 budget had more than a plan to put beer and wine in grocery stores. The Ontario Liberals are trying to sell off 60 per cent of the publicly owned electricity transmission and distribution company Hydro One.

Critics of the plan say that privatizing the massive network of transmission lines and stations means trouble for workers, the environment, and an already cash-starved province.  

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May 6, 2015 |
Nearly 12,000 British Columbians have signed a petition calling on the provincial government to cancel plans by the Interior Health Authority to privatize hospital laundry services.
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