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Stephen Kimber | Late last week, Anonymous Maritimes, an apparent branch plant of the leader-less worldwide network of Internet "hacktivists" issued its latest YouTube manifesto.
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Brendan Haley | The Ontario PCs' assumption that it's possible to slash electricity prices with the wave of a wand, and that in turn will generate large numbers of new jobs, is not believable.
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Stephen Kimber | Could Stephen McNeil's read-my-lips election promise to "save you $46 million per year" on your power bills become his defining no-new-taxes/no-program-cuts, dead-on-the-doorstep electoral moment?
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Ralph Surette | Efficiency Nova Scotia could drop some of its dubious stuff, like changing light bulbs, in exchange for filling the efficiency void, and guiding people to do it themselves.
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Stephen Kimber | Energy Minister Andrew Younger is launching a year-long review of Nova Scotia's electricity system. Younger has already made clear his obsession with cutting power rates, not reducing energy demand.
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Marvin Shaffer | It didn't take very much time at the joint federal-provincial environmental hearing into Site C to realize that it is not the best forum to address the central issue underlying BC Hydro's proposal.
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Marvin Shaffer | When the government imposed its Energy Plan on BC Hydro it never bothered to estimate the costs (or for that matter the benefits) of what it hoped to achieve.
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Marc Lee | Well, my paper with John Calvert on BC Hydro certainly touched a nerve with the B.C. government. In a long piece for the Vancouver Sun, Energy and Mines Minister Rich Coleman lashes back.
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David J. Climenhaga | With electricity rates skyrocketing, what's really needed in Alberta is some good old-fashioned government regulation of this essential service.