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Steve Cornwell | In a rabble interview, OFL President Sid Ryan discusses the emerging movement for jobs, justice and the climate.
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Stuart Trew | As expected, people aren't very happy with the WTO decision this week reaffirming the illegality (under global trade rules) of local content requirements in the Ontario Green Energy Act.
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David Suzuki | Canada's future depends on energy policy. It's time we started having a real discussion about it.
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Stuart Trew | The Canadian government is disputing a World Trade Organization decision in December that declared local content requirements in Ontario's Green Energy Act illegal under WTO non-discrimination rules.
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Stuart Trew | Canada has notified the World Trade Organization that it will be appealing a December ruling against the local content rules in Ontario's Green Energy Act.
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Stuart Trew | Gee, I wonder where China got the idea that local content quotas are illegal? Ah yes, possibly from the EU and Japanese WTO challenge to local content requirements in the Ontario Green Energy Act.
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Toronto wind turbine. Photo: David Dodge/Green Energy Futures/Flickr
Stuart Trew | You might have seen news that the WTO will soon declare that the local content rules in Ontario's Green Energy Act are an illegal barrier to trade and investment.
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Steve Cornwell | At the end of March, the Ontario Liberals received their two-year review of the Feed-In Tariff Program. The FIT was a component of 2009's Green Energy Act that aimed to procure renewable energy.
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Nuclear Stations in Canada
Steve Cornwell | In recent news stories about nuclear meltdowns and the future of nuclear energy, I was struck by a significant gap: where is the Canadian content?
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Matthew Adams | The FIT program announced today seems to have a lot going for it and could be a great boost for green energy and jobs, but all is not necessarily looking super in this plan.
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Alice Klein | Recession and climate politics are combining to shake up the pro-nuclear narrative big time, despite industry hopefuls who thought the atomic option was poised to win the low-carbon sweepstakes.
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Alice Klein | Ontario's new Green Energy Act could take the province to the front of the green energy line, or become window dressing for more old-school centralized nuclear power plans.