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Kathleen Wynne at Thunder Bay town hall. Photo: Premier of Ontario Photography/flickr
Rick Salutin | Ontario Hydro was a public undertaking funded by the public that returned benefits to all. You can't sell it, you can only swipe it and hand it over, as Kathleen Wynne did.
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Humberto DaSilva | Russian hackers planted malware in Hydro One computers, but the best of Ontario's electricity systems had already been hacked away by a government a little closer to home.
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Rick Salutin | It's hard to recall the hopes Kathleen Wynne once inspired and how fresh she seemed. Let's refresh our memories.
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Image: Flickr/Premier of Ontario Photography
Fred Hahn | Can Ontario's premier admit she was wrong when she rammed through privatization of Hydro One?
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Linda McQuaig | The Liberal government of Kathleen Wynne is hoping Ontarians have long since abandoned the passion that fuelled the century-old popular movement that led to the creation of Ontario Hydro.
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Brent Patterson | There are growing concerns about how the Trudeau government will fund its promised $120 billion in infrastructure spending over the next decade.
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Trish Hennessy | Embrace your inner wonk this holiday season. Here are the most read reports, publications, and blog posts from the CCPA-Ontario in 2015.
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Fred Hahn | Has Canada become a global laughing stock to the ever-growing numbers of people around the world who understand climate change requires action? Yep!
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Toby Sanger | At a time when the Ontario Liberal government is planning to privatize Hydro One, it's instructive to look back and see what the impact of earlier privatizations has been.
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Rick Salutin | When she ran, Wynne seemed committed to new tolls or taxes -- to expand public transit. Then she backtracked, and decided to sell off parts of Hydro One instead.
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Brent Patterson | The privatization of publicly owned electricity utility Hydro One in Ontario could contribute to the privatization of water and wastewater services, with possible trade implications as well.
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Steve Cornwell | As the Ontario Liberals try to sell 60 per cent of publicly owned Hydro One, critics say privatization means trouble for workers, the environment, and an already cash-starved province.