Would you send your child to play in an Industrial Wind Facility?
By Antonella Artuso, Queens’ Park Bureau Chief Toronto Sun
The cost of a $3 million advertising campaign to encourage Ontarians to use less electricity is going straight to their hydro bills.
PC energy critic John Yakubuski said the ads by Ontario Power Authority (OPA) promote the Dalton McGuinty government’s viewpoint on energy.
“With all the money that families are paying for the OPA’s Liberal spin, are you thinking of changing the name to the Ontario Propaganda Authority?” Yakabuski said in the Legislature Thursday.
Tim Butters, of the OPA, said the radio and TV spots were produced at a cost of $400,000, plus the $2.6 million media buy. Continue reading
Note: The wind industry wants no Canadian content requirement. Canadian jobs are not their concern — buying their cheap foreign turbines and labour is the goal.
Subject: Domestic Content Update – Possible changes to Grid Cell 4 and 19 (Wind Power Projects greater than 10 kW, Exhibit D)
The Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (MEI) and the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) are seeking comment on possible changes to the domestic content tables for wind power Feed-in Tariff program contracts. Continue reading