Will Kathleen Wynne Pull A McGuinty Over Hydro Rates? by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

Will Kathleen Wynne Pull A McGuinty Over Hydro Rates?  by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

Cornwall Ontario – According to media reports, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suggesting that high hydro rates that are crippling Ontario are in fact her fault. Under the guise of caring for the environment,  coal (even though there are new technologies that reduce carbon and pollution)  was phased out in favour of Wind and Solar […]

Toxic Culture @ Root of School Closings Failures in Cornwall Area by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

Toxic Culture @ Root of School Closings Failures in Cornwall Area by Jamie Gilcig NOV 20, 2016

CORNWALL ONTARIO – I left Team Cornwall after a sampling of its former President Gilles Latour, who’s now waiting his court dates from charges of fraud, including of his mother. I also am no longer a member of the Cornwall & Area Chamber of Commerce.    When I first ran for a seat on its […]

Cornwall Panics As Walmart Shut Down After Hydro Blackout Friday Night OCT 22, 2016

Cornwall Panics As Walmart Shut Down After Hydro Blackout Friday Night OCT 22, 2016

Cornwall Ontario –  In a town with a large senior population, a black out hitting the busiest boulevard around Early Bird time was brutal Friday night.    City lights and most of the Brookdale and Downtown core were dark during a massive rain storm. The black out lasted between approximately 6 PM and 8PM. Some […]

Van VS Hydro Pole in Ottawa Leads to Power Outage by Roy Berger OCT 13, 2016

Van VS Hydro Pole in Ottawa Leads to Power Outage by Roy Berger OCT 13, 2016

Ottawa Ontario – Electrical power was knocked out Wednesday afternoon until late in the evening in the 900 block of the Woodward Avenue industrial park and some of the surrounding area. Near 3 PM a middle aged man driving a white contractor’s van accidently struck the guy wire supporting an electric utility pole. The wooden pole quickly snapped in […]

Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Energy From Waste Procurement SEPT 27, 2016

Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Energy From Waste Procurement SEPT 27, 2016

September 27, 2016 Decision Will Reduce Electricity Costs for Consumers Ontario will immediately suspend the second round of its Large Renewable Procurement (LRP II) process and the Energy-from-Waste Standard Offer Program, halting procurement of over 1,000 megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, hydroelectric, bioenergy and energy from waste projects. This decision is expected to save up […]

Letter to the Editor   Wynne Liberals Loan OPG / HYDRO One Unions $111m For Stock in Hydro One

Letter to the Editor   Wynne Liberals Loan OPG / HYDRO One Unions $111m  For Stock in Hydro One

 Ontario Liberals are buying union votes at the hydro rate and taxpayers expense a recently retired Ontario Power Generation CEO  made $1,528,933.36  in 2015  In 2014  at least 148 OPG and Hydro One employees made more than a quarter million dollars a year and there were 12,500 OPG and Hydro One employees who  made more […]

Letter to the Editor – Hydro at Any Cost by Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls APRIL 19, 2016

Letter to the Editor – Hydro at Any Cost by Ross Ayotte of Smiths Falls APRIL 19, 2016

Letter to the editor  Hydro at any cost in Ontari_owe: . Approximately 25 OPG workers are still employed  at the closed coal Lambton station to preserve its idled condition for possible future conversion how many other closed coal plants employ people to do very little. The  Atikokan converted biomass plant  operates at less than 10 […]

Power Out in Cornwall Over Night – Traffic Reminder – SD&G OPP Blotter for NOV 18, 2014

Power Out in Cornwall Over Night – Traffic Reminder – SD&G OPP Blotter for NOV 18, 2014

POWER OUTAGE   Cornwall will be experiencing a momentary power outage in the early morning hours of November 19th, 2014. As a result the Cornwall Community Police Service is reminding the public that during any power outage drivers are should treat all traffic controlled intersections as if they were four way stops. The Cornwall Community […]

Letter to the Editor – Harry Valentine Focuses on Energy For Cornwall & South Stormont Future Growth

Letter to the Editor – Harry Valentine Focuses on Energy For Cornwall & South Stormont Future Growth

A looming municipal election provides opportunity to raise some issues relevant to South Stormont’s future economy. The newly designated industrial area between Hwy 401 and the CN Rail line, to the east of Moulinette Road has the advantage of being in close proximity to main power transmission lines, a natural gas pipeline, an oil pipeline, […]