governments in managing the Ontario Hydro portfolio. It was a mistake also to expect a single generation to pay for infrastructure neglected for decades and designed to serve future generations.
There is to be a 25% cut in rates.
It's hard to find fault with the cut even if one was so inclined . I see no reason to pay extortionate charges for hydr to keep cost down for users twenty years down the road.
It may well be an afterthought but I find the Premier's reasoning completely fair and sensible.
Better late than never.
With thousands of others, I signed a petition demanding the government recognise severe hardship created by huge increases in hydro bills.
The government has responded positively.
Criticism for hydro mismanagement is due the government still.
This decision is not part of it.
Contrived issues are not required. Opposition leaders need to work harder at the job.
Just before Premier Wynn spoke, a news headline informed us a Polish-Euro Rep politician had
drawn some negative attention to himself by stating women should be paid less because women are less intelligent.
I smiled to myself.