By Martin Regg Cohn Guelph Mercury (May 20, 2015) – Selling Hydro One is no ordinary sales job for Kathleen Wynne. For a premier who places a premium on conversations, consultations and consensus, the proposed sale is a done deal. Wynne is pushing her privatization plan through the Ontario LegislatureRead More →

By Rob Houle The St. Catharine’s Standard (June 16, 2015) — The Liberal government has no mandate from the people of Ontario to sell off Hydro One, NDP Leader Andrea Horwath said to a gathering of like-minded people Tuesday night. “I think everybody in this province knows that this government has noRead More →

Editorial by (June 11, 2015) — ISSUE: Introduction of increased privatization means higher prices, headaches for customers. It’s said that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. If so, Ontario’s Liberal government seems determined to construct a multi-lane highway straight to the underworld if last week’s passage of theRead More →

By Adrian Morrow The Globe and Mail (June 2, 2015) — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has pulled an iron curtain over Hydro One, ensuring one of the largest privatizations in the province’s history will unfold in secret. The Liberals’ omnibus budget bill passed a final vote in the legislature Wednesday.Read More →

By Aston Patis Blackburn News  (May 28, 2015) — Protesters took to the lawn of Queens Park and London MPP Deb Matthews’ office this afternoon to protest the Liberal government’s plan to privatize Hydro One. The Liberal government announced it would be selling a 60% stake in Hydro One. Individual shareholders wouldRead More →

Editorial by The Orangeville Citizen (May 27, 2015) — THE DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES of the Harris government’s decision to sell its only toll road to a private consortium should have been enough to deter them, but now we have fresh evidence of the need for the current Ontario government to abandon its plan toRead More →

By Emily Haws The North Bay Nugget (May 26, 2015) — Verdon Vaillancourt is afraid what happened with the privatization of highway maintenance is going to happen with the partial privatization of Hydro One. Vaillancourt, who made a presentation Thursday to the Ontario Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs said privatizationRead More →