The Independent Electricity System Operator is deep in secret negotiations with privately  owned Bruce Power for the re-building of the aging reactors at the Bruce B Nuclear Station on the shores of Lake Huron. This proposed deal would be the costliest ever signed between the Ontario government and a private company — running anywhere from $60 – $111 billion. Yet despite falling electricity demand and no shortage of safer and more cost effective options, Ontario’s Minister of Energy is refusing to send any deal to the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) for a full public review. Our new pamphlet lays out five reasons we need an OEB review of any deal with Bruce Power to see if it makes any sense for Ontario.

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