Hydro One plans to buy part of one of the dirtiest coal plants in the western United States through its acquisition of Avista.  Instead of spending its money on dirty coal, Hydro One could profitably invest in improving energy efficiency right here in Ontario, which would help lower bills for millions of Ontarians.  The utility could also expand transmission connections with Quebec, allowing us to import more low cost water power.  For more on Hydro One’s cleaner investment options, click here.

Please sign the petition and tell the Ontario Government to make it illegal for Hydro One to invest in coal anywhere.

Stop Hydro One from investing in dirty coal

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587 susan michetti mt horeb Nov 27, 2017
586 Christopher Harris Toronto Oct 02, 2017
585 Meaghan Orlinski Sep 26, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Let us not slide backwards! We need bold leaders to take us forward.
584 SANDY DIMAKARAKOS Sep 25, 2017
583 kwameh fonkeng ottawa Sep 12, 2017
582 Yovita Kaseke Sudbury Sep 07, 2017
581 Suraj Baral waterloo Sep 07, 2017
580 W Purkis Sep 07, 2017
579 Matt Dunn Sep 07, 2017
578 ross sutherland hartington Sep 07, 2017
577 Scott Hodge Lindsay Sep 07, 2017
576 Peter Stogios Toronto Sep 07, 2017
575 Glen Strathy Sep 07, 2017
574 Lea Bannon Toronto Aug 16, 2017
573 Ginny Colling Seagrave Aug 16, 2017
572 Charles Rhodes Sharon Aug 13, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
571 Noor Toeama BURLINGTON Aug 13, 2017
570 Richard Hennick Scarborough Aug 12, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
569 Ricardo Grinspun Toronto Aug 11, 2017
568 Daphne Stapleton Toronto Aug 11, 2017
567 melissa putt toronto Aug 11, 2017
566 Sue Corcoran Aug 11, 2017
565 Zdenek Neumann Aug 10, 2017
564 Jan Hartgerink Kingston Aug 10, 2017
563 Fong Di Caterina Toronto Aug 10, 2017
562 Yan Li Pickering Aug 10, 2017
561 stan kozak guelph Aug 09, 2017
560 Jill Kimmel Milford Aug 09, 2017
559 Albert Roffey Scarborough Aug 09, 2017
558 Jim Bridle Aug 09, 2017
557 Margo Does London Aug 09, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. And, do NOT invest tin coal elsewhere, such as in Montana.
556 LESLIE THURSTON TORONTO Aug 09, 2017
555 N. Sheralam Toronto Aug 09, 2017
554 Tove Reece Sherwood Park Aug 09, 2017
553 Brian Porter Burlington Aug 09, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. If Ontario had chosen Quebec, relatively, clean power 30 years ago, we'd be at least 100 billion bucks richer and we still have the daunting cost of cleaing up the nuclear waste that is presently stored in our nuke plants! Do what is best for Ontario, up house insulation standards so we use less power,.. and lets use Canadian power sources, like Hydro Quebec!
552 John Cowan Toronto Aug 09, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants.
551 Leah Rucchetto Toronto Aug 08, 2017
550 Harald Simon Mindemoya Aug 08, 2017
549 Rena Ginsberg Toronto Aug 08, 2017
548 ISABELLA FRANCESCO toronto Aug 08, 2017
547 Kim Barnes Cobourg Aug 08, 2017
546 Peggy Abbott Peterborough Aug 08, 2017
545 John Laurin Niagara Falls Aug 08, 2017
544 Dr. Jean Zigby Montreal Aug 08, 2017
543 Rena Ginsberg Toronto Aug 08, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec, rather than spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
542 Margaret Sharp Niagara on the Lake Aug 08, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. As far as climate change goes, until the whole world changes I do not see how Ontario will make any kind of difference in the amount of carbon going into the atmosphere.
541 Hanna Heger Aug 08, 2017
540 Christina Pullara Aug 07, 2017
539 Janice Chytra Toronto Aug 07, 2017
538 Tore Eriksen Aug 07, 2017
537 Shannon McLaughlin Aug 07, 2017
536 MYRTO KOUMARIANOS TORONTO Aug 07, 2017
535 Caterina Lindman Waterloo Aug 07, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Otherwise, we seem hypocritical.
534 Luc Rousselle Toronto Aug 07, 2017
533 James Ellis Toronto Aug 07, 2017
532 Flora Villanueva Pickering Ontario Aug 07, 2017
531 David and Cynthia Vincent Ottawa Aug 07, 2017
530 Jane Gadsby Beamsville Aug 07, 2017
529 Jayne Forbes Kitchener Aug 07, 2017
528 Emmie Galer Aug 07, 2017
527 Cameron Smith Lansdowne Aug 06, 2017 I can't tell you how angry I am with Premier Wynn. First she sold off a large chunk of Hydro One, which is a PUBLIC utility, i.e. a utility that belongs to and serves the people of Ontario. Now, Hydro One has acquired Avista, one of the dirtiest coal plants in the western United States. Instead, as the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government should be ensuring that Hydro One is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost electricity from water power in Quebecs. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
526 Beverley Cathcart-Ross Toronto Aug 06, 2017
525 June Caskey Hamilton Aug 06, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Please realize that the people of Ontario do not want power from coal!!
524 Brian Danniels Toronto Aug 06, 2017
523 Sean Campbell Waterloo Aug 06, 2017
522 detlef zahm lindsay Aug 06, 2017
521 Pauline Richards Waterloo Aug 06, 2017
520 Gay Nemeth Mississauga Aug 06, 2017
519 Catherine Prinsen Peterborough Aug 06, 2017
518 Elizabeth Chitty St. Catharines Aug 06, 2017
517 Martha OConnor Aug 05, 2017
516 Mary Singleton Peterborough Aug 05, 2017
515 ian gray Aug 05, 2017
514 Domenica Tambasco Aug 05, 2017
513 carol celenza holland landing Aug 05, 2017
512 Lawrence Campbell Aug 05, 2017
511 Daniel Murphy Toronto Aug 05, 2017
510 Liz Vankralingen Aug 05, 2017
509 Mauro Coutinho Waterloo Aug 05, 2017
508 James Leclerc Aug 05, 2017
507 anthony gatti welland Aug 05, 2017
506 Allan Poulsen Kanata Aug 04, 2017
505 Glen Caradus Peterborough Aug 04, 2017
504 David DePoe Aug 04, 2017
503 Sil Pro Aug 04, 2017
502 Denis Beaulieu Scarborough Aug 04, 2017
501 Mary Everrett Aug 04, 2017
500 Janis Daly TORONTO Aug 04, 2017
499 bill bigelow toronto Aug 04, 2017
498 JIM NERR TORONTO Aug 04, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. iNVEST in clean air alternatives and close the mines to save humanity from ill health and extinction.
497 Robert Sorrenti Aug 04, 2017
496 Brent Williams Aug 04, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. How does purchasing a coal plant in the Western United States help Ontario receive more energy? And why does your government charge us a Carbon tax when they are willing to invest in Coal burning power plants? Your government has mixed messages and are hypocrites. Can't wait for the election so we can vote you out. Thanks for nothing, A pissed off Ontarian
495 Gary Campbell Ottawa Aug 04, 2017
494 Larry Rooney Port HOpe, Aug 04, 2017
493 Eduardo Diconca Aug 04, 2017
492 David Love Ajax Aug 04, 2017
491 Brian Siebert North Bay Aug 04, 2017
490 Karina Maynard Aug 04, 2017
489 Susan Dalton Mississauga Aug 04, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. WITHOUT PREJUDICE: It is hard to believe that our TAXPAYER dollars are continually being diverted by the Liberal Government to absolutely unbelievable, short-sighted, negligent, unjustifiable and just plain stupid investments. How in the world, in this day and age, when Ontario deliberately stopped electricity generation from coal, can this Wynne Liberal Government even consider such an inept way of spending our dollars, without our permission. We already know this government is incapable of making good and solid decisions on spending. I have never voted for Liberals and will continue to vote against them in the next and future elections for this very reason and their record while in office bears out this claim. There is hope that President Trump will disallow the purchase and/or management of an electricity coal generator in the U.S. by a foreign government. Surely, sanity will prevail from the U.S. side of the border because it certainly is not evident on the Canadian side. Canada should definitely have a policy against any taxpayer dollars being invested/diverted into coal generation and if we do not, where is our beloved Prime Minister on this issue when he's not posing for selfie's? A sad joke for all of us.
488 Doris Burns Etobicoke Aug 04, 2017
487 Lorrie Streeter Aug 04, 2017
486 Russell Brabant Mcgregor Aug 04, 2017
485 Amy Steele Aug 04, 2017
484 Daljit Cheema Burlington Aug 04, 2017
483 Jo Ann Morello Oakville Aug 04, 2017
482 Denise Bowman Welland Aug 04, 2017
481 Sydney-May Legault Oshawa Aug 04, 2017
480 iassen kobarelov Montreal Aug 04, 2017
479 Maggie Panter Toronto Aug 04, 2017
478 Vinai Cyriac Pickering Aug 03, 2017
477 colin bray etobicoke Aug 03, 2017
476 Michael Suchocki Barrie Aug 03, 2017
475 satya vayu Portland Aug 03, 2017
474 Ken Forgeron St. Catharines Aug 03, 2017
473 Ann Marie Fish Richmond Hill Aug 03, 2017
472 Denyse Robillard Scarborough Aug 03, 2017
471 Susan Wellisch Toronto Aug 03, 2017
470 Dan Maitland Guelph Aug 03, 2017
469 George Stewart Toronto Aug 03, 2017
468 Betty Navratil Markham Aug 03, 2017
467 Helen Hoy Aug 03, 2017
466 Penny Sandvold Clarksburg Aug 03, 2017
465 Rachel Yance St. Catharines Aug 03, 2017
464 Madeline Rageas Aug 03, 2017
463 Charles Ritchie Scarborough Aug 03, 2017
462 paul hyckie torotno Aug 03, 2017
461 Bruce Crofts Toronto Aug 03, 2017
460 Helen Gerson Ottawa Aug 03, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I am shocked to learn that Hydro One is investing in a coal plant - how absurd that the Ontario Government would allow this. Please make the legislative changes necessary to prevent Hydro One from investing in coal. We have little time left to save the planet. We must use every tool possible to invest only in renewable energy.
459 George Canetti Aug 03, 2017
458 John Ellis Toronto Aug 03, 2017
457 Roslyn Rus Aug 03, 2017
456 Linda hicks Aug 03, 2017
455 Marlon Lo Aug 03, 2017
454 Peter Barron Peterborough Aug 03, 2017
453 Graham Jackson Richmond Hill Aug 03, 2017
452 Philip Richards Aug 03, 2017
451 Joanne Spence St Catharines Aug 03, 2017
450 Jordan Furman Port Hope Aug 03, 2017
449 Anna Murley Barrie Aug 03, 2017
448 Janice Wilton Oshawa Aug 03, 2017
447 Harry Smaller Toronto Aug 03, 2017
446 John Lynn Fonthill Aug 03, 2017 Ontario Hydro was the most indebted corporation on Planet Earth in 1990 (Maurice Strong as CEO made it even worse). Splitting it in two - an accounting sleight of hand. The Green Energy Act and wind turbines without storage went against all engineering sense and is an ongoing loss to be subsidized by everyone into the future. You sold our assets and income side and now it's acting like a Capitalist Corporation playing the zero-sum game of acquisition growth via a foreign coal energy network. Dirty energy and dirty business likely dreamt up by the finance MBA suits with some justification story about synergy creation:- i.e.- 1+1=3. No, 1+1 =2, unlike ENRON. Speaking Truth to Power, no pun intended, I'm calling you out as incompetent stewards of (Ontario?) Hydro One. Sunshine list salaries and all remain uncritically content. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
445 Linda McD Notl Aug 03, 2017
444 Vato Katchibaia Toronto Aug 03, 2017
443 Anne Kaufmann Richmond Hill Aug 03, 2017
442 Kathy Dearing Aug 03, 2017
441 micky renders Peterborough Aug 03, 2017
440 Elizabeth Keenan Toronto Aug 03, 2017
439 Brent O'Brien Aug 03, 2017
438 Richard Findlay Toronto Aug 03, 2017
437 Sybille Hahn Thornhill Aug 03, 2017
436 Judi Poulson Fairmont Aug 03, 2017
435 Alan Barthel Toronto Aug 03, 2017
434 Sufiya Mary Reid Aug 03, 2017
433 Maureen Teixeira Mississauga Aug 03, 2017
432 Julie Boisselle Pickering Aug 03, 2017
431 Tony Reddin Bonshaw Aug 03, 2017
430 Bert Dietz Ajax On Aug 03, 2017
429 Paul Jenkins Toronto Aug 03, 2017
428 Andrea Chaitra Toronto Aug 03, 2017
427 Ryan Chaitra Toronto Aug 03, 2017
426 Christina Archer Toronto Aug 03, 2017
425 Sofia Duzha Toronto Aug 03, 2017
424 Nitin Kumar Aug 03, 2017
423 Simon Chaitra Toronto Aug 03, 2017
422 Jeff Da Silva Aug 03, 2017
421 renee cotton Oshawa Aug 03, 2017
420 robert streich Oakville Aug 03, 2017
419 Gerry Fielding Aug 03, 2017
418 Kim Lichty Bright's Grove Aug 03, 2017
417 joan ng pickering Aug 03, 2017
416 Larry Crowe Aug 03, 2017
415 Ed Fiedler Austin Aug 03, 2017
414 Bill Tomkins Sault Ste Marie Aug 03, 2017
413 Kiarash Hadji Pickering Aug 03, 2017
412 Ben Manthorpe Aug 03, 2017
411 Luke Morrison Pefferlaw Aug 03, 2017
410 Samantha Caldwell Richmond HIll Aug 03, 2017
409 charles Faust Aug 03, 2017
408 Donna Keddie Kitchener Aug 03, 2017
407 Marcia Parker Oshawa Aug 03, 2017
406 Kathy Thorpe Mississauga Aug 03, 2017
405 Clyde Smith Gormley Aug 03, 2017
404 pam mountain toronto Aug 03, 2017
403 Kenise Kilbride East York Aug 03, 2017
402 Vincent St. Jean Pickering Aug 03, 2017
401 Jon Catillo Toronto Aug 03, 2017
400 Graham Bailey Greenbank Aug 03, 2017
399 Jane Story Toronto Aug 03, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Bring back feed-in tariffs for more wind and solar energy!!!
398 Susan Hirst Midland Aug 03, 2017
397 Erica Fischer Aug 03, 2017
396 John Steckley Bolton Aug 03, 2017
395 Richard Duffy Aug 03, 2017
394 Sarah Rix Toronto Aug 03, 2017
393 Andrea Dube-Goss Aug 03, 2017
392 Peter Hamill Aug 03, 2017
391 Zain Patel Aug 02, 2017
390 Honey Rosenbaum Toronto Aug 02, 2017
389 Alison Woodcock Peterborough Aug 02, 2017
388 Kent Newman Ypsilanti Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing more in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec, Then we don' need to spend money on dirty coal plants. The Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in, coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
387 Natasha vaney Etobicoke Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water/renewable power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. But now that the Liberal's have sold off controlling shares to private without public discourse it is not surprising this is a US company really. Why do we need more electricity aren't we giving it away to the U.S. for free at the high cost to Ontario's?
386 Carole Brooker Aug 02, 2017
385 Tom Lawson Port Hope Aug 02, 2017
384 Nancy Sears Barker Toronto Aug 02, 2017
383 Anthony Wilson Wilson toronto Aug 02, 2017
382 Linda Willson Gore Bat Aug 02, 2017
381 Barry Wilson Thornhill Aug 02, 2017
380 Bonnie Parsons Burlington Aug 02, 2017
379 Ian Mead The Archipelago Aug 02, 2017
378 faith gill roseneath Aug 02, 2017
377 Philip Kienholz Peterborough Aug 02, 2017
376 Linda Feldy Toronto Aug 02, 2017
375 Louisa O'Reilly Toronto Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I could not say it better!
374 Rolf Thiessen Waterloo Aug 02, 2017
373 Lillian Necakov Toronto Aug 02, 2017
372 Helen Weir St. Catharines, On Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
371 Michael Caldwell Toronto Aug 02, 2017
370 Paul Reid Caledon Aug 02, 2017
369 Jacqueline Wakefield Tobermory Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government is in a strong position to prevent Hydro One from spending its money on dirty coal plants! As the government that has shown leadership by phasing out coal in our province, such a step seems hypocritical!! Please help ensure that the utility now shows leadership by investing in energy efficiency & conservation to lower bills for Ontarians and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec. Is it not possible for the Ontario Government to legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal -- as a longer term action to preserve our leadership on climate change?
368 Allan Greenbaum Toronto Aug 02, 2017
367 Brewster Kneen Aug 02, 2017
366 Don Goodfellow Westport Aug 02, 2017
365 Joshua Franklin Ottawa Aug 02, 2017
364 Jennifer Bryan Toronto Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Also, spend some time and money educating the public on the benefits of renewable energy, the FIT programs, and the good things being done to preserve our environment and provide clean, safe electricity for Ontarians. Enough reacting - time to be proactive.
363 Dennis Bartels Toronto Aug 02, 2017
362 Lois Banks Richmond Hill Aug 02, 2017
361 Katie McKenna Toronto Aug 02, 2017
360 Jean Wilson Hamilton Aug 02, 2017
359 Leslie Warren Aug 02, 2017 Shocking. No coal here but investing south of the boarder. Sounds like Ontario. The GTA sent its garbage out of country for years... I have heard we also signed an agreement for data storage south of the border... where electricity prices are cheaper. We don't like to do our own laundry. Very disappointing province in which we live.
358 Connie Brown Peterborough Aug 02, 2017
357 Sue Hegedus Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should please legislate a BAN on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Thank You!
356 Deborah Harris St Thomas Aug 02, 2017
355 Evelyn Kee Whitby Aug 02, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. STOP INVESTING IN DIRTY COAL!
354 Ian Smith Fonthill Aug 02, 2017
353 Robert Aldred Toronto Aug 02, 2017
352 Karen Root campbellville Aug 02, 2017
351 Barbara Schumacher Heidelberg Aug 02, 2017
350 Liisa North Toronto Aug 02, 2017
349 d kraus wheatley Aug 02, 2017
348 Sharon Schmidt Aug 02, 2017
347 Christopher Grouios Toronto Aug 02, 2017
346 Ann Turnbull Pickering Aug 01, 2017
345 Peter Morgan Peterborough Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I encourage you to block Hydro One's purchase of Avista so that the citizens of Ontario do not participate in the ownership and operation of a company that does major harm to the environment and accelerates climate change.
344 Alanna Morgan Peterborough Aug 01, 2017
343 Dr. William MacPhee Golden Lake Aug 01, 2017
342 Joanne Yourkevich Oshawa Aug 01, 2017
341 Paul Woodman Toronto Aug 01, 2017
340 Christine Edgar Brockville Aug 01, 2017
339 Martin Collier GUELPH Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. That includes investing $6.7 billion in Avista -- a "minor share" that won't influence the company's operations in Montana. Indeed, Montana is not even a member of the Western Climate Initiative and has voted against cap and trade since at least 2009. Do the right thing: stop this CO2 causing deal and get back to investing in renewable energy and mobility pricing so a GHG difference can actually be achieved.
338 Clarke Topp Ottawa Aug 01, 2017
337 Mary Potter Aug 01, 2017
336 david clarkson toronto Aug 01, 2017
335 Mary Lovett Toronto Aug 01, 2017
334 Berndina Schut Burlington Aug 01, 2017
333 Michelle Johnson Aug 01, 2017
332 Chelsea St Jean Toronto Aug 01, 2017
331 Terry Knight Aug 01, 2017
330 Yanlong Li Aug 01, 2017
329 Gregory Howard Kremble St.Catharines Aug 01, 2017
328 Robert Young Toronto Aug 01, 2017
327 Ed Prinselaar Thunder Bay Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.Since Ontario has adopted a green energy plan, investing in companies which use coal presents an unacceptable contradiction between policy and action. We can do better. Ed Prinselaar -215 Madeline str. Thunder Bay.
326 Jacinta McDonnell Aug 01, 2017
325 Joanne Olafson Aug 01, 2017
324 Sanjin Zeco Aug 01, 2017
323 Elizabeth Gilarowski Aug 01, 2017
322 William Shore Sutton Aug 01, 2017
321 Charles Foster East Gwillimbury Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Your government's continued focus on nuclear power confounds and distresses me. This is not clean power as you claim. You are forgetting we still have to figure out a safe and cost effective method of dealing with the resultant nuclear waste. I doubt Ontarians will ever forgive your government for selling off Hydro One. It's right up there with selling off Hwy 407.
320 Homi Bam Aug 01, 2017
319 James McKeen Belleville Aug 01, 2017
318 Max Voysey Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Sincerely, M.Voysey
317 Ann Tiidus Aug 01, 2017
316 Gerhard Wolfel Aug 01, 2017
315 Charles Simon Eden Mills Aug 01, 2017
314 Barbara Riesberry Brockville Aug 01, 2017
313 Don Lawlor Baysville Aug 01, 2017
312 Ken Williams Havelock Aug 01, 2017
311 Jenny Carter Peterborough Aug 01, 2017
310 Gerry Fielding Aug 01, 2017
309 Michael May Mississauga Aug 01, 2017
308 Walter Brooker Toronto Aug 01, 2017
307 Brian Jantzi Toronto Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal-fired power generation, in the US or anywhere, to preserve our leadership on climate change. In addition, the Ontario Government could elect to keep electricity rates affordable by directing these billions of dollars in Hydro One capital towards retiring Ontario's sizable nuclear debt.
306 Beth Mahy Aug 01, 2017
305 Carol Camilleri Toronto Aug 01, 2017
304 Walter Buchwalder Aug 01, 2017
303 Ray Gill Toronoto Aug 01, 2017
302 deborah huntley toronto Aug 01, 2017
301 craig ( clean air alliance) jasman toronto Aug 01, 2017
300 beth carlson toronto Aug 01, 2017
299 Richard Ackerman Pickering Aug 01, 2017
298 Janice Ashworth Aug 01, 2017
297 Ruth Perkins Toronto Aug 01, 2017
296 Ken Billings Ottawa Aug 01, 2017
295 Mariane Cancilla Aug 01, 2017
294 Chris Weissflog Merrickville Aug 01, 2017
293 Sue Westgarth Aug 01, 2017
292 Debra Mair Ottawa Aug 01, 2017
291 Adrian Currie Toronto Aug 01, 2017
290 Jackie Dick Ajax Aug 01, 2017
289 Linda Gasser Whitby Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Furthermore, overpaying untested executives, especially without also tying their compensation to delivering measurable outcomes that would benefit Ontarians, their largest shareholder. Overpaying to the degree Mr. Schmidt is compensated only serves to make him more out of touch than ever with the needs of the largest shareholder, the public. Mr. Schmidt should stick to his knitting, keeping in mind that Hydro One is a provincial transmission and distribution provider.
288 Jennifer Macdonald Scarborough Aug 01, 2017
287 Linda Gearing Collingwood Aug 01, 2017
286 Eric Mills toronto Aug 01, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Of course, by privatizing a major chunk of Hydro One, your government intended it to behave like a greedy corporation rather than serve public goals, and it has duly become less accountable to the public. But as the major shareholder -- even better, if Hydro One was renationalized -- the government can try to make it behave better.
285 eva filipiak Aug 01, 2017
284 Heidi Schiele Vancouver Aug 01, 2017
283 doris cassidy oakville Aug 01, 2017
282 Ronald Shrimpton Pickering Aug 01, 2017
281 Ian Roberts Scarborough Jul 31, 2017
280 Heather Urquhart Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. (This is also one important reason why the government must maintain controlling interest in Hydro One, so the government can stop Hydro from making stupid-ass decisions like buying a coal-fired utility!!)
279 Ivan Gallegos Toronto Jul 31, 2017
278 Norman Liota Guelph Jul 31, 2017
277 Richard Felix Jul 31, 2017
276 Bryn Waern Toronto Jul 31, 2017
275 Mario Liscio Pickering Jul 31, 2017
274 Sal Badali Mississauga Jul 31, 2017
273 Linda Browne Brooklin Jul 31, 2017
272 Shaya Petroff Toronto Jul 31, 2017
271 Nora Robicheau Jul 31, 2017
270 Carol Buller Scarborough Jul 31, 2017
269 John Morgan Midland Jul 31, 2017
268 Lorne Beatty Brighton Jul 31, 2017
267 Ruth Hartman Jul 31, 2017
266 Mark Drysdale Jul 31, 2017
265 Candace Seguinot Toronto Jul 31, 2017
264 william frankum hamilton Jul 31, 2017
263 Klara Young Jul 31, 2017
262 Jerry Prager Elora Jul 31, 2017 Enough of this .stupidity already
261 Oxanna Adams Guelph Jul 31, 2017
260 Dawn Boston Massey Jul 31, 2017
259 Alex Karpov OTTAWA Jul 31, 2017
258 Andrew Serafin Guelph Jul 31, 2017
257 Don Glover Tofino Jul 31, 2017
256 Carrie James Niagara Falls Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal or anything else environmentally "dirty", to preserve our leadership on climate change. I am personally ashamed of the actions of Hydro One as respresentatives of energy producers in Canada.
255 Gordon Crowe Toronto Jul 31, 2017
254 Heather Curry Bradford Jul 31, 2017
253 John Gittins Toronto Jul 31, 2017
252 Angie Mayhew Jul 31, 2017
251 Twyla Meyer Pomona Los Angeles County Jul 31, 2017
250 Rob Martin Pickering Jul 31, 2017
249 Michael Kirkby Toronto Jul 31, 2017
248 Peter Rodrigues Locust Hill Jul 31, 2017
247 E. Hope Richards Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I am shocked and ashamed! This is so hypocritical! To be bragging about clean energy and investing in coal anywhere in the world!
246 Craig Murray Windsor Jul 31, 2017
245 Don Dorward Pickering Jul 31, 2017
244 Robert McMaster London Jul 31, 2017
243 J. Fred Brailey Orangeville Jul 31, 2017
242 Kris Kozell Toronto Jul 31, 2017
241 June GURVICH Toronto Jul 31, 2017
240 Chad Morton Toronto Jul 31, 2017
239 Brigitte and Tim Bonner Jul 31, 2017
238 Mark Gorgolewski Toronto Jul 31, 2017
237 Nima Basharat Toronto Jul 31, 2017
236 Lynda McMurtrie North York Jul 31, 2017
235 Jacques Boucher Chambly Jul 31, 2017
234 Tatiana Wong Pickering, Jul 31, 2017
233 Kerstin Muth Jul 31, 2017
232 Bill Doyle Ridgeway Jul 31, 2017
231 Terrence Conroy Golden Lake Jul 31, 2017
230 Donald Willmott Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I VOTED LIBERAL. THe whole energy fiasco of supporting nuclear, privatizing even more, and now buying coal production in the US disgusts me. I overlooked the gas-plant disaster, but the continuing charade threatens good stuff like tuition subsidies and a higher minimum wage. THe Tories will win! I cannot support you or them.
229 David Arthur Kitchener, Ontario Jul 31, 2017
228 David Walton Owen Sound Jul 31, 2017
227 Gurbeen Bhasin Toronto Jul 31, 2017
226 Rosemarie Morris Ancaster Jul 31, 2017
225 Sumi Hasegawa D.D.O. Jul 31, 2017
224 Carolyn Chapman Kingston Jul 31, 2017
223 Maria Kastellitz Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I am absolutely in accord with the above statement......one small note....this ridiculous statement that ALL GOVERNMENTS bandy about..."namely...CLIMATE CHANGE" ....which has ALWAYS BEEN IN THE history of our times....yet at FIRST was called..."CLIMATE WARMING" years ago. Please stop this nonsense...CLIMATE is ALWAYS CHANGING".... so...Hydro One should accept the more common-sense and reasonable approach to getting power from Quebec HYDRO/WATER power....we are...after all...PART OF CANADA. Maria Kastellitz
222 Kenneth Lapointe Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
221 Dominique Bruce Toronto Jul 31, 2017
220 James Agnew Sault Ste. Marie Jul 31, 2017
219 Deborah OConnor Cobourg Jul 31, 2017 Selling off Hydro One is bad enough, after the gas plant scandal and wasted funds, but to now sell the facility off to a coal producing private company is outrageous. STOP IT! KEEP OUR PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC!
218 Diane Shears Toronto Jul 31, 2017
217 Dave Connell Huntsville Jul 31, 2017
216 Bill Cameron Kenora Jul 31, 2017
215 Anne Leonard Toronto Jul 31, 2017
214 Joan Grant Minden Jul 31, 2017
213 judy gilbert TORONTO Jul 31, 2017
212 Bernard Walke Ottawa Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. In fact it is the height of hypocrisy to disallow a utility to burn coal to produce electricity and at the same time allow that utility to invest abroad in the very thing they are not permitted to do here. The world is at a cross road and we need strong leadership to keep on track. Another good move would be to make Hydro One a public utility. Very seriously Bernard Walke
211 Paul Mackenzie Kingston Jul 31, 2017
210 Dan Danielson Toronto Jul 31, 2017
209 Regine Bohar Toronto Jul 31, 2017
208 Shari Baker Toronto Jul 31, 2017
207 Lauder Smith Bath Jul 31, 2017
206 CARLA RIENZO Niagara Falls Jul 31, 2017
205 - - - Jul 31, 2017 can Ontario Government ensure that Hydro One is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. can Ontario Government legislate a ban now on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change thanks
204 Marlene Campbell Jul 31, 2017 Really? Coal? Hard to believe - such hypocrisy! Not in the name of this Ontarian.
203 Ed Thomson Pickering Jul 31, 2017
202 Bob Nye Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
201 Patricia Robinson Toronto Jul 31, 2017
200 Elisabeth Ecker Jul 31, 2017
199 Jane Topping Brockville Jul 31, 2017
198 John Liss Toronto Jul 31, 2017
197 Carman Chisamore Scarborough Jul 31, 2017
196 Linda Chernecki Wasaga Beach Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. That could be a great first move for the new Minister.
195 Patrick Bigras Carleton Place Jul 31, 2017
194 Oliver Drerup Carp, Jul 31, 2017
193 Robert Gri Whitby Jul 31, 2017 ARE WE IN THE DINOSAUR AGE + INVESTING IN THE USA OF ALL COUNTRIES RIGHT NOW ? QUEBEC, SOLAR, & WIND PLEASE !!!! As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
192 Sandra Glasbeek Jul 31, 2017 I am opposed to the sale of Hydro One and this purchase of Avista re-inforces my opposition to this sale. Instead of acquiring other utilities as a way of improving profits to shareholders, Hydro one should be looking to improve hydro availability in Ontario and reducing costs to Ontarians. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
191 M.Kathleen Richards Georgetown Jul 31, 2017
190 Ronald Hart Picton Jul 31, 2017 This is a huge backward step that calls into question your government's commitment to climate change. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
189 Brent Mitchel Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Allowing Hydro One to invest in coal generating plants after Ontario had the courage to shut down Nanticoke and others doesn't make sense. I remember the smog days we used to have in Toronto and the haze one would see driving into the city. Thanks goodness those days are gone! We shouldn't again be part of the problem. Pollution knows no borders. The people, whether here in Ontario or elsewhere, shouldn't be subjected to the pollution of a coal plant. To allow this to happen to others would be highly hypocritical.
188 Gail Pool Kitchener, ON Jul 31, 2017
187 Ken Mahy Jul 31, 2017
186 Allan Baker Scarborough Jul 31, 2017
185 catherine Vaneri Toronto Jul 31, 2017
184 Norma Dreossi Dundas Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. This is what happens when you privatize a public service.
183 Trish Nixon Toronto Jul 31, 2017
182 Robin Mautner Jul 31, 2017
181 Jane Taylor Jul 31, 2017
180 Robert Sexsmith London Jul 31, 2017
179 Howard Satov Toronto Jul 31, 2017
178 Larry Webb Toronto Jul 31, 2017 How one can be a promoter of clean air and at the same time allow Hydro One to invest as it proposes to do leaves me speechless. I wonder what the Liberals I have voted for all my life have consumed to be able to be this blind. This promises to be the beginning of the end of my relationship and I am not alone in this view. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
177 D Vandenbrink London Jul 31, 2017 Government has a duty to regulate oligopolies. They are illegal otherwise and their existence and actions can be reversed..
176 James MacPhee Ottawa Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Something must be done NOW to stop Hydro One from putting profits over the environment and the interests of the people of Ontario. Please take action now to import low-cost hydro power from Quebec. Please Please Please!
175 B. Ross Ashley Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve the air we breathe. Next thing you know they'll be buying an Ohio Valley power company and building coal plants upwind of us. Hydro One ought never to have been privatised in the first place. Take it back, or we New Democrats will do it when we take power at Queen's Park.
174 Frank Fohr Jul 31, 2017
173 Jeff A Jul 31, 2017
172 Eric True Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
171 P. Reed Jul 31, 2017
170 Peggy Scott Peterborough Jul 31, 2017
169 Mary Mallany Georgina Jul 31, 2017
168 Pam FitzGerald Perth Jul 31, 2017
167 Cathy Cripps Jul 31, 2017
166 Debbie Hughes Bowmanville Jul 31, 2017
165 Neil Walker Toronto Jul 31, 2017
164 Paul Wilson Heathcote Jul 31, 2017
163 Dave Hughes Bowmanville Jul 31, 2017
162 Lena Talback Merrickville Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Please do the RIGHT thing.
161 Ann Manuel Jul 31, 2017
160 Paul Whittaker Gilmour Jul 31, 2017
159 Leah Lobo Jul 31, 2017
158 Derek Watts Wolfville Jul 31, 2017
157 Maggie Robertson Jul 31, 2017
156 Mary Heiberg Jul 31, 2017
155 Jose Dias Pickering Jul 31, 2017
154 Melanie Ransom Jul 31, 2017
153 Toba Bryant Toronto Jul 31, 2017
152 KAMAL GILLANI TORONOT Jul 31, 2017
151 Ed Willms Huntsville, Jul 31, 2017
150 Annette BAYS Jul 31, 2017
149 Cheryl Proctor Pickering Jul 31, 2017
148 Jeffrey Kish sheffield Jul 31, 2017
147 Talia Erlich Jul 31, 2017 This is YOUR DUTY. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
146 William Van Nest Peterborough Jul 31, 2017
145 Lucy Segatti Jul 31, 2017
144 Elizabeth Whelan Toronto Jul 31, 2017
143 Allen Braude Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. The Ontario Government did the right thing to end coal power in Ontario and should do the right thing to make sure Hydro One does not invest in coal power in other jurisdictions, thereby negating Ontario's climate leadership.
142 Heather Marshall Toronto Jul 31, 2017 Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on clean air & climate change. By keeping the largest large share in Hydro One, the public expects our government to use our shareholder power to safeguard this asset and all the public investment that has gone into it. The Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants.
141 Joan Parker Toronto Jul 31, 2017 Governments must operate in such a way as to safeguard and protect the interests of it's citizens (i.e. the people who have elected them to represent accordingly). Interests go beyond the narrow framework of money-related/economy decisions and politics that seem at times to have hijacked a more balanced approach to a democratic society. We need to consider the planet's health as a significant part of these interests. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.It is the right thing to do. It is the necessary thing to do.
140 Thomas Levy Ottawa Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. This investment represents a slap in the face to Ontario rate payers, the leadership demonstrated by the government of Ontario and tax payers as a whole.
139 Don Smith Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
138 Heather Watkins gores landing Jul 31, 2017
137 Jean Veronneau Pickering Jul 31, 2017
136 Marc Serpa Toronto Jul 31, 2017
135 Kristof Barocz East York Jul 31, 2017
134 Christine Estermann Moose Creek Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I fully agree. Christine
133 Ron Weigand Toronto Jul 31, 2017
132 ALLAN GROSE LONDON Jul 31, 2017
131 Eugene Schwetz Waterdown Jul 31, 2017
130 Jane Weeks Gores Landing Jul 31, 2017
129 Susan Schellenberg Toronto Jul 31, 2017
128 Christopher Jarvis Collingwood Jul 31, 2017
127 john samuels Barrie Jul 31, 2017
126 David Brooks Ottawa Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec. The logic of investing in dirty coal plants is obscure at best. It should not take special legislation for Hydro One to recognize that investing in coal makes a mockery of Ontario's leadership on climate change. If Hydro One cannot recognize the nonesense of supporting coal at this time in history, the Government together with Ontario Hydro's other shareholders should make it clear that such investments are not acceptable, and possibly even illegal.
125 basia stec toronto Jul 31, 2017 Coal plants? REALLY? In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Stop the Trump Disease of Ignorance crossing the border. Fire anyone pushing coal in Canada in the 21st century. No Excuse!
124 Gail Greer Jul 31, 2017
123 Cara Melbye Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Also, do not continue to run aging nuclear power plants! There is no safe, long-term solution for disposing of nuclear waste. If you'd spend that money on solar instead, we'd be far better off! Thank you.
122 Mustafa Nazari Richmond Hill Jul 31, 2017
121 David Langille Toronto Jul 31, 2017
120 Dora Echeverri Scarborough Jul 31, 2017
119 Elisabeth Hart Jul 31, 2017
118 Jean Palmer Desbarats Jul 31, 2017
117 Karen Lewis Toronto Jul 31, 2017
116 Gail Posen Jul 31, 2017
115 jeffrey moldofsky Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. she should also be put in jail for selling off Ontario hydro. She cares nothing for the people of Ontario. Why doesn't she think of another Natural gas sight she can move so the taxpayers can give her a few BILLION more.
114 SHAFIQ JASAR TORONTO Jul 31, 2017
113 Dr Peter Langille London Jul 31, 2017
112 cynthia edwards McDonalds corners Jul 31, 2017
111 Kelly Armstrong Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
110 Tara Kainer Kingston Jul 31, 2017
109 Susan Bellefleur Kingston Jul 31, 2017
108 Cameron Weir Wayerloo Jul 31, 2017
107 john saunders narol Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.i support nuclear power,safer for the climate,although they is nuclear waste its minimal impact hen stored properly,NO COAL POLUTION PLEASE,CARS TRUCKS AND INDUSTRIAL CREATE ENOUGH,THANK YOU,JOHN DAVID SAUNDERS,HODGSON TOWNSHIP,ONTARIO
106 Michael Black Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Furthermore, on purely financial grounds, this decision is pure lunacy. The share prices of corporations that specialize in coal-based power generation will plummet due to competitors in the sustainable energy sector, where rapidly increasing efficiency is decreasing costs of clean power production and storage. Further downward pressure on dirty energy company share prices will is occurring as a result of dirty energy divestment campaigns. Whether from the environmental or the financial stanpoint, an investment in coal plants will almost certainly result in losses for the people of Ontario.
105 Allen Rutke Jul 31, 2017
104 John Trosztmer Toronto Jul 31, 2017
103 Dennis DeMarchi Mississauga Jul 31, 2017
102 Cheryl Croteau South Porcupine Jul 31, 2017
101 Ria Heynen Ottawa Jul 31, 2017 It is shortsighted of Hydro One to invest in any COAL industry! We should never support this type of industry again. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
100 Irene Berry Guelph Jul 31, 2017
99 Donna McCarthy Jul 31, 2017
98 MIRANDA REEVES Jul 31, 2017
97 Dianne Knight Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Furthermore, the 'Smart' meters are increasing climate change and are capable, combined with other sources of Radio Frequency Microwave Radiation of causing NUCLEAR FAILURE WITHIN BORDERS. See: http://www.stayonthetruth.com/cnsc-2015-10-21-curtis-bennett-ref-2015-h-04.php
96 Adair Heath Toronto Jul 31, 2017
95 Lesley Murray Whitby Jul 31, 2017
94 Mary L McKeen Shelburne Jul 31, 2017
93 Blythe Rodd Wasaga Beach Jul 31, 2017
92 Allan Titus Jul 31, 2017
91 Jean Leahy Jul 31, 2017
90 S J Lenko Barrie Jul 31, 2017
89 Jay Fisher Jul 31, 2017
88 Carolyn Roe Ajax Jul 31, 2017
87 Darryl McMahon Nepean Jul 31, 2017 Is this why Glen Murray had to leave the Ontario Cabinet? This move by Hydro One makes a mockery of all of the positive work the McGuinty and Wynne governments have done to address climate change, air and water quality. EVERYBODY else in the world (except perhaps so-called U.S. President Donald Trump) knows that coal is on the way out. Investing in it is a STUPID financial move. Even solar PV has a better LCOE story than coal now, and that's before carbon taxes and figuring out how to deal with coal mines tailing ponds and general environmental destruction (e.g. mountain top removal and filling streams). As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. In the short term, call a special shareholders meeting to remove those directors which supported this acquisition, and have a reprimand for incompetence put in the dossier of all senior executives who participated in this action. Then, try to unload this turkey without costing Ontario taxpayers another fortune.
86 Darlene Buckingham Tory Hill Jul 31, 2017
85 Connor Humphreys Jul 31, 2017
84 Caroline Sévilla Champs-sur-marne Jul 31, 2017
83 R L Lennon Barrie Jul 31, 2017
82 Larraine Roulston Havelock Jul 31, 2017
81 Larry Martin Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
80 David Powell Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I am a supporter of the Green Energy Plan, despite the implementation problems that have occurred, and frustrated by the distorted and misleading criticisms of the plan. However, pouring more money into refurbishing Ontario's nuclear facilities and not pursuing the path outlined in the paragraph above, will result in further increases in electricity costs for Ontario citizen's and dramatically slow our transition to a green energy economy.
79 Brendan Seale Toronto Jul 31, 2017
78 Alice Gibson Lakefield Jul 31, 2017
77 George Hoo Jul 31, 2017
76 William Mennie Carp Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. And while you are at it, stop any further investment in obsolete nuclear technology. Renewables are sustainable, create more jobs, are less expensive and don't come with the risks and spent fuel problems that will plague us for decades.
75 Anne Learn Sharpe Angus Jul 31, 2017
74 Jim Kirkwood Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Please act wisely Jim Kirkwood
73 Eduardo Garay Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. It is time to stop the duplicity of presenting the Ontario current government as a planet friendly institution, at the same time of helping the dirt-energy industry make more profits than ever
72 Deborah de Lange Toronto Jul 31, 2017
71 Michel Duguay Quebec City Jul 31, 2017
70 Jillian Lennox Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. And should never have sold out to them in the first place..'never trust a corporation' has been my mantra for years.
69 Kate Chung Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
68 Alec Adams Orillia Jul 31, 2017
67 David Cherubin Jul 31, 2017
66 Karen Treleaven Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
65 Barbara Falby Jul 31, 2017
64 Kelly Clune Orillia Jul 31, 2017
63 Barry Wilkinson Calgary Jul 31, 2017
62 Lyda Berger Toronto Jul 31, 2017
61 Jane Martin Toronto Jul 31, 2017
60 jordan golubov Waterloo Jul 31, 2017
59 Dan Yourkevich Oshawa Jul 31, 2017 To Premier Wynn and her government. Over the last few years we have heard about your concern for the environment and more recently about trying to keep the cost of electricity low. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Please take another step for North America by making sure that Hydro One discontinues the use of coal in any facility it runs, wherever it is. Let us do what is right for the environment, for ourselves and our neighbours to the south. We can make a difference in climate change and now we can help America in this battle too.
58 Frank Rabzel Jul 31, 2017
57 Carla Wong Toronto Jul 31, 2017
56 Julie Horrocks Guelph Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. An investment in dirty US coal is benefitting the US economy, not Ontario. The use of dirty coal will INCREASE deaths to asthma and respiratory disease in Ontario. It will accelerate climate change. The Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal.
55 John Worts Collingwood Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. After all our (provincial) successes ....total insanity.
54 J. Scott Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the CURRENTLY largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants from outside the country. Where is this government's commitment to this province or indeed, this country? In fact, the Ontario Government should immediately legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal -- full stop -- so Ontario can recover its faltering leadership on climate change. This shameful and cowardly energy purchase is alone a huge and compelling reason for Ontario to have kept full ownership of Hydro One. Any future sell off of shares in this utility would be a huge abdication of the Ontario Government's commitment to address climate change and to the people of this province. I hope Premier Wynne and her collaborators who have already let down Ontario by the disgraceful sell off of a portion of Hydro One will take heed and halt any further dismantling of OUR, not their utility! A provincial election is coming.... Thank you!
53 Rami Schandall Toronto Jul 31, 2017
52 Deborah Percy Tieonto Jul 31, 2017
51 Rob Norquay Toronto Jul 31, 2017 We really need to get out of coal, oil and pipelines, we need to stop these investments so those dollars are available for investments in new green technology. The Liberal government has been on the right track all along with encouraging companies to invest here win wind and solar technology. Let's keep up the momentum. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
50 Janet McNeill Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills, and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec - instead of spending its (our) money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
49 Allan Briesmaster Thornhill Jul 31, 2017
48 Mary Lynn Odjig Jul 31, 2017
47 susan smith toronto Jul 31, 2017
46 David Cohlmeyer Thornton Jul 31, 2017 As a farm advisor, it is clear that climate change has become one of agriculture's primary challenges. This decision does not align with the Liberals brave decision to close down all Ontario's coal power generators. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
45 John Shadbolt Acton Jul 31, 2017
44 Doug Anderson Jul 31, 2017
43 joe dematos toronto Jul 31, 2017
42 Ruth Pickering Dundas Jul 31, 2017
41 Kara Flannigan Sault ste. Marie Jul 31, 2017
40 Edward Barrett Pickering Jul 31, 2017
39 Jeff Brackett Millbrook Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
38 Mary McKeen Jul 31, 2017
37 Robert Strang Orangeville Jul 31, 2017
36 Patrick DeRochie Toronto Jul 31, 2017
35 Ann Truyens Jul 31, 2017
34 Maggie Laidlaw Guelph Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. To go back decades to reinvesting in coal is, quite simply, asinine!
33 Nadia Stelmach Jul 31, 2017
32 Luciano Buono Whitby Jul 31, 2017
31 Chantal Van Maren Orangeville Jul 31, 2017
30 Richard Ehrlich Caledon Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. I respect the efforts made in Ontario to encourage clean energy, and in fact I am participating in the SOC solar program. I have been grateful for this, and proud of our province. This is the way of the future, not investing in 19th century dirty technology.
29 John Cook Pickering Jul 31, 2017
28 Graham Thomas Ottawa Jul 31, 2017
27 Janice Cook Pickering Jul 31, 2017
26 Andrea Moodie Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. A Moodie
25 Elisabeth Sandner Jul 31, 2017
24 John Rivière-Anderson Jul 31, 2017
23 Bruce Campbell Toronto Jul 31, 2017
22 Giovanni Perna Toronto Jul 31, 2017
21 Patrick Speissegger Dundas Jul 31, 2017
20 Liliana Bertolotti Jul 31, 2017
19 Karen Farbridge Guelph Jul 31, 2017 This is enormously confusing for Ontarions. We see policy encouraging communities to transition to a low carbon economy and sound public policy phasing out coal-generated electricity and then this. The energy transition will take time but this decision sets it back.
18 Michael Barkley Toronto Jul 31, 2017 I Am appalled at the hypocrisy and contradictions in policy as Hydro One invests in dirty coal in the US. What is happening to your government? Why are you allowing this? As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
17 lynn bishop toronto Jul 31, 2017
16 Dennis Bryant Toronto Jul 31, 2017
15 Ray Rivers Campbellville Jul 31, 2017
14 Karen Whalen Vankleek Hill Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. Karen Whalen
13 Christina Anderman Killaloe Jul 31, 2017
12 Nancie Erhard Windsor Jul 31, 2017
11 lysa toye TORONTO Jul 31, 2017
10 Tom Baker Jul 31, 2017 I was shocked and appalled when I heard of Hydro One's recent investment of profits resulting from your privatization initiative. As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change.
9 Arthur Forer Jul 31, 2017
8 Robert Bernecky Toronto Jul 31, 2017 As the largest shareholder of Hydro One, the Ontario Government needs to ensure that the utility is benefiting Ontarians by investing in energy efficiency to lower bills and by expanding our ability to import low-cost water power from Quebec instead of spending its money on dirty coal plants. In fact, the Ontario Government should legislate a ban on Hydro One investing in coal to preserve our leadership on climate change. It is pure evil that the Ontario government is supporting the ongoing poisoning of the planet by allowing Hydro One to invest in coal power. This will cease, but can we please do it before global warming does us all in? Robert
7 Tim Grant Toronto Jul 31, 2017
6 Douglas Berry Dundas Jul 31, 2017
5 Karen Carrriere Jul 31, 2017
4 Shirley Tuite Toronto Jul 31, 2017
3 Juliet Palmer Toronto Jul 31, 2017
2 Jack Gibbons Toronto Jul 28, 2017
1 Angela Bischoff Toronto Jul 28, 2017