Quebec recently offered to supply Ontario with clean renewable energy at a cost of just 5 cents per kilowatt hour for the next 20 years.  That is less than one-third of Ontario Power Generation’s projected price for power from rebuilt reactors at the Darlington Nuclear Station: 16.5 cents per kWh. And with inevitable cost overruns, it will climb even higher.

Already, the first stage of the Darlington project is vastly over budget.  Of course, no nuclear project in Ontario’s history has ever been finished on time or on budget.

Meanwhile, Quebec is guaranteeing power year-round at an incredibly attractive price.  By taking Quebec up on its offer, we could reduce our electricity costs by more than $12 billion over the next 20 years.

Show your support for making a deal with Quebec by signing our petition.  It’s the sensible solution to meeting our energy needs.

Making a deal with Quebec is the smart power option

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1,376 Alec Adams Orillia Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. When cost, safety and ability to match supply with demand so clearly demonstrate the benefits of hydro power from Quebec, one can only infer that there must be some hidden reasons for the Government persisting with the nuclear option. Would you please make these reasons public. Thank you.
1,375 Glen Richards Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,374 Margareta Gheorghe PICKERING Nov 20, 2017
1,373 Lauren Kempenaar Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,372 Gordon Klingbell Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,371 Fred Pohler Quinte West Nov 20, 2017
1,370 Jane Pohler Quinte West Nov 20, 2017
1,369 Diana Arthurs Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,368 Hugh Jenney Stella Nov 20, 2017
1,367 Ray Nassar Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,366 tom dowswell thorold Nov 20, 2017
1,365 Ashok Jhaver Markham Nov 20, 2017
1,364 Tony Liu scarborough Nov 20, 2017
1,363 Lucy Liu scarborough Nov 20, 2017
1,362 Ellen Zhang scarborough Nov 20, 2017
1,361 Tom Sepp Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,360 Sarah Chung Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,359 Joan Farano Etobicoke Ontario Nov 20, 2017
1,358 Roy Colangelo mississauga Nov 20, 2017
1,357 Helen Hansen Guelph Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Phasing out nuclear is the safe and proper thing for Ontario. Hoping to hear from you.
1,356 Joe Pazzano Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,355 Sue Drouillaed Nov 20, 2017
1,354 Diane baker BROCKVILLE Nov 20, 2017
1,353 Blanche Huehn Waterloo Nov 20, 2017
1,352 James Hodgins Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,351 Katharina Manassis Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,350 Carmen Ho Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,349 Frank Tettemer Killaloe Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. For our children's future, Please shut down all nukes!.
1,348 JARI PUUSAARI MARKHAM Nov 20, 2017
1,347 Jolene Cushman Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,346 Li Lishingman Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,345 Ling yang pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,344 Richard Munter Mississauga Nov 20, 2017
1,343 Erica Fischer Toronto Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,342 Raymond Gates Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,341 Michael May Mississauga Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk, and therefore shutting the Pickering nuclear facility. It's the smart thing to do.
1,340 Joshua Whitehead GUELPH Nov 20, 2017
1,339 Stanley Reitsma Nov 20, 2017
1,338 Christopher Childs Brampton Nov 20, 2017
1,337 Gordon Dyck Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,336 jeff moldofsky thornhill Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. How many other gas plants do the Liberals want to move? Depends if it will get them votes. We have smart meters and dumb politicians. As they say, if u cant trust a politician , who can u trust. LOL
1,335 Lillian Yang scarborough Nov 20, 2017
1,334 Keith Aldridge Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,333 David Moule Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,332 Paul Gardner Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,331 Eileen Poirier Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,330 Karim Lakha Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,329 Mary Myles Ottawa Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. With the future of energy needs unknown because of solar panels on homes and wind power etc. no huge investment in nuclear should be made.
1,328 Helen Gill Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,327 Carol Ramm Warkworth Nov 20, 2017
1,326 Ru Lin Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,325 Barb Michno Trenton Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why would you deny us the savings????
1,324 Doug Anderson Whitby Nov 20, 2017
1,323 Jennifer Bryan Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,322 Jonathan Khan Nov 20, 2017
1,321 Gary Power Ajax Nov 20, 2017
1,320 Gloria Lee Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,319 Brian Porter Lanark Nov 20, 2017 Nuclear power is hell on earth, its toxic beyond our ability to understand. The waste is used in bombs for war, known as depleted uranium and Canada is a significant supplier in this regard. Its inviting hell here and that is precisely what we are doing. Hydro, energy conservation and local power production is much safer and cheaper, as long as you use the right technologies. Our wind options are a joke and not efficient in the least. Solar is good for about 5 months of the year. Deep Geo Thermal is always on and is good for billions of years, this option must be examined much more closely.
1,318 Kent Mills Aurora Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Kent
1,317 Choung yong Lee Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,316 Michael Robinson Kingston Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Close Darlington as soon as possible.
1,315 Kang un Kim Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,314 Chris Lowry Nov 20, 2017
1,313 Dawn Buie Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,312 RYAN QUINTAL PICKERING Nov 20, 2017
1,311 Margo Does london Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it means food on the table for many, because i hear that hydro rates are slated to rise!
1,310 R QUINTAL PICKERING Nov 20, 2017
1,309 Joseph Savarino Nov 20, 2017
1,308 Francois Leboeuf Newmarket Nov 20, 2017
1,307 jeannie yi whitby Nov 20, 2017
1,306 COLIN QUINTAL PICKERING Nov 20, 2017
1,305 Benjamin Tong Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,304 Chris Magwood Peterborough Nov 20, 2017
1,303 Megan Ross Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,302 rick crozier Nov 20, 2017
1,301 Jeff Ross Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,300 Mariane Cancilla Barrie Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it's the right thing to do!
1,299 Rebecca Maertens Nov 20, 2017
1,298 Frank de Jong Faro Nov 20, 2017
1,297 James Kimberley Atikokan Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Pouting billions into archaic infrastructure with the potential to do great harm makes no sense when a cleaner cheaper source of electricity is readily available from Quebec. If the Ontario Gov't spent the same amount of money it will spend on these nuclear plant rebuilds on tax rebates to people who install renewable energies in their homes we would not need Quebec's hydro power and we could shut down these aging nuclear plants. Stop spending tax payers money on dangerous outdated nuclear plants.
1,296 Frank Rabzel Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,295 Paul Woodcroft Prince Albert Nov 20, 2017
1,294 Anne dean Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,293 Gillian McCann North Bay Nov 20, 2017
1,292 Douglas Alton Mississauga Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Actions to reduce the true cost of electricity rather than refinancing would be welcome. it is appropriate to pass on cost savings to our children by abandoning the exorbitant outlay to maintain nuclear generating plants and add further massive costs to decommissioning.
1,291 John Cowan Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,290 Mike Borie Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,289 Michael Dobson Pickering Nov 20, 2017
1,288 Carol Henderson Toronto Nov 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.:)
1,287 Andrea Grochalova Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,286 John Bonnar Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,285 Paul J. Dowell Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,284 Gordon Laxer Gravenhurst Nov 20, 2017 Let's buy electricity from Quebec rather than refurbish Darlington. Lower cost, no problem with nuclear wastes.
1,283 Karen Carriere Nov 20, 2017
1,282 Marc Sommerville Nov 20, 2017
1,281 Don Weitz Toronto Nov 20, 2017 11/20/17 Premier Wynne: I support making a deal with Quebec to meet Ontario's electricity needs at a significantly lower cost and significantly lower health risk. It's the smart and urgent thing to do. Accept Quebec's offer of a practical, inexpensive and safe water solution to energy. Stop your delays and excuses. Save money, save lives! Don Weitz, Toronto
1,280 Sylvia McGowan Wasaga Beach, Nov 20, 2017
1,279 Rob Adams Toronto Nov 20, 2017
1,278 elizabeth mangat toronto Nov 19, 2017
1,277 Sharon Coward Ottawa Nov 19, 2017
1,276 Ivan Mok Nov 18, 2017
1,275 Bozena Hrycyna Toronto Nov 18, 2017
1,274 Arturo Rodriguez Toronto Nov 17, 2017
1,273 kevin meixner toronto Nov 17, 2017
1,272 Gerry Gustar Lansdowne Nov 17, 2017
1,271 Steven Ouellet Newmarket Nov 16, 2017
1,270 stephanie kerridge Toronto Nov 16, 2017
1,269 Qahir Rajwani Toronto Nov 16, 2017
1,268 Dwayne Sealy Ajax Nov 15, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do, especially if we aren't just paying lip service to searching out sources for renewable energy
1,267 Andrew L. Orszulak Toronto Nov 15, 2017
1,266 Sean Roome Toronto Nov 15, 2017
1,265 Gloria Marsh Richmond Hill, Nov 15, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear plants are disasters waiting to happen and a prime target for the next terrorist attack.
1,264 Jesseca Perry Nov 15, 2017
1,263 Vanessa Syms Toronto Nov 15, 2017
1,262 Robert Paehlke Peterborough Nov 15, 2017
1,261 Lynne Porter Peterborough Nov 15, 2017
1,260 Eveline Frair Campbellcroft Nov 15, 2017
1,259 Jenna Goss Peterborough Nov 14, 2017
1,258 Jess Rowland Nov 14, 2017
1,257 Lori Laundry PETERBOROUGH Nov 14, 2017
1,256 Charmaine Mollison Stirling Nov 14, 2017
1,255 Judith Mann Locust Hill Nov 14, 2017
1,254 Joan Barton Tory Hill Nov 14, 2017
1,253 Ursula Pflug Norwood Nov 14, 2017
1,252 Allyson Mcmullen Cookstown Nov 14, 2017
1,251 sam abouzaki ajax Nov 13, 2017
1,250 Ann Jaeger Trent Lakes Nov 13, 2017
1,249 Jonathan Handel Peterborough Nov 13, 2017
1,248 Jean-Louis Cova Kingston Nov 12, 2017
1,247 Jeff Lacasse Grimsby Nov 11, 2017
1,246 Régine Bohar Toronto Nov 11, 2017
1,245 Elizabeth Solomon Kingston Nov 11, 2017
1,244 Kevin Berdzik Pickering Nov 11, 2017
1,243 Wing Wo Nov 11, 2017
1,242 Monica Lizama Toronto Nov 10, 2017
1,241 Byron Woolcock Madoc Nov 10, 2017
1,240 Bruce Hanson Toronto Nov 10, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Conservation is also very cost effective and better funding of conservation, instead of expensive nuclear plants makes more sense.
1,239 rolfe baltzer Hamilton Nov 10, 2017
1,238 Phil Rose Nov 10, 2017
1,237 Kara Flannigan Nov 10, 2017
1,236 Mark Goldstein Mississauga Nov 10, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than rebuilding our costly nuclear power infrastructure. It's the smarter thing to do.
1,235 Giovanni Richaud Toronto Nov 10, 2017
1,234 Marla Brown Hamilton Nov 10, 2017
1,233 Khan Rahi Toronto Nov 10, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Given the recent bad and costly privarlization decisions made by your government about supplying Ontario safe and cheap electric energies, this the smart thing to do.KRahi
1,232 Jay Smith Toronto Nov 10, 2017
1,231 Therese Hutchinson london Nov 09, 2017
1,230 Cynthia Loch-Drake Toronto Nov 09, 2017 I don't trust nuclear plants. That's why I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,229 Donald Peter St Amand Toronto Nov 09, 2017
1,228 Marie Sydney Toronto Nov 09, 2017
1,227 Lena Kim Toronto Nov 09, 2017
1,226 Rev. A. Leo Reilly Toronto Nov 09, 2017
1,225 Melina Sevilla Valenzuela Brampton Nov 09, 2017
1,224 John Maclennan Burnt River Nov 09, 2017
1,223 John Steckley Bolton Nov 09, 2017
1,222 Stuart Schussler Toronto Nov 09, 2017
1,221 Kristofer Saseniuk Belleville Nov 09, 2017
1,220 Dennis O'Hara Toronto Nov 08, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Move away from nuclear power and toward more sustainable energy, like hydro.
1,219 Afshin Solhdoust Toronto Nov 08, 2017
1,218 Derek Schmidt Thunder Bay Nov 07, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let's get rid of all nuclear plants and the liability involved.
1,217 Linda Radtke Newmarket Nov 07, 2017
1,216 Jose Dias Pickering Nov 07, 2017
1,215 Spencer Whyne Toronto Nov 07, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,214 Liz Couture Richmond Hill Nov 06, 2017
1,213 Charlie Huisken Toronto Nov 05, 2017
1,212 Jacqueline Wakefield Tobermory Nov 05, 2017 We strongly support making a deal with Quebec to help meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do -- for now AND for the future.
1,211 Sharyn Devine Toronto Nov 05, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I vote Liberal and I have confidence that Premier Wynne will make the correct decision to shut down the Darlington Nuclear Station. It is really the only decision to make!
1,210 richard martin tiverton Nov 05, 2017
1,209 Robyn Peterson Toronto Nov 05, 2017 When I worked at Ontario Hydro in the 1970s, the Pickering GS was new, new, new, and open to visitors as a point of pride in the province. Later, when a massive expansion of nuclear power was being proposed, many voices of concern were raised within the Hydro community about the enormous costs that would be involved -- a large portion of the entire provincial budget. Alternatives did exist, including renewables and the import of electricity from Manitoba or Quebec. Still, the nuclear lobby was strong and had the backing of the federal government which was anxious to support the Candu reactors. Going nuclear in a big way was pushed through with sheer political power. All these years later we're seeing the results. Massive increases in the cost of electricity for ordinary people and an embracing of a dangerous form of electrical generation at a time when the renewable options have never been so inexpensive. Under all the circumstances, the responsible thing for our government to do now would be to get us out of the nuclear mess as quickly as possible and set us on the path to a future of renewable energy. It is possible. The only thing standing in the way is the political will.
1,208 Susan Crofts Toronto Nov 05, 2017
1,207 Diana Scott Burlington Nov 05, 2017
1,206 Margaret Despard Haliburton Nov 04, 2017
1,205 Stephen Myers Toronto Nov 04, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,204 Linda Charney Ottawa Nov 04, 2017
1,203 Allan Minshull Scarborough Nov 04, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. AND ALSO THE RIGHT THING TO DO
1,202 Cheryl Mcconney wilson Scarborough Nov 04, 2017
1,201 John Cook Nov 03, 2017
1,200 Cheryl Hassard London ON Nov 03, 2017
1,199 Joel Robitaille Ottawa Nov 02, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the economic and environmental thing to do.
1,198 John Seckar Belleville Nov 02, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Time brings change and we need to change our voices for power.
1,197 Dr (John) Robert Groves Lanark Nov 02, 2017
1,196 Maureen Smyth Pickering Nov 02, 2017
1,195 Julie Peressini Gatineau Nov 02, 2017
1,194 klara young chin niagara-on-the-lake Nov 01, 2017
1,193 ANTHONY CATALFAMO niagara falls Nov 01, 2017
1,192 Jennifer Penney Toronto Nov 01, 2017
1,191 Anita Payne RR 3, Perth Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk while we implement sustainable renewable energy technologies. Nuclear is too expensive and dangerous.
1,190 Gary Campbell Ottawa Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please do the smart thing.
1,189 suzanne Fontanna terra cotta Nov 01, 2017
1,188 Louise Brown Guelpb Nov 01, 2017
1,187 Ginette Iviney Crystal Beach Nov 01, 2017
1,186 Elaine Allen Sarnia Nov 01, 2017
1,185 Jim Rivers nipigon Nov 01, 2017
1,184 Helen Turnbull Gore's Landing Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is irresponsible and unethical to choose nuclear energy when a safer, less costly option is available.
1,183 David Rodgers Puslinch Nov 01, 2017 As a retired employee of Ontario Hydro Research division, and its successor, Kinectrics, I have worked at all of Ontario's nuclear generating stations. I know they are manned by a committed workforce and are operated safely. In addition, they have made a significant contribution to reducing Ontario's carbon footprint. However, they are very expensive and I support making a deal with Quebec for existing hydropower to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. I also support increased use of renewable energy including solar and wind which are increasingly competitive without subsidies. It's the smart thing to do.
1,182 Maggie Panter Toronto Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why would we not?
1,181 Sophia Sperdakos Toronto Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is too risky. Ontario's plants are outdated and too expensive to overhaul and maintain. There is no safe and sophisticated system in place to deal with serious emergencies at the plants which are perilously close to millions of Ontarians. Water power is clean, inexpensive and non-invasive. Quebec is a reliable supplier. What is your government thinking? To whom are you beholden? Do the right thing and turn your emphasis from nuclear. One is forced to become cynical about governments when we witness policy decisions such as yours on nuclear power when an obvious and better solution to Ontario's power needs is right in front of your faces.
1,180 Jennifer Jones Nov 01, 2017
1,179 Noreen Angus Barrie Nov 01, 2017
1,178 Ross Peace London Nov 01, 2017
1,177 Henry Borkowski Toronto Nov 01, 2017
1,176 Greg Allen Hartington Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Once again, conservation and renewables are set aside to make room for prolonging the nuclear money-pit. Only this time, natural gas substitutes for out-of-service reactors. Natural gas has turned out to be the largest cause of climate change due to fugitive methane.
1,175 Leah Jacob Trenton Nov 01, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Quebec has the technical know how and won't make us dependant on Nuclear energy which has huge risks in health to present and future generations, Quebec's energy process does not harm people, it will change very little of natures resources. That is way it can be profitable without being mindless.
1,174 Frank Showler Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,173 irene O'Toole Oct 31, 2017
1,172 John Pendergrast St. Catharines Oct 31, 2017
1,171 Shara Benavidez Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,170 Daochuan Pan Pickering Oct 31, 2017
1,169 Jo Hayward-Haines Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.In fact, it's very difficult to make an argument for rebuilding 10 nuclear reactors with the Quebec offer on the table and in view of the rapid developments in alternative energy sources.Is this the legacy this government wants to create?
1,168 Frances Freeman Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,167 Tony Reddin Bonshaw Oct 31, 2017
1,166 Levon Cherkezyan Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,165 Ken Robertson Oct 31, 2017
1,164 James Ker Toronto Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do--nuclear power is an expensive alternative! thanks jme
1,163 Adam James Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,162 Frances Deverell NANAIMO Oct 31, 2017 Dear Kathleen Wynne, I lived in Ontario for 10 years and I've been writing to you about this several times a year since then. You are so right on on so many things you are doing. I just heard your introduction to Bernie Sanders and I felt we are lucky to have you in this leadership role. I simply cannot understand why you insist on continuing to rebuild and refurbish the nuclear industry when it is time to move on. It is not clean energy. When you look at cradle to grave from mine to processing to building the nuclear reactor and decommissioning it later -- it all costs greenhouse gases. It all creates tremendous pollution. And it is not cheap. The public purse subsidizes nuclear at a tremendous rate. Power in Ontario is too expensive and you are projecting it to become more expensive. This is unnecessary. The only thing going for nuclear is that it is baseline and reliable, and we aren't too far from the day when we may consider that a disadvantage -- when we are continuously producing more power than we can use. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. I support expanding the wind and solar programs. It's the smart thing to do. Let's create the jobs of the future, not the past.
1,161 Michelle Blanchette Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,160 Judy Lewis Toronto Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Rather than indebting us to foreign lenders (e.g. via the Infrastructure Bank) at 9% wouldn't it be more honourable and ethical to borrow from the Bank of Canada at less than 1% (see the Bank of Canada Act, sections 18 and 19)? Why would anyone want to indent future generations with an almost unplayable debt, necessitating a huge tax burden and causing cutbacks in social and educational services? (Makes one a little suspicious.....)
1,159 Ian Johnston Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,158 Linda Chernecki Wasaga Beach Oct 31, 2017
1,157 Paul Neelands Rockwood Oct 31, 2017
1,156 Blair Crozier Oct 31, 2017
1,155 Janice Tait Ottawa Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't understand why Ontario hesitates
1,154 Judith Jones Toronto Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. why won't the Ontario government make a deal with Quebec? What is the problem?
1,153 Gerta Moray Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,152 Lawrence Rooney Oct 31, 2017
1,151 LESLIE THURSTON TORONTO Oct 31, 2017 Are you fucking retarded? what part of 'nukes are expensive, dangerous and OUT*FUCKING*DATED!!! ' don't you get? I start to swear when I'm getting frustrated by sheer stupidity and complete incompetence. Do us all a favor and get out of office ASA*fucking*P! Loser Wynn I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,150 Jim Salmon Burlington Oct 31, 2017
1,149 Richard Munter Mississauga Oct 31, 2017
1,148 Allan Tapia Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,147 Jim Ramsay London Oct 31, 2017
1,146 Brian Knoll Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,145 Jason Dinnick Tottenham Oct 31, 2017
1,144 Lauren Tom Toronto Oct 31, 2017
1,143 Richard Marissen Calgary Oct 31, 2017
1,142 Annette Dekker Kitchener Oct 31, 2017 Reconsider Darlington! It's time for it to be scrapped. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the responsible thing to do.
1,141 Graham Rose Ottawa Oct 31, 2017
1,140 Adrian Hogendoorn Whitby Oct 31, 2017
1,139 Connie Kidd Hamilton Oct 31, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Decommission all nuclear!
1,138 Barbara Falby Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,137 Sullivan Dyment Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,136 Melanie Robitaille Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,135 Donald Cartier Pickering Oct 30, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the fiscally responsible and smart thing to do.
1,134 Gary Ruona Stouffville Oct 30, 2017
1,133 Abe Dube Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,132 Hans Kamphuis Waterloo Oct 30, 2017
1,131 Nezar Abdelmagid Mississauga Oct 30, 2017
1,130 Sofiya Chorniy Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,129 ron freeman toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,128 carmen dobie Oct 30, 2017
1,127 Chuck Baker Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,126 Marc van Beusekom Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,125 Cathleen McKague Elora Oct 30, 2017
1,124 Roslyn Rus Oct 30, 2017
1,123 Calvin Manley Fort Erie Oct 30, 2017
1,122 Dominic Wong Toronto Oct 30, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We need to think about decommissioning our nuclear power plants and what we are going to do about spent fuel.
1,121 Lawrence Goudge Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,120 Mike Bloxam London Oct 30, 2017
1,119 Rena Ginsberg Toronto Oct 30, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than nuclear power! Our heavy reliance on nuclear energy doesn't make sense, environmentally or economically. Signing a deal to buy more power from Quebec, on the other hand, would be very smart and would be applauded by all Ontarians!
1,118 Rob Blakeney guelph Oct 30, 2017
1,117 Dey Brownlee Pickering Oct 30, 2017
1,116 Elin Goulden Toronto Oct 30, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let's move to renewables and away from nuclear!
1,115 Albert Koehl Toronto Oct 30, 2017
1,114 Christine Edmundson Balderson Oct 30, 2017
1,113 Cara Melbye TORONTO Oct 30, 2017 Quebec recently offered to supply Ontario with clean renewable energy at a cost of just 5 cents per kilowatt hour for the next 20 years. That is less than one-third of Ontario Power Generation’s projected price for power from rebuilt reactors at the Darlington Nuclear Station: 16.5 cents per kWh. And with inevitable cost overruns, it will climb even higher. Already, the first stage of the Darlington project is vastly over budget. Of course, no nuclear project in Ontario’s history has ever been finished on time or on budget. Meanwhile, Quebec is guaranteeing power year-round at an incredibly attractive price. By taking Quebec up on its offer, we could reduce our electricity costs by more than $12 billion over the next 20 years. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please do the smart thing!
1,112 Ruth Tait Ottawa Oct 30, 2017
1,111 Ethan Anderman Killaloe Oct 29, 2017
1,110 Lili Clamageran Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,109 Charles Ritchie Scarborough Oct 29, 2017
1,108 hamish wilson Toronto Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. While nuclear is at times good for baseload/robust demand, the cost and after-effects (radioactivity) are too much for current and future generations, and no, there really isn't a good 'fix' for radwaste as burying it will not bring it all to a benign condition. While Quebece hydropower isn't always as 'green' as say Niagara power, overall it's better than the nuclear power option here.
1,107 tanya smith kitchener Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs in Ontario
1,106 Naseer Ahmad Etobicoke Oct 29, 2017 Please make a deal with Quebec to buy Hydro Power. It meets our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk.
1,105 Sarah Climenhaga Toronto Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I completely oppose nuclear energy and plead with you to do the right thing and stop investing in nuclear! Phase it out, for the sake of our children and grandchildren!
1,104 Carole Dejoannos Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,103 Noelle Reeve Perth Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear is too costly and dangerous. Natural gas is too dirty with methane and fracking accelerating climate change we must move to cleaner energy.
1,102 Margie Sumadh Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,101 Ray Masalas Foresters Falls Oct 29, 2017
1,100 Elizabeth Thomson Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,099 Janet McNeill Toronto Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do!!!!
1,098 Miranda Baksh BRAMPTON Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. CLEAN ENERGY IS THE FUTURE. Let's move forward.
1,097 Adam Deutsch Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,096 Liz Armstrong Erin Oct 29, 2017
1,095 Hanna Caplan Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,094 Barry Healey toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,093 Cheryl Arndt Toronto Oct 29, 2017 Please switch to more hydro power from Quebec. Close down dangerous, aging, expensive nuclear power plants in PIckering and Darlington. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Thank you for listening to supporters of this plan. Please let me know if you would be willing to make this change.
1,092 David Achtemichuk Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,091 Joshua Wilcox Oshawa Oct 29, 2017
1,090 Colette Drisdale Erinsville Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the responsible thing to do.
1,089 Victoria Johnston Southampton Oct 29, 2017
1,088 Robert Sparkes Oro-Medonte Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is a no-brainer! After all the mismanagement of electricity production in Ontario for decades.
1,087 Imre Torma Beamsville Oct 29, 2017
1,086 louise woychesko lindsay Oct 29, 2017
1,085 Evaa Janine Mikkael Ottawa Oct 29, 2017
1,084 Gloria Becker Kitchener Oct 29, 2017
1,083 Rahul Mehta Mississauga Oct 29, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne and cabinet, Quebec recently offered to supply our province with clean renewable energy at a cost of just 5 cents per kilowatt hour for the next 20 years. That is less than one-third of Ontario Power Generation’s projected price for power from rebuilt reactors at the Darlington Nuclear Station: 16.5 cents per kWh. And with inevitable cost overruns, it will climb even higher. Already, the first stage of the Darlington project is vastly over-budget. Of course, no nuclear project in Ontario’s history has ever been finished on time or on budget. Meanwhile, Quebec is guaranteeing power year-round at an incredibly attractive price. By taking Quebec up on its offer, we could reduce our electricity costs by more than $12 billion over the next 20 years - wouldn't that fit with the goals and targets of your government? Don't you want to take advantage of every win possible to make the lives of Ontarians more affordable, and sustainable? I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk - do you? It’s the sensible solution to meeting our energy needs. Thanks for your consideration.
1,082 Douglas Worts Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,081 Robert Graham Toronto Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it will help end our dependence on nuclear power and natural gas.
1,080 Barbara Falby Oct 29, 2017
1,079 Shelley and Henry Prins Ottawa Oct 29, 2017
1,078 Dave HUGHES Bowmanville Oct 29, 2017
1,077 S. Grady Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,076 Grahame Meredith Hamilton Oct 29, 2017
1,075 Dave Hoffman Smiths Falls Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Ours is a precariat household and despite our efforts to conserve (to the point of discomfort) it is a chronic struggle to keep up with our utility costs.
1,074 Marie-Josee Yelle Borden Oct 29, 2017
1,073 Tim Lapp Oct 29, 2017
1,072 anthony gatti welland Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,071 Sandy Greenberg Halifax Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet Ontario's electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,070 Bruce Cox Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,069 cynthia edwards McDonalds Corners Oct 29, 2017
1,068 sanda iakab Whitchurch-Stouffville Oct 29, 2017
1,067 Virginia Reinecker Ottawa Oct 29, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear energy is unsafe as is the disposal of nuclear waste. The decision to go with clean energy from Quebec should be a "no-brainer"
1,066 Josh Clavir Toronto Oct 29, 2017
1,065 John Northey Thunder Bay Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop passing billions in costs to my children and grandchildren and instead do the right thing. FYI: Those of us who live in the north do NOT want your nuclear waste.
1,064 Gary Cole Ottawa Oct 28, 2017 Dear Premier. Please spare us the folly of nuclear and coal both. Get us onto clean energy as soon as possible. I don't know if making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. is a good idea. The horrendous cost/impact of hydro projects is both huge, immediate and insidious. But nuclear is not better and potentially disastrous.
1,063 Zhen hua shi Toronto Oct 28, 2017
1,062 Mark Taylor Hamilton Oct 28, 2017
1,061 Louis Fliss Toronto Oct 28, 2017
1,060 Rick Guthrie Elk Lake Oct 28, 2017
1,059 Daniel Barrette Sudbury Oct 28, 2017
1,058 Pamela Holm Ottawa Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We have viable alternatives like this one and do NOT need to be investing in nuclear source power.
1,057 Lynn Bishop Toronto Oct 28, 2017
1,056 Janet Christie-Seely Ottawa-Nepean Oct 28, 2017
1,055 Judy Trumpler Thunder Bay Oct 28, 2017
1,054 Herb Lytle Ottawa Oct 28, 2017
1,053 Brenda Cormier Elliot Lake Oct 28, 2017
1,052 Kelly Armstrong Ottawa Oct 28, 2017
1,051 Cynthia Roy Whitby Oct 28, 2017
1,050 Sasha Pierce TORONTO Oct 28, 2017
1,049 Puti DaNai Oct 28, 2017
1,048 Shanna Yip Toronto Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop supporting the Big Nuclear!!! They have such a strong lobby and they definitely run our Ont Govt as it's quite apparent through the new LTEP. We should be a leader in the WORLD and show them we can transition to other renewable sources and do not need to depend on nuclear the way you think we should. THose nuclear jobs could transition into other renewable jobs etc. The renewable revolution is inevitable as much as the nuke industry, big oil, etc don't want to admit it to be, so please STOP prolonging the inevitable, and transition our LTEP into a renewable future. Thanks for your time Shanna
1,047 Barbara Cordes Toronto Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's the right thing to do!
1,046 Heather Ferguson Halton Hills Oct 28, 2017
1,045 BERNICE CAIN THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a much lower cost and lower risk. It's the smartest thing to do.
1,044 Marion Burton Keene Oct 28, 2017
1,043 H Stengel Welland Oct 28, 2017
1,042 IRENE BRECKON ELLIOT LAKE Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
1,041 Taylor Cameron Rosemont Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk.
1,040 Dawn Boston Massey Oct 28, 2017
1,039 Haley MacLeod Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Also, please move away from nuclear power, it is the right thing to do.
1,038 jane Low-Beer Toronto Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please. do not let Ontario continue to use Nuclear energy.
1,037 Marian Dell Whitby Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. If Pickering goes up in smoke, I am in harm's way!
1,036 Kon Wong Pickering Ontario Oct 28, 2017
1,035 CHAD MORTON Toronto Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And please shut down those old and dangerous nuclear power plants!!
1,034 Dwight Peters Oct 28, 2017
1,033 Frances Combs Toronto Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it should lead the way to doing away with nuclear energy and using more renewable energy.
1,032 Caolynn Fairhurst Oct 28, 2017
1,031 Tony Darmon Oct 28, 2017
1,030 Lorne Beatty Brighton Oct 28, 2017
1,029 Trent Rhode Corbyville Oct 28, 2017
1,028 Justin Tilson Little Current Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk.
1,027 John Baranyi Elliuot Lake Oct 28, 2017
1,026 B. Carlson Oct 28, 2017
1,025 Ronny Yaron Toronto Oct 28, 2017
1,024 Mary Anne Patterson Guelph Oct 28, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Phase out nuclear, increase renewables= my vote. Thank you for all the work you do.
1,023 Samira Kanji Markham Oct 28, 2017
1,022 Nancy White Toronto Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I believe that nuclear reactors supply, at massive cost, an outdated and dangerous form of electrical power. I think accepting the deal with Quebec makes sense - and will perhaps strengthen the ties between our two provinces. Please consider it.
1,021 Sandra Bray Elmira Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Investing in twilight infrastructure? We can’t afford it. Things are going to get a little worse or a whole lot worse. Things are not going to get better.
1,020 Lesley Rowsome Fonthill Oct 27, 2017
1,019 James Schwalm Oct 27, 2017
1,018 Rysa Braganza Scarborough Oct 27, 2017
1,017 Mary Brunning Oct 27, 2017
1,016 Robin Bradbury Oct 27, 2017
1,015 shoshona magill Cambridge Oct 27, 2017
1,014 Barry Mitchell Toronto Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Phase out nuclear plants, starting with Pickering.
1,013 Dr. William R Adamson Kelowna, B.C. Oct 27, 2017
1,012 Manjit Binning Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Ontarians can't afford to pay significant increases. Why should we!!???????
1,011 Anthony Skanes Whitby Oct 27, 2017
1,010 Irene Watt Oct 27, 2017
1,009 Angie Mayhew Oct 27, 2017
1,008 Jenifer Maher Haliburton Oct 27, 2017
1,007 Anne Curtis Toronto Oct 27, 2017
1,006 Nate Van Beilen Oakville Oct 27, 2017
1,005 Victor Bernard Oct 27, 2017
1,004 Linda Laepple Petersburg Oct 27, 2017
1,003 Elizabeth Otis St. Catharines Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And if not Quebec than another source of natural renewable energy. We have niagara falls here!!! That creates plenty of hydro. We have wind turbines everywhere. THERE IS NO REASON OR EXCUSE GOOD ENOUGH TO SUPPORT THIS. WE ARE MOVING AWAY FROM NUCLEAR ENERGY!!!! WHY ARE YOU TRYING TO GO BACKWARDS?? THIS IS RIDICULOUS
1,002 Sheir Ali ottawa Oct 27, 2017
1,001 Jill Kimmel Milford Oct 27, 2017
1,000 Alex Sutcliffe Oct 27, 2017
999 Dr. Jean Zigby Montreal Oct 27, 2017 As physician, I support making a deal with Quebec to meet your electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Decommissioning nuclear power and increasing renewables is the healthy choice.
998 Catherine Abreu Ottawa Oct 27, 2017
997 john firth Ottawa Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Keep our power surplus in Canada, and help Quebec at the same time. 5c /kwhr for 20 yrs!!
996 Carol Richardson Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I live in Pickering and have since 1970. The thought of the Pickering Nuclear generating station having its life extended is quite terrifying. Please do not approve of an extension.
995 Helga Mankovitz Kingston Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is far too problematic, e.g. nuclear waste, the danger of radiation leaks, etc.
994 Jana Neumann Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I fully support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let us use natural resource. I support cooperation and good busines between two canadian provinces. Why can't we do business wirh Quebec and lower our hydro bill? Everyone is begging for lower cost. Let's us use smart resorces and have clean environment and planet. Thank you.
993 Joan Williams Thunder Bay Oct 27, 2017
992 Jackie Cardoso Oct 27, 2017
991 George Crowell London Oct 27, 2017
990 John Smith Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. If Nuclear energy is on the down slide, why are we wasting money, Why don't we incinerate garbage and save money two ways.
989 Larry Rochette Ottawa Oct 27, 2017
988 Larry Crowe Oct 27, 2017
987 William H. Norton Ottawa Oct 27, 2017
986 Jim Bolger Waterloo Oct 27, 2017
985 Natasha Skapura Oct 27, 2017
984 Andrew Brunning Simcoe Oct 27, 2017
983 Arthur Cross Clarksburg Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let common sense prevail.
982 Keith jefferson toronto Oct 27, 2017
981 Nell Van Meter Toronto Oct 27, 2017
980 ALEX MURRAY TORONTO Oct 27, 2017
979 Tim Lutton Huntsville Oct 27, 2017
978 Simone Brandmayer Toronto Oct 27, 2017
977 Ronald Hart Picton Oct 27, 2017
976 Johnson Clair Pickering Oct 27, 2017
975 Sarah Gayman Toronto Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear energy is so expensive and so risky and bad for the environment. Get rid of it!
974 Aljoy Alix Brampton Oct 27, 2017
973 Lawrence Arkilander Belleville Oct 27, 2017
972 Simon Boone Peterborough Oct 27, 2017
971 Susan Corcoran Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear only offers short term benefit for extremely long term danger and expense.
970 Rai Demopoulos London Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I voted Liberal in the last three provincial elections, but investing in more nuclear energy is not what I want done with my tax dollars.
969 Amber Dignard Ridgeway Oct 27, 2017
968 Rebecca Hart Toronto Oct 27, 2017
967 Jan Heffer Minden Oct 27, 2017
966 Vito DAlessandro Brampton Oct 27, 2017
965 Sara Whitteker Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Really, I'm starting to get quite pissed off with the nuclear angle. Get smart, go with Quebec.
964 Caitlin McKenna Toronto Oct 27, 2017
963 Tom Dowswell Thorold Oct 27, 2017
962 Maryla Straczynski Etobicoke Oct 27, 2017
961 Matt McLean Cambridge Oct 27, 2017
960 Alex and Lynda Troidl Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart and responsible thing to do.
959 Mary Myles Ottawa Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear is too unsafe for the people around the nuclear plant and there is no solution for the waste.
958 tania szablowski Toronto Oct 27, 2017
957 Judy Newman Scarborough Oct 27, 2017 The world is moving away from nuclear power. Nuclear power is expensive and can be dangerous. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
956 Paul Marriott Kingston Oct 27, 2017
955 Lauder & Patricia Smith & Nobbs Bath Oct 27, 2017
954 A. H aurora Oct 27, 2017
953 Barbara Schuster Gindin Toronto Oct 27, 2017 Nuclear power is short-sighted. Waste disposal has still not been solved. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
952 Pam Marriott Merrickville-Wolford Oct 27, 2017
951 Sheetal Laar Toronto Oct 27, 2017
950 Cheryl DeGras Guelph Oct 27, 2017
949 Jean Christie Scarborough Oct 27, 2017
948 Leida Englar Toronto Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.your vov't brings shame to all of us. We have so much more to do with this money.
947 Joe Mattachioni Pickering Oct 27, 2017
946 S A Ludwig Guelph Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's imperative that Ontario get rid of those money-grabbing nuclear plants. We can replace them with Quebec power and locally-owned generation.
945 Marisa Ferrari Pickering Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.I support
944 Lani Ashenhurst Ingersoll Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Stop flogging a dead horse by rebuilding nuclear reactors that are past their prime.
943 Michael Black Toronto Oct 27, 2017
942 Katie Jackson Oct 27, 2017
941 Jackie Dick Ajax Oct 27, 2017
940 Heather Ross Milford Oct 27, 2017 We want our electricity to be generated from wind, solar, hydro and bio-gas. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
939 Pam Maitland Douro-Dummer Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I always thought that Ontario chose to be on the leading edge of renewable. We must not take this backward step to Nuclear power with the risks and unsolved problems of nuclear waste. Do the right thing. Pam
938 Don Ross Milford Oct 27, 2017 No to nuclear and Yes to renewables. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
937 Roger Pilon Markham Oct 27, 2017
936 Frank Horvat Oct 27, 2017
935 Halya Rudiak Markham Oct 27, 2017
934 Ashok kumar Ajax Oct 27, 2017
933 Gordon Pritchard Whitby Oct 27, 2017
932 Nadia Gibbons Toronto Oct 27, 2017
931 Michael Oke Trent lakes Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please listen to the people who elected you (for a change)...
930 Jennifer Parker Oct 27, 2017
929 Victor Foyle Toronto Oct 27, 2017
928 D Johnson Richmond Hill Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart economic thing to do, please do not saddle us with more debt.
927 Philip Brennan Severn Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We must phase out nuclear energy - it is not a safe option nor is it a cost effective one.
926 Leslie Johnstone Dundas Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Sincerely Leslie Johnstone
925 steve dy Markham Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Invest in renewables forget coal and move past nuclear. There are better things out there that would create jobs and spin off businesses at current technology.
924 Zdenek neumann Oct 27, 2017
923 Richard Smyth HUNTSVILLE Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop the insanity with our electricity supplies and costs!! Totally unnecessary!!
922 Bob Willard Whitby Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart, safe, sustainable thing to do.
921 Don Lawlor Baysville Oct 27, 2017
920 satya vayu Portland Oct 27, 2017
919 Robert Johnston Calgary Oct 27, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is an unnecessary, unsafe, unreliable, extremely costly and unsustainable, non-renewable economic scam tied to Soviet-era corporate and political corruption. Energy Probe in Canada proved in 2006 that AECL on its own is responsible for 12% of Canada's national debt. Everything in AECL (and Bruce Power, and TransCanada) promotional material about nuclear power is based on lies, relies on deception and avoidance of intelligent, comprehensive investigation of the entire nuclear power and energy sourcing situation in Canada and around the world. I've seen many promotions by AECL myself, and have attended a Calgary Chamber of Commerce presentation from AECL/BrucePower when they tried to promote the installation of nuclear power in Alberta. Met with an informed and assertive set of questions, AECL could only cave and offer deceptions and evasions as they dodged issues and left the city in shame. Ontario going into any sort of expanded obligation to nuclear power based on fission, at this point, can only be the result of intense marketing by AECL/Bruce Power using the slick set of lies and deceptions they use nationally and always have. They can't stand up to open scrutiny, intelligent inquiry into the validity or value of nuclear power, all things, all aspects considered. Nuclear power is an absurd idea. Yet the CEOs and speculative investors who stand to make money off the associated possible investments from MASSIVE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES of nuclear power (entirely unwarranted) are using extremely short-term thinking, based on some very sorry political pressure, corporate pressure and the blackmailed and the opportunistic who fully intend to cut and run off with their profits at the earliest possible moment, totally unaccountable, while future generations, and in fact the current ones, have to deal with nuclear power costs, loc...
918 David Ngo Pickering Oct 27, 2017
917 Chris Kowalchuk Oakville Oct 27, 2017
916 francis Des Ruisseaux toronto Oct 27, 2017
915 Lech Straczynski Pickering Oct 27, 2017
914 Nick Chiu Thornhill Oct 27, 2017
913 María Teresa Palomino Vancouver Oct 26, 2017
912 Mary Lou Jorgensen-Bacher Toronto Oct 26, 2017
911 Joseph Naft North York Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I am against continuing with the nuclear plan.
910 Kelly Fernandez Oshawa Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to lower our electricity costs and to open the way for a modern renewable energy system.
909 Anne Learn Sharpe Angus Oct 26, 2017
908 ratnathurai singarajah pickering Oct 26, 2017
907 Bonnie Fowler Scarborough Oct 26, 2017
906 Adam James Toronto Oct 26, 2017
905 Lisa Grogan-Green Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear has always been WAY too expensive. I remember in the early 1990's when Ontario had almost no debt and Hydro's was $40 billion. Several years and a recession later, by the mid-1990's Ontario's debt matched Hydro's. Eventually the province wrote off Hydro's debt at tax payers' expense, and Hydro was broken up for the first time. This never proved to be a smart move. From a financial standpoint and an environmental one, upgrading aging nuclear plants doesn't make sense. They're far too expensive and dangerous because breakdowns and accidents can be catastrophic and we cannot figure out what to do with nuclear waste. There are less expensive safer investments to make than nuclear energy.
904 Vivien Leong Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk.
903 Ian MacKenzie Stouffville Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The more we can buy from Quebec, the less your government can mishandle!
902 Montserrat Helsen Richmond Oct 26, 2017
901 Patrick Andres Guelph Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do and will lower the carbon emission intensity of our electricity.
900 Vickie Tikkanen Indian River Oct 26, 2017
899 Marija Minic Scarborough Oct 26, 2017
898 Timothy Padgen Windsor Oct 26, 2017
897 Angus Creighton Toronto Oct 26, 2017
896 Dave Holt Pickering Oct 26, 2017
895 Peter Papadopoulos Pickering Oct 26, 2017
894 Heather Simmons Tillsonburg Oct 26, 2017
893 Susan Gadsby Dundas Oct 26, 2017
892 Ellie Kim Vaughan Oct 26, 2017
891 Scott McDonald Amherstview Oct 26, 2017
890 Gloria Busse Oakville Oct 26, 2017
889 Laurie Thomas Brampton Oct 26, 2017
888 Annie Ryan Toronto Oct 26, 2017
887 Christine Haselmayer Toronto Oct 26, 2017
886 Urszula Adach Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please, do not renew Pickering nuclear plant licence to operate longer than 2018. We live in the vicinity and want to stay in West Rouge.
885 Susan Andrews Pickering Oct 26, 2017
884 Barbara Marcell Thunder Bay Oct 26, 2017
883 Paul Fair Guelph Oct 26, 2017
882 Neil Richler Thornhill Oct 26, 2017
881 Brian Porter Lanark Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Shut down all NUKES in ONTARIO.
880 Bill Van Iterson Ottawa Oct 26, 2017
879 Nicholas King Toronto Oct 26, 2017
878 John Dreger Kitchener Oct 26, 2017 Premier Wynne; I'm certain that your government is interested in saving money and receiving value for our dollars in all aspects of governance. This should apply to the cost of electricity generation as well. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do....and does not involve expensive and perpetual waste disposal issues, or potential nuclear contamination.
877 Feifei An Pickering Oct 26, 2017
876 susan sam Lefroy Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear energy is scary in the long run...
875 Jenny Carter Peterborugh Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I wonder what pressures there are on Premier Wynne to prolong Ontario's production of nuclear energy, when it is so obviously against the interests of Ontarians..
874 Kevin Scragg Oct 26, 2017
873 Birgitta Samavarchian Toronto Oct 26, 2017
872 Paul Woodman Toronto Oct 26, 2017
871 Shirley deLang Toronto Oct 26, 2017
870 ernst arnold glassville Oct 26, 2017
869 Debbie Jamieson Windsor Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please take the offer of clean renewable energy from the province of Quebec.
868 Gerald Chopik Toronto Oct 26, 2017 HAVE YOU LOOKED AT FUKUSHIMA? NO MORE NUKE SITES! I support Green Energy initiatives and making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. THESE are the smart things to do.
867 Laurette Chrétien ottawa Oct 26, 2017
866 Charles Simon Eden Mills Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I am very disappointed that your government has responded to the Conservative false accusations on energy by running scared rather than seizing the opportunity to present POSITIVE proposals.
865 Lois Banks Richmond Hill Oct 26, 2017
864 Peter French Toronto Oct 26, 2017
863 Nadia Stelmach Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let's use common sense!!
862 Mark Gorgolewski Toronto Oct 26, 2017
861 Alan Barthel Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I DO NOT support any further spending on updating and underpinning our failing nuclear genertors.
860 Christina Anderman Killaloe, Ontario Oct 26, 2017
859 Doug Prest Kenilworth Oct 26, 2017 Please, nuclear is by far the most costly source of energy we could choose. It makes far more sense to me to utilize Quebec's hydro, build Conawapa & its transmission line, or continue the build out of solar, wind, and add batteries for storage as Tesla is doing in Australia, Puerto Rico & other countries. No more high cost nuclear! Otherwise prove that is will be cheaper than any of the alternatives. Good luck. You can't.
858 Emily Conger Lansdowne Oct 26, 2017 We're throwing good money after bad AGAIN? Doesn't the Ontario government ever learn? Nuclear power has been an economic disaster since day 1, and the problem of spent fuel rods and high level nuclear waste has not been solved. Time to do the right thing. Buy power from Quebec, and really invest in the infrastructure to allow us to diversify renewable supplies.
857 Mike Martin Mississauga Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The stupid thing to do is to go nuclear. Thank You
856 SHAFIQ JASAR TORONTO Oct 26, 2017
855 Encarni Esobar Pickering Oct 26, 2017
854 Brian Killins Delta Oct 26, 2017
853 Nayel Halim woodbridge Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the ONLY thing to do! Ridiculous how nuclear refurbishment is even being considered given the exponentially decrease in costs associated with solar and wind energy development. Pooling considerable resources into a declining Nuclear industry not only stagnates the development of more technologically efficient alternatives, but it also strains resources in the long run due to the costs associated with treating and storing nuclear waste thousands of years into the future.
852 Mary Margaret Parent Windsor Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I also support a determined and measurable move to renewable energy in Ontario. It's the right thing to do.
851 grace bailey greenbank Oct 26, 2017
850 Bruce Campbell Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is no longer competitive. Elon Musk is correct to focus on batteries as the missing element in the renewables revolution. It will be the final nail in the nuclear coffin, and Ontario's stranded nuclear investments will be the corpse we will all have to bear. The nuclear industry probably wants to maintain its competence in the field. If you don't keep building, you lose your know-how and are out of the international game. But while the government funds the nuclear industry's last-ditch efforts to maintain competence in their field, renewable energy prices will continue to decline, making nuclear even less competitive. Ontario should instead be aiming to increase our competence in the new area of renewable energies. Time to wake up to the future.
849 Jimmy Chung Pickering Oct 26, 2017
848 Greg Padulo Toronto Oct 26, 2017
847 Michael Holloway Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Tech advances are leading us to higher efficiencies and lower end-user consumption trends; renewable sources like solar and wind are decreasing in cost along with cheaper and cheaper distributed storage; transportation efficiencies, like high efficiency mass transit and complete streets are removing energy consumption from our over-all transportation consumption. We don't need nuclear rebuilds - let's learn how to moth-ball and become global leaders in that tech instead. Right now we can create an east-west hydro transfer capacity and at the same time renew Ontario's own hydro capacity. Moth-ball nuclear and build an east-west hydro capacity.
846 Robert Durand Ajax Oct 26, 2017
845 Francy Elkins Williams Lake Oct 26, 2017
844 Richard Alexander Burks Falls Oct 26, 2017
843 Carl Michener Collingwood Oct 26, 2017
842 Lynne Rochon Picton Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's a big thing to do and you have to do it. The Ontario electorate is tired of how you have handled the Wind Turbine issue especially the rural community. You should be stopping any further contracts for wind especially in those communities that are protesting them and cancel the Green Energy Act and start negotiating with Quebec for power. Your chances of staying in power in the next election are declining rapidly. Please stop this insanity. Stop the Turbines, co-operate with Quebec and spend the money on new green energy. Bring into play the retro-fit program and allow communities to decided for themselves on how to go about providing power to their constituents. We should be in the forfront of green energy.........put the turbines if you want them along the highways or up north but not near where people live and contact Quebec to help us out. How many times do you have to be told Kathleen..............you need us............we need change in the direction of energy in Ontario...........Amhurst Island is a disgrace to your government and Prince Edward County needs you to stop the present wpd contract. It will cost you so much less if you stop it right now.........please listen to us, your people who know of what they speak............thank you. Lynne Rochon,
841 Rachel Yance St. Catharines Oct 26, 2017
840 Frederick Oliver Burlington Oct 26, 2017
839 Lindsay Veronneau Pickering Oct 26, 2017
838 Chung-Ying Chou Guelph Oct 26, 2017
837 Larry Schmidt Scarborough Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's the only thing to do!!!
836 paul baines toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why are we creating more nuclear waste when we after 60 years we still haven't figured out how to deal with deadly waste lasting more than 100,000 years? Your government doesn't have the authority to make decisions affecting so many generations to come. No effective or responsible management plan is possible over this timeframe.
835 Sherry Olan Toronto Oct 26, 2017
834 Jam Smith Scarborough Oct 26, 2017
833 Robert Janes Niagara-on-the-Lake Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's also taking a huge risk to keep aging nuclear plants operating , with incalculable health, environmental damage, social, economic costs if there is an accident. It's not worth the risk to keep going down a path that others are wisely avoiding !
832 Tobias Henkes Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. After Chernobyl and Fukushima, no one can argue that nuclear energy is safe. I wish the Ontario Government would phase out nuclear energy completely as soon as possible.
831 Paul Jenkins Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is dangerous and short sighted.
830 John Morgan Midland Oct 26, 2017
829 Lisa Dyck Pickering Oct 26, 2017
828 Erdwin Hueniken Fenwick Oct 26, 2017
827 John Mark Robertson Belleville Oct 26, 2017
826 Claude Marchand Toronto Oct 26, 2017
825 Douglas Reid Toronto Oct 26, 2017
824 Robert Pryslak Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please consider the citizens of Ontario, do not ignore us!
823 Jim Christiansen Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Investing in renewable sources makes better sense than old style nuclear.
822 Mary Everrett Oct 26, 2017
821 Bharat Sud Oct 26, 2017
820 Dave Kadwell Grimsby Oct 26, 2017
819 David Le Roy Toronto Oct 26, 2017 Refurbishing plants to continue nuclear generation in Ontario is crazy. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
818 Ronald Shirtliff Toronto Oct 26, 2017
817 Barry Beaupre Thunder Bay Oct 26, 2017
816 Mary Wilkins Coldwater Oct 26, 2017
815 Julia McCrea Oshawa Oct 26, 2017
814 Adrienne Goddard Toronto Oct 26, 2017
813 Stan Racansky Courtice Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. What a heck is taking so much time to realize the facts. Ms. Premier of Ontario? Are you OK? I am not. We need electric power, reliable, cheap and the only way you may get it is via Quebec. Stan
812 Taiyab Khan Whitby Oct 26, 2017
811 Elizabeth55 Keenan Toronto Oct 26, 2017
810 Derek Watts Wolfville Oct 26, 2017 I support Ontario in making a deal with Quebec to meet it's electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
809 Martha OConnor Toronto Oct 26, 2017
808 Susan Ngiam Pickering Oct 26, 2017 Absolutely. It is the smart thing to do. Ontario should move away from old nuclear technology and focus on renewables. Besides, nuclear energy is never clean energy. Look at the tonnes of radioactive wastes this technology produces. Premier Wynne, do the right thing by dealing with Quebec.
807 Douglas Hart Toronto Oct 26, 2017
806 Dr Dan Beveridge Regina Oct 26, 2017
805 bonny boettger innisfil Oct 26, 2017
804 Martha Nandorfy Guelph Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear reactors produce waste that nobody knows how to get rid of, so please think of future generations. Reactors are also close to precious water supplies at the risk of contamination.
803 song sha pickering Oct 26, 2017
802 Tom Newman Claremont Oct 26, 2017
801 Andrew Knox Toronto Oct 26, 2017
800 Beverly Rice NY Oct 26, 2017
799 Serena Etcheverry Markham Oct 26, 2017
798 Anne Kaufmann Richmond Hill Oct 26, 2017
797 Jim and Carol Young Lindsay Oct 26, 2017
796 Anna Hoad Toronto Oct 26, 2017
795 Earl Long London Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I think the Premier Wynne should think seriously of resigning as she is a liability and because of her extreme unpopularity the liberals are doomed. She has become the victim of Ontario Hydro's bad management and because of being a weakling she is unable to make heads roll.
794 Hannah Conover Toronto Oct 26, 2017
793 Rob Scanlan Holland Landing Oct 26, 2017
792 Mary Vise Tweed Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I urge you to abandon the plan for rebuilding our aging and expensive nuclear plants and consider the Quebec renewable energy option which is safer and cheaper. Mary Vise 1432 East Hungerford Rd. Tweed, ON. K0K 3J0
791 Carla Garnet Toronto Oct 26, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne, I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do!
790 Marla Richler Town of Blue Mountains Oct 26, 2017
789 Jason Whiteman Oshawa Oct 26, 2017
788 Tracy Pow Toronto Oct 26, 2017
787 Andreas Pickel Peterborough Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. An nuclear accident is only a matter time. Protect ours.
786 Niki Muller Oct 26, 2017
785 Martin Bruce Collingwood Oct 26, 2017
784 Malcolm Hamilton Toronto Oct 26, 2017
783 I Math Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. What you are planning will cost Ontario taxpayer billions and will produce nuclear waste -- which is why nuclear fuel is the dirtiest fuel that exists! This is happening on your watch Premiere Wynne.
782 Grant Linney Dundas Oct 26, 2017 I STRONGLY support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
781 Henry Evans-Tenbrinke Hamilton Oct 26, 2017
780 Anne Papmehl London Oct 26, 2017
779 Nancy Irwin Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And I tell you this, again and again. Nuclear waste is NOT good for the planet, therefore nuclear energy is not either!!!
778 David Butler Torbay Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Even if it's solar farms that would be smarter than prodding around a decaying reactor. It's common sense which is lacking. And why would this be a deal Wynne would make if she isn't even qualified in reverse engineering and nuclear engineering in the first place? It requires our environment ministers and consultations to hash out a smart and safe approach to really change the way we use power.
777 Rod Layman Lion's Head Oct 26, 2017
776 Anthony Simmons Toronto Oct 26, 2017
775 William Hulme Richmond Hill Oct 26, 2017
774 Vivienne Simmons Toronto Oct 26, 2017
773 Ray Roth Gadshill Oct 26, 2017
772 Connie Brown Oct 26, 2017
771 Jane Topping Brockvile Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs as such a deal will provide both a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We need to move away from far too costly and unsafe nuclear power and promote , implement and facilitate solar and wind power as the waybill the future. At the present time there is NO credible reason to continue with the over budget, unsafe and unsustainable nuclear power option. Please make a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs ASAP. and implement renewable energy options that will provide safe and sustainable electricity for Ontario.
770 william frankum hamilton Oct 26, 2017
769 Vinai Cyriac PICKERING Oct 26, 2017
768 cecile leneman berkeley` Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. with global warming in full swing, it's high time to spport renewables.
767 sandra McFadden Pickering Oct 26, 2017
766 Marion de Vries Toronto Oct 26, 2017
765 David Cherubin toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. But you won't do it, because you're an idiot!
764 BRIAN HARPER BEAVERTON Oct 26, 2017
763 Simon Miminis Toronto Oct 26, 2017
762 Jose Bonilla Grimsby, ontario Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop wasting our tax dollars on NUCLEAR energy, nuclear is dangerous and it's waist lasts for ever. Do the right thing.
761 Gui Mansilla Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. That will also make it more likely for me to be able to support your reelection efforts. Its time to move into clean renewables particularly when that makes financial sense! Thanks for listening!
760 Chapman Robert Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I am not interested in living next to an aging Nuclear reactor. Let's spend the money on renewables with batteries instead. Stop wasting all of our tax money.
759 Kali Houlinif Scarborough Oct 26, 2017
758 Julius Karl Pickering Oct 26, 2017
757 Edwin Daniel Victoria (foermerly Hamilton) Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Planning to use nuclear energy is definitely the dumb ,even stupid, thing top do. First the cost of nuclear energy is not just the cost of maintaining aging plants. It should also include the ultimate cost of disposing of nuclear waste. The first cost of that disposal will be finding a safe place to store is for the thousands of years necessary. So far no nation has found a safe place for disposal of nuclear wastes, so why is Ontario likely to be successful? to compound the stupidity is the refusal to accept the offer of cheap, clean energy from Quebec. That is truly inexplicable. Please, fr the sake of the environment and for the future of our planet. Do not extend the usage of nuclear plants with all the final costs.
756 Gail Posen Toronto Oct 26, 2017
755 Tove Fynbo Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why would you want o refurbish nuclear reactors???
754 Richard Felix Etobicoke Oct 26, 2017
753 Andrew Serafin Schenectady Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I can not imagine the nuclear waste is good idea at all. I just wondering why Ontario government would use our money to support poisoners. I think most of the will not forget and made the present ministers responsible in court if they will not stop making irresponsible decisions - for God knows what reason.
752 Alex Rae Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. BUY FROM QUEBEC OR THE VERY BEST YOU CAN HOPE FOR IS TO BE THE OPPOSITION PARTY AFTER THE ELECTION!
751 Tony Iacovetta Pickering, Ontario Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
750 georgina schaeff Warkworth Oct 26, 2017
749 Miriam Ketonen Thunder Bay Oct 26, 2017
748 Matthew Kerry Toronto Oct 26, 2017
747 Diana Howarth Scarborough Oct 26, 2017
746 Ann Porter Bonilla Grimsby Oct 26, 2017
745 Don glover Tofino Oct 26, 2017
744 Opinder Buttar North York Oct 26, 2017
743 Janis Daly TORONTO Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. There is simply no justification for not doing this option and it is safer for Ontarians.
742 Chris Lindberg Ottawa Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I do not support investing additional taxpayer dollars in supporting Ontario's nuclear power plants.
741 Andrea MacFarlane Pickering Oct 26, 2017
740 Tom Hutchinson asphodel-norwood Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.It is a much better option than renewal of the deteriating nuclear power plants at huge and uncontrolled cost
739 John Clarke Lanark Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We can't afford not to. The technology is obsolete. What do we expect future generations to do with the mess left for them to clean up ? Is there a plan?
738 John Gittins Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Indeed, to do otherwise is an absolute disgrace. John Gittins Professor Emeritus University of Toronto
737 Peter D'Gama Toronto Oct 26, 2017
736 Dr. Dwyer Sullivan Kitchener Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Join the rest of the world in going non-nuclear and promoting water, solar and wind power.
735 Sartaj Gill Oct 26, 2017
734 Alice Gibson Lakefield Oct 26, 2017
733 Peter Woolner Kitchener Oct 26, 2017
732 Brian Marr Welland,Ont, Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Also I support if Ontario had the guts to ban the hijab like Quebec has done,hopefully in 2019 ,Praying that this terrible Wynne gov't is scrapped,like the gas plants,
731 Lisa Horvat Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I realize there are always a lot of issues to consider when making big decisions for our province. But sometimes, the decision is clear. Ontario should not continue investing in nuclear energy. We are gambling with our lives, our health and our pocketbooks. Nuclear energy projects have historically (and continue to) go way over budget. We need to be responsibly closing all nuclear plants in Ontario and invest in low-impact energy. It will save us in the short and long-term. Let's make our province great by stopping the risk to our lives and investments. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the only logical thing to do if you care about our province and its people. I can't support a government that doesn't understand this.
730 Claudia Rivera Vaughan Oct 26, 2017
729 Sheila Caporali Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Better for our climate better for our children better for our health!!!
728 Ameet Hurry East Gwillimbury Oct 26, 2017
727 Sandy Hartling Belleville Oct 26, 2017
726 Emmy Ruan Toronto Oct 26, 2017 Ontario is already in debt, we need to consider all we can to save our tax payers money, not to waste our tax payers money
725 Chris Gupta London Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Else this is just crony scheme.
724 Ellen Fox Huntsville Oct 26, 2017
723 Lyndsay Moffatt Charlottetown Oct 26, 2017
722 Wen Tang Toronto Oct 26, 2017
721 Heidi Schiele Vancouver Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We already have major Polution in the atmosphere. A nuclear leak will only destroy us sooner rather then later. All the high costs of running nuclear power not only is wasted considering other options, but obviously also increasing our demise.
720 Karen Fan Pickering Oct 26, 2017
719 Joann McCann Gloucester Oct 26, 2017
718 Peggy Land Perth Ont. Oct 26, 2017
717 Sarah Rix Toronto Oct 26, 2017
716 Rosemarie Morris Ancaster Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's time to abandon nuclear energy and start planning for the enormous challenge of decommissioning these reactors and all the radioactive waste that goes with them.
715 Cheryl Proctor Pickering Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Plus let's breathe cleaner air and help our environment with better energy choices.
714 Irene Biemann Toronto Oct 26, 2017
713 Barbara Webb Brampton Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Wynn needs to go. This is just nuts!
712 Brian Phillips Toronto Oct 26, 2017 Premier Wynne, I was thrilled to support the Liberal party when you ran in 2014 to lead the Ontario government. The fixation on nuclear energy that your party holds will result in me voting elsewhere next year. Brian Phillips.
711 G Randy Shantz Toronto Oct 26, 2017
710 Michael Thompson Toronto Oct 26, 2017
709 Joanne Martin Tiverton Oct 26, 2017
708 Yanina Espinoza Toronto Oct 26, 2017
707 Carole and Karl Condé and Beveridge Toronto Oct 26, 2017
706 Sheila Baker Pickering Oct 26, 2017
705 James Todorovski Toronto Oct 26, 2017
704 Rami Schandall Toronto Oct 26, 2017
703 Shveta Kumar Ajax Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop building and renewing nuclear plant in populated areas. There are many people who are not comfortable coming forward because of language constraints etc. and are not well informed about life threatening hazards ..... just please oppose nuclear plants . We need to Think, design and plan in safer energy option for generations to come!!! It's an absolute no No!!!!
702 Anne Cole Peterborough Oct 26, 2017
701 Brian Skerrett Eden Mills Oct 26, 2017
700 Ross Taccone Ajax Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I also have been a Liberal supporter for the past 50 yrs but will no longer vote liberal if Pickering Nuclear Station isn’t closed.
699 David Mazur-Goulet Oct 26, 2017
698 J K Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I will not vote liberal again in the provincials if the proposed energy plan stands.
697 Wilfredf Sorensen Kingston Oct 26, 2017
696 Tonya Surman Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
695 arthur davis toronto Oct 26, 2017
694 andrew black ottawa Oct 26, 2017
693 Deborah de Lange Toronto Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I do not support nuclear energy. It needs to be wound down and no refurbishments should take place. We can replace it with renewable energy. We also build up our renewable energy industry here in Canada if we choose to support it. Thanks in case you decide to make the right set of decisions for clean, secure, safe and affordable energy for Ontario. Dr. Deborah de Lange
692 Kevin Barrett Toronto Oct 26, 2017
691 Christine Massey Oct 26, 2017
690 Barbara Birkett Oakville Oct 26, 2017
689 Margaret Rao Toronto Oct 26, 2017
688 Kendall Brownlee Brampton Oct 26, 2017
687 Wendy Reid Oct 26, 2017
686 Darko Matovic Kingston Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I also believe that sinking funds further into the bottomless nuclear reactor pit is a deeply misguided strategy, the one that future generations will pay for dearly. Please, refrain from repeating mistakes of the past going into the future.
685 Tracey Thomas-Falconar Toronto Oct 26, 2017
684 Vicki Schmolka Kingston Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't support continuing to invest so heavily in the nuclear industry. Hydro is this government's Achilles heel. Time to smarten up.
683 Craig Maxwell Mindemoya Oct 26, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The lack of good, safe storage options for nuclear waste in both production and spent fuel that needs to be maintained for many thousands of years should be the ultimate deterrent even if the fiscal case does not convince you.
682 Annette Bays Loretto Oct 26, 2017
681 Marcia Parker Oshawa Oct 25, 2017
680 Ronald Macfarlane Toronto Oct 25, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than relying on nuclear power. It's the smart thing to do.
679 Fiona Cheng Toronto Oct 25, 2017
678 Sue Short Kimberley Oct 25, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please Ms. Wynne, think of the positive legacy you would leave if you cancelled the refurbishing of the Pickering Power Plant which so many people have declared is a very bad decision. This from a cost perspective but even more importantly from the safety aspect. I have four grandsons and am extremely worried about the dumping of nuclear waste - a very long term problem - but more particularly because my family all live in Toronto and would most certainly be affected by any possible major incidents at Pickering. You too are a grandmother and I would have thought would consider them more important than pleasing OPG. Why, when you already have the promise of clean renewable energy from Quebec at an attractive price, and the building of Wind and Solar farms moving at a fast pace would you even consider continuing any nuclear project? If not for your family please do so for mine and the millions of others all living too close for long term comfort to the Pickering and Darlington Power plants Let your legacy be clean, safe power for everyone - hold your head up high and be proud of yourself and what you have decided to do. Thank you. Susan Short
677 roger short kimberley Oct 25, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The alternative is to spend a huge amount on nuclear energy (could be $30-40 billion) increasing the price of Ontario energy while taking a huge risk on running an old, inefficient plant (Pickering) beyond its recommended life. Along with this, refurbishing Darlington while still offering no sound solution to handling spent nuclear fuel and related waste products, at an increasing cost and exposure to Ontarians.
676 Betty Ennis Bath Oct 25, 2017
675 Brent Williams Oshawa Oct 25, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And we should alway's try to ensure our energy costs are low.
674 Natasha vaney Etobicoke Oct 25, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is time to shut down the nuclear reactors, Insanity is defined as doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. The long-term costs of nuclear waste and the safety all life isn't worth the gamble, as that is what you are doing gambling by keeping these nuclear facilities open. Gambling we won't have an accident like Fukushima and Chernobyl nuclear disasters. https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2016/04/still-cleaning-up-30-years-after-the-chernobyl-disaster/476748/ Close the nuclear plants, put public safety first, no time will undo the harm from a nuclear disaster. Don't let Ontarians down, history has proven this to be a bad idea. It is a ticking time bomb waiting to go off. We can't control it, nuclear disasters leave havoc are you willing to gamble and take the risk, keep your fingers and toes crossed in the hopes it won't happen? Prevention is the best option by closing the plants down that have long lived their lifespan and pose a serious threat to all life.
673 Naomi Litwack Toronto Oct 24, 2017
672 Lana Choi Markham Oct 24, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne, This is such a clear choice to make for ALL Ontarians. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Nuclear power is not good for people, water, land, individual taxes and overall energy budgets. Please make the switch to Quebec hydro power, and leave a positive AND lasting economical and environmental legacy for future generations of Ontario residents. Thank you for your attention to this urgent matter. Sincerely, Lana Choi
671 Michelle Chateauvert Scarborough Oct 24, 2017
670 Sal Badali Mississauga Oct 24, 2017
669 Ira Rabinovitch Toronto Oct 24, 2017
668 Allen Braude Toronto Oct 24, 2017
667 Dale Dewar Wynyard Oct 24, 2017 Although I don't live in Ontario, I support a deal with Quebec to meet electricity needs. Costly refurbishing and potential accidents make nuclear power even more costly than it seems - and an accident will affect all Canadians. It's the smart thing to do.
666 Raj Patel Stouffville Oct 24, 2017
665 Lorraine Devanthey Ottawa Oct 24, 2017
664 Constance Sawyer R.R.#2 Tobermory Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I have appreciated much that your government has done, but I'm very troubled that you have not stood your ground in going ahead with buying hydroelectric power from Quebec. Please follow up this route as soon as possible. True costs have to be honestly reseached and calculated. Transparency has to be honoured. Ultimately your political reputation rests on these. We all know that figures sourced from the nuclear industry are manipulated and massive cost overruns are the norm. We must pursue a sustainable direction. We must lower our hydro bills. Honestly, and for the long term.
663 lew Pearson Ottawa Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is a no brainer to acept hydro from Quebec. Nuclear is beset with so many problems The U.S. has nor found a safe storage for nuclear waste lew pearson
662 Donna Crooks Oct 24, 2017
661 Siegfried Kleinau Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Clean up the environment and lower our hydro bills by making a smart deal for clean energy from our good neighbours the Liberal Gov't of Quebec!!!
660 Parma Yarkin Windsor Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And I am sick and tired of reading on a daily basis about privatized Hydro stealing taxpayer dollars for its private stakeholders. Privatizing Hydro was the stupidest decision of the Wynne administration and undermines EVERYTHING ELSE this administration has tackled. If the Ontario government doesn't kick out the privateers running Ontario's hydro, it will be replaced. Enough of the stupidity.
659 Ron Quinn Toronto Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The opportunity to do so has been available for years but the Ontario government has continually refused to do so and make the necessary arrangements.
658 Joseph Somers Welland Oct 24, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. If either "ONE" of these two Corporate owned Parties supported by the Corporate Main Street Media is elected or re-elected then the people have spoken.... and...... the shafting they get is "ONCE AGAIN" of their own making.. They will Screw you once again... Elect Brown and Ontario gets HARPER'S Politics....Elect WYNNE and in my opinion you are "ONCE AGAIN Losers.
657 Dan Yourkevich Oshawa Oct 24, 2017
656 DON MCGORMAN SAULT STE MARIE Oct 24, 2017
655 Ann LaFontaine Scarborough Oct 24, 2017
654 pascale kleinberg etampes Oct 24, 2017
653 catherine courtine Oct 23, 2017
652 Mike Roth Dundalk Oct 23, 2017
651 Viviane Charbonneau Finch Oct 23, 2017
650 Wally Brooker Toronto Oct 23, 2017
649 Alan Warren Toronto Oct 23, 2017
648 Jill Lennox Toronto Oct 23, 2017
647 Michael Malczewski Toronto Oct 23, 2017
646 jake javanshir toronto Oct 23, 2017
645 Ron Korb Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I strongly support Ontario buying power from Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost. Nuclear plants are too costly and dangerous.
644 Jennifer Macdonald Scarborough Oct 23, 2017
643 Chad Walker Kingston Oct 23, 2017 Ontario needs clean, low-cost and reliable energy sources to compliment the existing range of renewable and low-carbon options. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
642 Rodger Brunning Simcoe Oct 23, 2017
641 Cheryl Rainfield Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. We do not need MORE nuclear power plants that can potentially cause SO much harm and damage to the environment, people, animals. And we do need to save money and our environment - something this deal with Quebec could do.
640 Colinq Read Waterloo Oct 23, 2017 I support using hydro generated power over nuclear power even if the cost were equal. When the hydro is cheaper, it makes no sense to go nuclear.
639 Corey Nybom Odessa Oct 23, 2017
638 Erin Heineman Sault Set Marie Oct 23, 2017
637 A. Pope Toronto Oct 23, 2017 Nuclear waste is not part of the Waste Free Ontario Act or Circular Economy Act. You need to stop all nuclear generation immediately! I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
636 peter zak pickeriing Oct 23, 2017
635 Monica Whalley Toronto Oct 23, 2017
634 Gordon Chamberlain Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do And for that deal to be assessed by the auditor or appropriate regulatory agency
633 Melvin Zimmerman Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. EVEN MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE THRIFT RATIONALE IS THE RISK FACTOR. AFTER SO MANY TOXIC DISASTERS LIKE THE LOVE, CHERNOBYL, FUKUSHIMA, THE FURTHER MINING OF URANIUM AND THE NEED TO DUMP NUCLEAR WASTE, IT SEEMS DEMENTED TO STUBBORNLY, RECKLESSLY,ADDICTIVELY STICK WITH NUKES.
632 David Trotter Orono Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power is an unaffordable and avoidable disaster which will plague humanity for untold generations. Please do the right thing. Thank you, David Trotter
631 RICHARD SZPIN PICKERING Oct 23, 2017 You're going to lose a close election if you don't stop lying in bed with the nuclear lobby. And Patrick Brown does not deserve to be Premier the way he declares and publishes his policy platforms. His new anti-Wynne ads are borderline hate mongering. But if you stay the course, you will lose to this wimp! Come on, pull up your socks, your pantyhose, whatever you wear and start acting like the premier you have been and can be again. My vote is not cast in stone, yet. Richard Szpin
630 Pierre Lussier Montreal Oct 23, 2017
629 Janine Carter Toronto Oct 23, 2017
628 Juliet Palmer Toronto Oct 23, 2017
627 Myles Conner Peterborough Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Tuclear is expensive and still very environmentally hard given the whole uranium life cycle.
626 D Tim Seitz Kingston Oct 23, 2017 I fully support Ontario's making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a much lower cost and at a far lower risk of a nuclear accident or meltdown. It's the only right thing to for you to do now.
625 Moira Gracey Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Choose Hydro over nuclear!
624 Jane Scott Peterborough, Ontario Oct 23, 2017
623 Nyree Gracey Kincardine Oct 23, 2017
622 Stan R Blecher Port Hope Oct 23, 2017
621 David Barlow Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk.
620 Marianne Lods LanRK Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And improve Hydro compatibility with residents solar systems.
619 Linda Rosier Erin Oct 23, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Thank you, Linda Belden Rosier
618 Karen Bennedsen Toronto Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than nuclear power. It's the smart thing to do.
617 Bruce Taylor Pickering Oct 23, 2017
616 Eve Goldberg Toronto Oct 23, 2017
615 Cindy Conner Peterborough Oct 23, 2017
614 Janet Cosby Ottawa Oct 23, 2017
613 Nadira Sheralam Toronto Oct 23, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne, I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Thank you,
612 Anna Gutmanis Oct 23, 2017
611 Keith Hekker Simcoe Oct 23, 2017
610 Ted Baldwin Ottawa Oct 23, 2017
609 Alexandru Holetec Toronto Oct 23, 2017
608 Graham Lodge Kingston Oct 23, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. At the very least Ontario's taxpayers and ratepayers deserve a real detailed response as to why we shouldn't make a deal with Quebec.
607 Kim Nguyen Thornhill Oct 22, 2017
606 Fong Di Caterina North York Oct 22, 2017
605 Judi Coburn Toronto Oct 22, 2017
604 Ralph Carl Wushke Toronto Oct 22, 2017
603 Paul Cragg Otonabee Oct 22, 2017
602 June Caskey Oct 22, 2017 I heartily support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's definitely the smart thing to do. It is the way of the future. Lets get on with it NOW!!!!!! Sincerely, June Caskey
601 Daniel Murphy Toronto Oct 22, 2017
600 Clare Gibbons Toronto Oct 22, 2017
599 Robert Young Toronto Oct 22, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This will benefit all the citizens of Ontario, not just Liberal politicians and the employees of OPG!
598 Neta Jeffery Toronto Oct 22, 2017
597 Susan Grinstead Thunder Bay Oct 22, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I think you should also look at more wind / solar installations, especially since their costs are declining. These should be a more active part of the electricity generation mix.
596 Susan Schellenberg Toronto Oct 22, 2017
595 Edward Ketchum Toronto Oct 22, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop exposing us to the risk nuclear power poses. Sincerely, E. Ketchum
594 Kris Kozell Toronto Oct 22, 2017
593 Anik Hahn Gananoque Oct 22, 2017
592 Sheila A. Miller Toronto Oct 22, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is a safer and cleaner way to meet Ontario's energy needs that will make the future of our children safer and cleaner.
591 Douglas Taylor London Oct 22, 2017
590 mary gauthier Toronto Oct 22, 2017
589 David Booz Toronto Oct 22, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. As an engineer, it pains me to say that nuclear energy in Ontario has been a failure and we need to stop wasting money on it. Thank you.
588 Jan Boudart Chicago Oct 22, 2017 Close Darlington! It's right on the beach of water that I share with Ontario. Make the North American Great Lakes nuclear free! I support making a deal with Quebec to meet your electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Anytime the extraordinary expense of nuclear power can be avoided -- that would be smart. Nuclear power is full of hidden and future costs to the people coming along in this world. They are going to be stuck with a bill that will be unpayable and the health consequences of our greed for power, our fascination with the exploding atom.
587 Jania Zapotoski Toronto Oct 22, 2017
586 Shaina Silver-Baird Toronto Oct 21, 2017
585 Peggy Scott Peterborough Oct 21, 2017
584 Torsten Kahl Toronto Oct 21, 2017
583 Henry and Janet Regis Uxbridge Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We are surprised that our Ontario Government in whom we have great confidence has not signed with Quebec to purchase Quebec's power. What is the holdup? Doesn't the above statement from people who have researched the costs of nuclear power in the future make sense to find renewable alternate supplies of power? Henry and Janet Regis
582 D. S. Boddy Peterborough Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's the best thing to do.
581 Anshuman Srivastava Ottawa Oct 21, 2017
580 Barbara Riesberry Brockville Oct 21, 2017
579 ben eriksen NORTH YORK Oct 21, 2017
578 Carrie James Niagara Falls Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. No more hiding the ugly facts about nuclear power from Canadians. Stop wasting our tax dollars on Nuclear rebuilds and save money and our planet by making this deal with Quebec.
577 Consuelo Castillo Toronto Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Then, of course, we ourselves need to put more resources in to developing our own renewable and safe water, solar and wind energy.
576 Alexandre Vorobiev Nepean Oct 21, 2017
575 Patricia Hayward Toronto Oct 21, 2017
574 Alex Karpov Almonte Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Quebec is guaranteeing power year-round at an incredibly attractive price. By taking Quebec up on its offer, we could reduce our electricity costs by more than $12 billion over the next 20 years. It's the smart thing to do.
573 Carolyn L. Herbert Nepean (Ottawa) Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I am adamantly opposed to extending the life of the nuclear power plants when a more cost-effective way to obtain cleaner energy exists for Ontario. Hydro power should be supplemental to renewable energy like solar and smaller wind farms and geothermal where appropriate.
572 Martin Chan Pickering Oct 21, 2017
571 Anna Kerwin Ottawa Oct 21, 2017
570 Michael Smith Oakville Oct 21, 2017
569 Floyd Rudmin Kingston Oct 21, 2017
568 Graham Jackson Richmond Hill Oct 21, 2017
567 Mike Del Grande Toronto Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Give us a break
566 Peter Whitworth Manotick Oct 21, 2017
565 Miriam Henriques Toronto Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stay reasonable and practical about this issue ... which affects us all..
564 Jon Hussey St. Catharines Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Or maybe stop selling it to the states for pennies on the dollar.
563 Kevin Morris Etobicoke Oct 21, 2017
562 Elizabeth Eaton Oct 21, 2017
561 Madelyn Sanderson Sault Ste Marie Oct 21, 2017
560 Jacqueline Caulfield Windsor Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. .here are struggling families out there that shouldn't have to make decisions on which bills they can afford to pay if there is a cheaper alternate to our electricity costs.
559 Lois Banks Richmond Hill Oct 21, 2017
558 Amanda Tang Pickering Oct 21, 2017
557 zdenek neumann Oct 21, 2017
556 Jay Garlough Ottawa Oct 21, 2017
555 Brent Mitchel Whitby Oct 21, 2017
554 Marlon Lo Toronto Oct 21, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne: I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear energy can never be save as it creates radioactive waste that cannot be disposed of for tens of thousands of years. Please do not go the route of short term gains for long term pain, not just for ourselves but for many generations of living beings to come. Yours Very Concerned for the Future of Our Planet, Marlon Lo
553 Eric True Stittsville Oct 21, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's time to do the right thing.
552 Dess Jakob Stouffville Oct 21, 2017
551 Ida Rosati Toronto Oct 21, 2017
550 Valerie McCormick Huntsville Oct 20, 2017
549 Christopher Harris Toronto Oct 20, 2017
548 Judith Speagle Kingston Oct 20, 2017
547 Urszula Adach Toronto Oct 20, 2017
546 Mort Fine Oct 20, 2017
545 JUDY AMSBURY PETERBOROUGH Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Hydro generation is clearly a cheaper,more environmentally friendly way to produce power than nuclear, with its lethal waste and dangerously worn infrastructure. The incredible debt being incurred is going to strangle us and our future generations. Why on earth would you not take advantage of this deal with Quebec,and help strengthen Canada as a whole?.
544 Norman Suguitan Scarborough (Toronto) Oct 20, 2017
543 gail thomas scarborough Oct 20, 2017
542 Nikola Kozic Brampton Oct 20, 2017
541 LESLEY SIEGAL PICKERING Oct 20, 2017
540 Diane Greenfield Tiny Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it is the right thing to do. Act on behalf of concerned tax payers
539 Arthur Beaubien Ottawa Oct 20, 2017
538 Mary Lovett Toronto Oct 20, 2017
537 matt bemelen pickering Oct 20, 2017
536 Joyce Yee Kingston Oct 20, 2017
535 katiuska sotomayor Oct 20, 2017
534 paul pond markdale Oct 20, 2017
533 ALLAN GROSE LONDON Oct 20, 2017
532 Marie Carlene Parkinson London Oct 20, 2017
531 Ken Forgeron St. Catharines Oct 20, 2017
530 Mike Antoniades Toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And a safe option.
529 Colin McGregor Waterloo Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And shut down the dangerous and expensive nuclear reactors.
528 Nancy Barker Toronto Oct 20, 2017
527 Nigel Boos Ajax Oct 20, 2017
526 Sufiya Mary Reid Toronto Oct 20, 2017
525 Veronica Joyner Pickering Oct 20, 2017
524 Mary McSherry Oct 20, 2017
523 Frank Smits Toronto Oct 20, 2017
522 eva filipiak Oct 20, 2017
521 Emma McBey Toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. So why not do it?
520 Robert Simmons Emo Oct 20, 2017
519 Murray Lumley Toronto Oct 20, 2017
518 Douglas Alton Mississauga Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I find your actions in deferring the massive debt of electricity costs to future generations shameful and so clearly politically motivated, as was the gas plant closure. This will be dismembered at the next election. You have done NOTHING to reduce the cost of electricity. Managing the cost of renewables has also been very inappropriately done.
517 Ron Weigand Toronto Oct 20, 2017
516 Giovanni Perna Toronto Oct 20, 2017
515 lisa druchok toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Stop the borrowing shenanigans
514 Len Eberhard Toronto Oct 20, 2017
513 Hada Torres Etobicoke Oct 20, 2017
512 Jim Bridle Oct 20, 2017
511 ariel lang toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It IS the RIGHT thing to do.
510 Marcia Costa Toronto Oct 20, 2017
509 Doug Mason Havelock Oct 20, 2017
508 Yovita Gwekwerere Sudbury Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do for future generations.
507 Anne Hamilton Sioux Narrows Oct 20, 2017
506 Karen Lewis Toronto Oct 20, 2017
505 franklyn griffiths toronto Oct 20, 2017
504 Kelly Hann Pickering Oct 20, 2017
503 Lindsay Jacobs Toronto Oct 20, 2017
502 Allan Bowman East Gwillimbury, Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Economical Hydro is crucial to generating growth in Ontario's economy and low cost Hydro helped build this province. Our current rates are killing jobs and the only sensible thing to do is to contract with Quebec for our electricity.
501 Allan Baker Coldwater Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. DO IT NOW!!!!!
500 Jan Boers Pickering Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Also............Hydro generation of electricity is cleaner and safer than nuclear or coal generated power.
499 Jim Rhodes Sydenham Oct 20, 2017
498 Jon Moller Kingston Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear was never the smart thing to do.
497 Allison Evans toronto Oct 20, 2017
496 ISABELLA FRANCESCO toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the ONLY smart thing to do. My question to you is, 'what's the downside?'
495 dawn wildman Toronto Oct 20, 2017
494 Larry Rosnuk Port Colborne Oct 20, 2017
493 Cheryl Saunders Oshawa Oct 20, 2017
492 Terry Knight Richmond Hill Oct 20, 2017
491 silke nebel London Oct 20, 2017
490 Jeff Morgan Ajax Oct 20, 2017
489 Patricia Antonyshyn Toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Pickering and Darlington nuclear plants need to be shut down and decommissioned because they are too old and unsafe and costing citizens their money and their health, and using public money to fund nuclear instead of safe renewables.
488 Shirley Samuels Kingston Oct 20, 2017
487 Herb Titze Algonquin Highlands Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We have also many dams in Haliburton and everyone could produce power with just a few cheap upgrades ( water vortex power) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo_mP18IXMo&index=1&list=PLsEXGh_xDQCIZOLuKGpENCDJmyKNWBO8e
486 Judy Sieffert Wyoming Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And environmentally friendly.
485 Lynn Bishop Toronto Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.. plus it’s shows innovation and real leadership . Which we are literally dying for. Please do it. You might even win the next election. Cuz whoa. You are so in shit now.
484 Sara Ghadri farz Pickering Oct 20, 2017
483 Kathleen Carter Lakefield Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I just don't understand why we continue with theses very expensive projects!
482 Helen Mittelman Oct 20, 2017
481 Rolf Thiessen Waterloo Oct 20, 2017
480 Alex Ricci Toronto Oct 20, 2017
479 Jane Robson Toronto Oct 20, 2017
478 Sheila O'Reilly Guelph Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. What are we waiting for? I supported the Liberal party provincially in the last election. Your inaction on really dealing effectively on a safe and healthy mean to combat climate change and save consumers money makes me question my support in the next election. Sheila O'Reilly
477 Paul Schortemeyer Pickering Oct 20, 2017
476 Siria Mitchell Toronto Oct 20, 2017
475 Elizabeth Willmott Owen Sound Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. THe failure of your government to buy cheaper power from Quebec, and to instead support outdated, expensive, and hard-to-store dangerous waste is THE BIGGEST FACTOR IN MY RELUCTANCE TO VOTE LIBERAL NEXT TIME.
474 Henry Reinelt Toronto Oct 20, 2017
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472 GEORGE OXENHOLM AJAX Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We must look at the long term and the costs in taxes to Ontario residents. U.S..A states will contract with Quebec and we will be left out in the cold.
471 Wolfe Erlichman Godfrey Oct 20, 2017
470 Ingo Koenig Toronto Oct 20, 2017
469 Gurbeen Bhasin Toronto Oct 20, 2017
468 Michelle Landry Thunder Bay Oct 20, 2017 I STRONGLY support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It’s time to think of the average Ontarian’s pocket book. We have put up with enough mismanagement and crap over the years. Enough! Do the smart thing, Premier Wynne. You owe it to US. Michelle Landry
467 gary glover mcdonalds corners Oct 20, 2017
466 Pam Mountain Toronto Oct 20, 2017
465 Sharon Anderson Toronto Oct 20, 2017
464 Alan Warren TORONTO Oct 20, 2017
463 Kaitlin Richardson Markham Oct 20, 2017
462 Emily Foo Pickering Oct 20, 2017
461 Tim Duda San antonio Oct 20, 2017
460 Bud Cruise Pickering Oct 20, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Kathleen, how you as government leader can choose to spend 16.5 cents per KWH for reactor sourced power versus 5.25 cents for Quebec hydro power totally escapes not only me, but every thinking person. Rather than dodge the obvious question, you MUST communicate with Ontarians in a very public way and explain your rationale. If you cannot explain it, then stop it. $4 billion in interest payments will not heat homes or illuminate streets. Do the right thing. That's why we elected you !! Bud Cruise
459 David Allan Toronto Oct 20, 2017
458 Christine Malec Toronto Oct 20, 2017
457 Maxime Rivière-Anderson Huntsville Oct 20, 2017
456 Michael Winberg North York Oct 20, 2017
455 Misha Snyder Toronto Oct 19, 2017
454 Neil Walker Toronto Oct 19, 2017
453 David Anderson Oct 19, 2017
452 Harald Simon Mindemoya Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do . Let’s avoid critiquing Quebec for driving wedges into communities with their anti face covering legislation while ignoring the ON liberal government doing the same community splitting by exempting First Nation residents of their electricity delivery costs.
451 Colman Hogan Toronto Oct 19, 2017 Quebec has offered Ontario consumers an electricity contract that any thinking person would be a fool to turn down. Yet, our government has decided that 16 cent electricity from Darlington is somehow a better deal for Ontarians than the 5 cents offer from Quebec. Time for a fiscal reality check.
450 Deirdre O'Dowd Toronto Oct 19, 2017
449 Ann Turnbull Pickering Oct 19, 2017
448 Sharon Gillott Markham Oct 19, 2017
447 Terrence Conroy Golden Lake Oct 19, 2017
446 Mike Turner Pickering Oct 19, 2017
445 Victor Lau Saskatoon Oct 19, 2017
444 Richard Abbott Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
443 Allan Poulsen Kanata Oct 19, 2017
442 Hanna Heger Toronto Oct 19, 2017
441 Gerard Neave Echo Bay Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear power has proved to be way too costly and we will save a huge amount by phasing it out.
440 Denyse Robillard Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please sign a deal that will save taxpayers like myself millions of dollars.
439 Jennifer Mills Toronto Oct 19, 2017
438 Kathryn Eyre Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
437 Carolyn Crozier Fergus Oct 19, 2017
436 Charles Faust Thunderbay Oct 19, 2017
435 Sam Zhu Ajax Oct 19, 2017
434 Ben Ball Toronto Oct 19, 2017
433 Lorraine Cote Hamilton Oct 19, 2017
432 Shelley Coulson Bobcaygeon Oct 19, 2017
431 Larry Dobson Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
430 George Hoo Oct 19, 2017
429 Glenna Burns Bobcaygeon Oct 19, 2017
428 Sarah Margolius Toronto Oct 19, 2017
427 Toyoko Rudmin Kingston Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We cannot take any risk operating nuclear power plants. Our future and children's and grand children's future depends on you. It's time to move away from nuclear power to readily available Quebec hydro.
426 Anne Leonard Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please do it now!
425 Susan Brown Almonte Oct 19, 2017
424 Giuliana Katz Toronto Oct 19, 2017
423 David Smiley Toronto Oct 19, 2017
422 Allan Greenbaum Toronto Oct 19, 2017
421 Elisabeth Hart Oshawa Oct 19, 2017
420 Marjorie Stoughton Pickering Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Seems far safer and more environmentally sensible than pursuing power from rebuilt reactors at the Darlington Nuclear Station.
419 David Cohlmeyer Thornton Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please let me know the reason for the hesitation.
418 Judith Nagata Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I have already written to Ms Wynne at least twice on this issue, but neither she nor her minions have had the courtesy to respond. I endorse this proposition, so why don't you take your citizens more seriously. Stop stalling on hydro power, and scrap the dangerous, inefficient nuclear plans like so many other countries are doing (eg France, Germany, US--2 near Bosotn-- and even Japan!)
417 Kathy Garneau Hamilton Oct 19, 2017 Let's make a deal to buy power from Quebec. This is a great idea I support
416 Sharon Cruise Pickering, ON Oct 19, 2017
415 Pierre Bouchard Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear energy is a dead end for life on this planet. It would be wise to stop our nuclear power plants from operating as soon as possible. They were a bad decision from the get go based on false promises. Premier Wynne I think that you are a good leader for this province, please base your decision on the long term for Ontarians, not the short term for the nuke gang. Thank you.
414 Geoff Bowie Toronto Oct 19, 2017
413 Mike Kirkby Toronto Oct 19, 2017
412 David Simpson Oshawa Oct 19, 2017
411 Doug Dent Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Nuclear is not the direction to take. Nuclear waste storage is not something the province should be facilitating other than dealing with our current mess. Subsidizing nuclear is not in the best interests of the people of this province.
410 Harry King Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
409 LYNN JACKLIN Whitby Oct 19, 2017
408 Sylvia Przychodzki Oct 19, 2017
407 Mohan Kumar Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
406 Maggie Robertson Toronto Oct 19, 2017
405 Kathy Thorpe Mississauga Oct 19, 2017
404 Carol Trainor Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is time to stop pouring money down the non insurable nuclear hole.
403 May Harvey Apsley Oct 19, 2017
402 Rino Rondinone Pickering Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And close Pickering too.
401 Jeremy Mendes Oct 19, 2017
400 Susan Welisch Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. No nuclear project has ever been on budget. It is horrifically expensive and produces waste that will last many lifetimes. It is in fact the exact definition of unsustainable: using the power now and leaving the waste for later generations to deal with. I don't have enough time here to go over all the reasons the waste is a bad idea, but briefly we have to store it transport it and find a way to store it in the long term. And we don't really know if it will be safe buried deep in the Canadian Shield. We make assumptions about how it can be stored. But we made assumptions about how much ice could build up on hydro lines and we were wrong and we got an ice storm. There are some things we just shouldn't do for sustainability and safety reasons. If we have an inexpensive alternative we should take it and relegate nuclear energy to a previous time when it seemed like a good option but that we have outgrown. I applaud your government's closure of the coal plants - I have asthma and its great not to have smog days anymore. Let's now take the next step for our economy, environment and health and shut the doors on nuclear. You did it once with coal. You can do it again.
399 Robert Gri Whitby Oct 19, 2017
398 Kathryn Penwill Toronto Oct 19, 2017
397 Patrick Speissegger Dundas Oct 19, 2017
396 Karen Dyer Pickering Oct 19, 2017
395 Rosie Maronese Oct 19, 2017
394 Brent O'Brien Pickering Oct 19, 2017
393 Kelly Clune Orillia Oct 19, 2017 You have the power to secure a smart deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than the current nuclear agenda you are supporting. PLEASE take action now to move away from nuclear energy and help to create a better environment and a stronger financial future for Ontarians.
392 Ashley Jung North York Oct 19, 2017
391 BoB Crosby Hopeville. , ON Oct 19, 2017
390 Penny Sandvold Whitby Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why don't we show some common sense here and do the right thing. Please listen and take heed from concerned citizens. Thank you for taking the time to read this. All the best, Penny
389 Carolyn Naftel Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't understand what possible reason there could be to pass up Quebec's offer of cheaper hydropower instead of an expensive nuclear rebuild which is almost certain to go over budget. It is hard not to feel that Ontario Power Generation is in charge of the province rather than our elected representatives. Please sign a deal with Quebec for cheaper power.
388 Jane Reid Toronto Oct 19, 2017
387 Robert Carson Niagara-on-the-Lake Oct 19, 2017
386 Brian Siebert North Bay Oct 19, 2017
385 Therese Stukel Toronto Oct 19, 2017
384 David Walton Owen Sound Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.We need to stop producing nuclear waste that is toxic forever
383 Brian Knoll Toronto Oct 19, 2017
382 Gerhard Wolfel Pickering Oct 19, 2017
381 Denis Beaulieu Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
380 marion clements Lansdowne Oct 19, 2017
379 berndina schut Burlington Oct 19, 2017
378 Paul Whittaker Gilmour Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I do not support the extension of dangerous nuclear rebuilds. If a Chernobyl, Fukushima, Whinscale, Three mile Island type accident happened how many Hydro customers would you loose and how would Toronto evecuate them? Why does the nuclear industry get away with low balling the estimates while costs go through the roof?
377 Eugenie Low Montreal Oct 19, 2017
376 Howard Satov Toronto Oct 19, 2017
375 Sandra Greaves-Doyle Tamworth Oct 19, 2017
374 Vickie Danby Pickering Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do and will leave a better Ontario for my grandchildren and yours.
373 Clyde Smith Gormley Oct 19, 2017
372 Hart Jansson Oakville Oct 19, 2017 Let's stop subsidizing the nuclear industry (yes, we know they have a powerful lobby and make lots of political donations), and start making the right decisions for the people of Ontario. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
371 Gerry Graham Newmarket Oct 19, 2017
370 Antonio Wa Toronto Oct 19, 2017
369 Graham Flint Campbellville Oct 19, 2017
368 RICARDO PATRO Toronto Oct 19, 2017
367 Rich Krechowicz Oshawa Oct 19, 2017
366 stuart burgess lion's head Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. have said this before and will say it again. No to nuclear refurbishing and yes to already-existing water (hydro!) power.
365 Stephen Woloshyn KINGSTON Oct 19, 2017
364 Linda Willson Gore Bay Oct 19, 2017
363 Beryl Harris Youngs Point Oct 19, 2017
362 Donna Dilschneider Lion's Head Oct 19, 2017 For the love of god, why would you not make this deal? Makes waaaaaaay more sense than what you’re doing now. What’s stopping you?
361 Jean Veronneau Pickering Oct 19, 2017
360 Chandler Davis Toronto Oct 19, 2017
359 Joanne Spence St. Catharines Oct 19, 2017
358 Allan Briesmaster Thornhill Oct 19, 2017
357 Jan Hartgerink Kingston Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Artificially lowering prices through a subsidy repayable down the road makes no sense. Buying electricity that is cheaper and safer makes more financial sense to me.
356 William Peel Milford Oct 19, 2017
355 Ruth Perkins Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't get it. Why are you spending toooooo much on nuclear when affordable and much safer hydro power is available? I mean really, what is going on here!
354 Jean Fleming Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
353 Archie Ferguson Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. With its shameful record of wasting billions upon billions of taxpayers' hard-earned dollars, the Liberal party of Ontario is set to decisively lose the next election. If for no other reason than to try to stay in office, please do the right thing and cancel the abominably wasteful Darlington refurbishment, and sign a Quebec hydro deal.
352 Brian Ross Ashley Toronto Oct 19, 2017
351 M Robinson Oct 19, 2017
350 Pawel Niznik Pickering Oct 19, 2017
349 Mark Taylor Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
348 Bill Bachellier Grafton Oct 19, 2017
347 Kim Barnes Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I've emailed you about this exact subject. Save Ontarian's money and make a deal with Quebec Power. Be smart. Thank you
346 William Mennie Carp Oct 19, 2017
345 Carla Wong Toronto Oct 19, 2017
344 Craig Murray Windsor Oct 19, 2017
343 Ej Hongoh Toronto Oct 19, 2017
342 Alice Rodd Wasaga Beach Oct 19, 2017
341 Lynda McMurtrie North York Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The present situation where you’re claiming to be saving us money but it’s costing us in the long run is ridiculous!
340 Michael Caldwell Toronto Oct 19, 2017
339 anthony wilson Toronto Oct 19, 2017
338 John Liss Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's way better than staying with expensive-to-refurbish and dangerous nuclear.
337 Rosanne Iland Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I absolutely support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I absolutely do not agree with the sale of Ontario's Hydro or with refurbishing Darlington.
336 Irma Geggie Toronto Oct 19, 2017
335 Dave Connell Huntsville Oct 19, 2017
334 Irene Reyes Brampton Oct 19, 2017
333 Avace Barrie Southampton Oct 19, 2017
332 Ashok Kumar Ajax Oct 19, 2017
331 Colleen McLaren Ajax Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is the right thing to do.
330 Trevor Moo SCARBOROUGH Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do & might be a 2018 election winner.
329 Bill Cameron Kenora Oct 19, 2017
328 Thomas Dontsos Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
327 Don Goodfellow Westport Oct 19, 2017
326 Fred McNutt North Bay Oct 19, 2017
325 robin comolli harrington Oct 19, 2017
324 John Wood Aurora Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please take the time to listen to us on this subject.., Thanks John wood
323 eugene schwetz Waterdown Oct 19, 2017
322 Oliver Drerup Carp, Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Why does it take so long to make a sound decision? This is obvious and something many people have been telling a series of Ontario Governments. For heaven sake do the right thing here. Thank you.
321 Joan Grant Minden Oct 19, 2017
320 John Rivière-Anderson Oct 19, 2017
319 Patti Maurice Guelph Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
318 Aurele Gill Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
317 Karen Treleaven Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
316 Patrick Gibbons Southampton Oct 19, 2017
315 Franziska Nonnenmann Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This is a much better solution period and common sense
314 Linda Gearing Collingwood Oct 19, 2017
313 Mary Mullin Toronto Oct 19, 2017
312 christine walker welland Oct 19, 2017
311 Glen Moore North Bay Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. To add to the boilerplate - seriously WTF are you doing?
310 Mary L McKeen Shelburne Oct 19, 2017
309 Feisel Haji Etobicoke Oct 19, 2017
308 Bob Nye Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
307 edward gagnon Oct 19, 2017
306 Maria Kastellitz Forest. ON Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's also the RIGHT THING TO DO....THE COST OF NUCLEAR IN HEALTH AND ENERGY...IS SOOOOO HIGH....WE, THE PEOPLE, ARE BEING ABUSED ( for want of using a more derogatory word) BY THE NUCLEAR POWER COMPANY!!!! Maria Kastellitz
305 edward resmini concord, on Oct 19, 2017
304 Don Smith Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
303 robert mcfarland Peterborough Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
302 Steve Yessie Guelph Oct 19, 2017
301 Evelyn Gigantes Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
300 Pascaline Phillips Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Sinking our money into dangerous, expensive and out-moded energy systems - such as nuclear - makes no sense at all.
299 Jerry Weller Yarker Oct 19, 2017
298 Edward Kuhar Kemptville Oct 19, 2017
297 Karen Carriere Oct 19, 2017
296 Glen Woolner Kitchener Oct 19, 2017
295 Astrata Barber Toronto Oct 19, 2017
294 Elizabeth Keenan Toronto5 Oct 19, 2017
293 Liliana Bertolotti Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Please do what is in the interest of the people of Ontario instead of the nuclear power companies.
292 Ian Robertson Mississauga Oct 19, 2017
291 Christopher Jarvis collingwood Oct 19, 2017
290 chris Winter Toronto Oct 19, 2017
289 janie poyton hamilton Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Darlington is a money pit that we DON'T need
288 Grace Drigo Toronto Oct 19, 2017
287 Lex MacCrimmon Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I do NOT support nuclear power options.
286 Jane Rucchetto Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please do the right thing, that will keep us safe, lower our costs and help protect our environment. Thank you.
285 Sharon Blom Eden Mills Oct 19, 2017
284 Yanlong Li Pickering Oct 19, 2017
283 Larry Mittelstaedt Ajax Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Absolutely and no question about it.
282 Deborah OConnor Cobourg Oct 19, 2017
281 Anne Rucchetto Toronto Oct 19, 2017
280 Arthur Forer Willowdale Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't know why you haven't done this long ago. I am disappointed that you continue to rebuild nuclear, with expensive overruns, rather than go with Quebec Hydro.
279 Maureen Teixeira Mississauga Oct 19, 2017
278 Stephen Van Bruwaene Waterloo Oct 19, 2017
277 Ross Taccone Toronto Oct 19, 2017
276 Sue Dalton Mississauga Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Seems where common sense prevails to the taxpayers, the Liberal Government can't recognize it. Keep on taxing the hard-working taxpayers of Ontario and charging us more for electricity, which also negatively impacts the economy, and you will see the small and medium sized businesses leave town for greener pastures and tax incentives. The legacy of this and previous Liberal governments in Ontario is one of excessive spending, no transparency, accountability, and lack of understanding of the critical issues and their positions as "public servants". Once you lose the next election and your jobs, the winning party may be forced to implement a heavy tax against your personal income and the incomes of the rest of the MPP's, MP's and members of your party in order to partly recover the wasted billions of dollars on so many projects under your leadership and jurisdiction for so many years. Perhaps removing the benefit and pension packages you each receive would also add to the taxpayers' coffers. You are kidding no one with this "lower hydro bills" action you have taken. We know that you have once again put taxpayers on notice that four years from now, or before, our hydro bills will skyrocket beyond affordability. "You can fool some of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time." Do your duty and make the best deal for Ontario taxpayers or you will deal with us at the ballot box.
275 Rocco Bernard Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Not to mention keeping the revenue in Canada.The profits associated with repair and on going maintenance go out of the country since Nuclear station contractors are based mostly south of the border. . If ontario can provide cheaper,cleaner and more cost effective energy while supporting Canadian business it seems like a no brainer. I wonder what incentives are being offered by the US based companies to maintain the status quo. I would highly recommend the Ontario government research the money flow, given the Wynne govt record.
274 Jeremy Anger Kingston Oct 19, 2017
273 Franz Hartmann Toronto Oct 19, 2017
272 Laurel Toews Toronto Oct 19, 2017
271 Steve Spring Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Reduce the dependency on continually cost over budgeted, fuel disposal inadequate, inefficient, and dangerous nuclear power. We can do without it. Think about your future generations. Steve Spring
270 Fleurette Burak StCatharines Oct 19, 2017
269 Fred Larsen Orillia Oct 19, 2017
268 Janice Howell London Oct 19, 2017
267 Gabriel Rucchetto Toronto Oct 19, 2017
266 Douglas Bagguley Prescott Oct 19, 2017
265 Julie Rutishauser Pickering Oct 19, 2017
264 Vincenzo Gentile Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Vincenzo Gentile, P.Eng.
263 Elizabeth Whelan Toronto Oct 19, 2017
262 Doug Parker Oct 19, 2017
261 Kelly Smith Guelph Oct 19, 2017
260 Leah Rucchetto Toronto Oct 19, 2017 Please make the right, smart, future-oriented decision for your Ontario constituents - choose to make a deal with Quebec. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
259 Larry M Roy Toronto Oct 19, 2017
258 Hannah-Maria Ma London Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Quebec is our neighbour. This would not only assist our province but also the province of Quebec and as a federation, this is a win win. Pragmatism should take precedent as we spiral in the energy sector and how it impacts Canadians environmentally and economically.
257 Patricia Adolph Oct 19, 2017
256 Ed Fiedler Austin Oct 19, 2017
255 Deborah Huntley Toronto Oct 19, 2017
254 Mike Gorczewski Ajax Oct 19, 2017
253 craig simpson dundas Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The cost of rebuilding CANDU reactors at Bruce and Darlington is so high as to be absurd. One absurdity must breed another - and this is why we see such tricks by both the Wynne Govt , OPG, and Bruce Power to try to position the cost of nuclear electricity as being affordable. There is however one problem - the "emperor truly has no clothes". Tell Wynne to put some clothes on - winter is coming, she will need to dress warmly - especially if she heats with electricity. Craig Simpson
252 Ann Sutton Carrying Place Oct 19, 2017
251 Nick Di Stefano Oct 19, 2017
250 stan kozak guelph Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This will reduce costs and eliminate the problem of generating more nuclear waste. So let's win-win-Wynne!
249 Pete Roulston Havelock Oct 19, 2017
248 Fred Brailey Orangeville Oct 19, 2017
247 P. Reed Oct 19, 2017
246 DONALD Pelletier TORONTO Oct 19, 2017
245 Carl Emmerson Nobleton Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. There can be no plausible and justification for not doing so . In the interest of Ontario taxpayers you can not do otherwise!
244 Bob Stuart Oct 19, 2017 I'm thinking of moving back to Ontario, but I'm loath to use nuclear power.
243 Dianne Tubman Kingston Oct 19, 2017
242 Sal Parisi Toronto Oct 19, 2017
241 David Jakubiec Newmarket Oct 19, 2017
240 Rob Norquay Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Let's invest in technologies that don't rely on nuclear materials that so far there is no 100% solution for storage have been found.
239 Joan Parker Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
238 Janice McQuay Mindemoya Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I simply can't understand the government's reluctance to buy Quebec hydro. We are so lucky to have cheap hydro electricity next door, and we aren't taking advantage of the opportunity, instead pouring hundreds of millions into nuclear refurbishment when old plants like Pickering should be decommissioned.
237 Gwyneth Fatemi Toronto Oct 19, 2017
236 Dan Maitland Guelph Oct 19, 2017
235 Lucy Laframboise Thunder Bay Oct 19, 2017
234 Cliff Sambrook Pickering Oct 19, 2017
233 Mary Lou Hamilton Kingston Oct 19, 2017
232 Darlene Buckingham Tory Hill Oct 19, 2017
231 Leslie Warren Barrie Oct 19, 2017
230 Christina Leonard Toronto Oct 19, 2017
229 Phil Martyn St thomas Oct 19, 2017
228 Gerry Cuccio Etobicoke Oct 19, 2017
227 Emily Clark Pickering Oct 19, 2017
226 Ann Truyens Oro-Medonte Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Quebec recently offered to supply Ontario with clean renewable energy at a cost of just 5 cents per kilowatt hour for the next 20 years. That is less than one-third of Ontario Power Generation’s projected price for power from rebuilt reactors at the Darlington Nuclear Station: 16.5 cents per kWh. And with inevitable cost overruns, it will climb even higher. Already, the first stage of the Darlington project is vastly over budget. Of course, no nuclear project in Ontario’s history has ever been finished on time or on budget. Meanwhile, Quebec is guaranteeing power year-round at an incredibly attractive price. By taking Quebec up on its offer, we could reduce our electricity costs by more than $12 billion over the next 20 years. Please make a deal with Quebec. It’s the sensible solution to meeting our energy needs.
225 stewart neely TIVERTON Oct 19, 2017
224 Michelle Johnson Toronto Oct 19, 2017 Nuclear rebuilds are dangerous, creating a horror for future generations. We phased out coal, now let's phase out Nuclear. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
223 Hugh Campbell Brockville Oct 19, 2017 I HEARTILY support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk! It's the smart thing to do.
222 susan smith Toronto Oct 19, 2017
221 John Shadbolt Acton Oct 19, 2017
220 Doug Pritchard Toronto ON Oct 19, 2017
219 S Benmosché Lion's Head Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please close Darlington, Bruce Nuclear and any other nuclear generating plants I am unfamiliar with as soon as possible. They are uneconomic, dirty, dangerous, high risk and obsolete technology.
218 Stephen Graham Lanark Oct 19, 2017
217 Vincent St. Jean Pickering Oct 19, 2017
216 colleen wagner toronto Oct 19, 2017
215 Rick Bradshaw Pembroke Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I don't understand the reluctance to take what seems to be an obvious step in providing lower cost electricity to the Province of Ontario. When you factor in the lifetime cost of Nuclear energy, with the dangers and expense of dealing with the waste, it is becoming increasingly clear that this is not the most prudent option. Thank you, Rick Bradshaw Pembroke, Ont.
214 Sandy McComb South Haven Oct 19, 2017
213 kaitlin gallant Oct 19, 2017
212 Karen Fan Pickering Oct 19, 2017
211 Michael Stewart Toronto Oct 19, 2017
210 Jerzy Niedojadlo Ajax, Ontario Oct 19, 2017
209 Bill Gibbons Frankville Oct 19, 2017
208 Pattie Freeman Pickering Oct 19, 2017
207 S J Lenko Oct 19, 2017
206 Helga Kostiak Cannington Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the wise thing to do. I'd rather put some money into developing renewable, sustainable sources of power than waste it on nuclear energy.
205 Marta Bogdan Pickering Oct 19, 2017
204 Eva Kushner Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do for ecological and ethical reasons...
203 Diane Shears Toronto Oct 19, 2017
202 Fred Nanos Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
201 Eric Gray Ajax Oct 19, 2017
200 R L Lennon Oct 19, 2017
199 Judi Poulson Fairmont Oct 19, 2017
198 Douglas Breckman Scarborough Oct 19, 2017
197 Tamara Bernstein Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please stop pouring public money into Darlington and other superannuated nuclear power plants which at best leave toxic legacies for millenia.
196 David Love Ajax Oct 19, 2017
195 Ellen Tolmie Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I demand an end to the phone accounting tricks to hide the real, mounting costs of providing electricity in this province. I also condemn the unwillingness to tackle the underlying issues related to continuing to fund nuclear power: the moneyed interest on the one hand and the nuclear industry union on the other. The latter MUST be addressed to move away from nuclear power and the only way to do this is to ensure these highly trained workers are transitioned into the sustainable energy sector. The combination of addressing these issues might actually be an election winner .... game-playing with accounts and pandering and the province's long-term safety won't. Sincerely,
194 David Mazur-Goulet Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
193 Karim Lakha Pickering Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please close down the Pickering Nuclear Plant.
192 Reg McQuaid Toronto Oct 19, 2017
191 Derek Greensides London Oct 19, 2017
190 Krystina Gray Ajax Oct 19, 2017
189 Jay Fishe Toronto Oct 19, 2017
188 David Bergart Thornhill Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Your government's creative accounting tricks have been discussed in the current Auditors report. Your government is not even follow current accepting accounting practices. If time to stop the sham...changing the amortization periods of our current Hydro One debt is a short term short sited move that will burden our future with massive interest payments. Make a deal with Quebec Hydro to supply enough energy to stop the rebuild of Darlington Nuclear and create a real savings of over $12 billion. Use the next twenty years to transition to more sustainable energy sources. Your move to stop using coal to generate electricity was a move in the right direction. Now its time to take another bold step. I want a world that we're proud to pass on to our children. Stop your inter-generational theft and finally make the right move. STOP THE INSANITY!
187 Sunil Nijhawan Toronto Oct 19, 2017
186 Andre Patrice Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. STOP your UNCARING ATTITUDE towards Ontario Taxpayers. Compared to 80-85% of us, you're filthy rich. You sure make the NDP look great!
185 Jim MacPhee Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
184 Mark Prier Oct 19, 2017
183 Jonah Danniels Toronto Oct 19, 2017
182 Gail Greer Toronto Oct 19, 2017
181 Susand Schellenberg Toronto Oct 19, 2017
180 Jody Timpany Woodstock Oct 19, 2017 Buy low cost green energy now and let the people sleep better!
179 Norma Dreossi Dundas Oct 19, 2017
178 Jessie Li Oct 19, 2017
177 Ken MacKay Rockwood Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And I would like an explanation to show why Ontario must stick to nuclear. Ken
176 Ben Manthorpe Cobourg Oct 19, 2017
175 Laura Enneson Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Electricity belongs to the public. Keep it in the public sector.
174 Karina Maynard Toronto Oct 19, 2017
173 Suzanne Carter Kitchener Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. We should be working together. Absolutely!
172 Philip Richards Toronto Oct 19, 2017
171 Saskia Tomkins Baltimore Oct 19, 2017
170 Shihab Zaman-Apu Pickering Oct 19, 2017
169 George Raposo Ajax Oct 19, 2017
168 Ric Coronado Windsor Oct 19, 2017
167 Edward Barrett Pickering Oct 19, 2017
166 David Herzig Toronto Oct 19, 2017
165 Clarke Hamel Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 Nuclear energy is like the tar sands: a massive public fraud. Without huge royalty dodges and public subsidies, neither industry would still exist. Plus we will still be stuck with the billions of dollars needed to shut them down or decommission them. No win here. Just a public funds and contamination sink hole.
164 Bruna Nota Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And start seriously phasing out nuclear power!
163 Twyla Meyer 244 Hickory Ave. Oct 19, 2017
162 Kim Lichty Brights Grove Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Supporting coal energy is counter environmental support.
161 Tom Cullen Toronto Oct 19, 2017
160 Eleanor Prendergast Oshawa Oct 19, 2017
159 Arthur ANGUS TORONTO Oct 19, 2017
158 Brian REid Brockville Oct 19, 2017
157 Patrick Crawford London Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Get legislation done to reduce the irrational wind and solar power premiums, to a REASONABLE profit margin to private contractors. Void law suites, in law. PLEASE STOP these nuclear money pits, and look to newer designs on nuclear technology for safe use. Fusion is a thing, using molten sodium self-limiting reactors!!!(NOT pumped heavy water and in using 'exhausted' fission material!) FYI... IF just a 1000-3000 meters down anywhere on earth the temperature is such that ground source thermodynamics or actual (water) steam can be generated WHY isn't geothermal harvesting of this FREE energy not a 'thing' here today? Mines go down further than that all over Ontario. FYI... IF Tesla had 700 patents, and demonstrated FREE energy (coming from the rotation of the earth, in a magnetic field) WHY have 'we' not raced to research this exhaustively at our world class engineering universities? (A: Ontario Hydro, Gas Utilities, BIG OIL would be made redundant, eventually... and ALL that tax revenue.) Shame! Shame...
156 david kraus Wheatley Oct 19, 2017
155 Alyson Parker Ajax Oct 19, 2017
154 Allan Titus Toronto Oct 19, 2017
153 Louise Plumley Newmarket Oct 19, 2017
152 Dorothy Parshall Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Any and all money spent on nuclear plants is a waste and contributes to endangering the public, both now and far into the future.
151 katie fullerton toronto Oct 19, 2017
150 Kathy Dearing Oct 19, 2017
149 Keith Hay Haliburton Oct 19, 2017
148 annie milne kingston Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I joined the Liberal Party just to support Sophie Kawala and yourself so please dont let me down in making the right decision here
147 Ed Shields Neebing Oct 19, 2017
146 Margaret Dantas Oct 19, 2017
145 Beatrice Deveau Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I want you to STOP subsidizing dangerous nuclear power with my tax dollars.
144 Marion Watkins Godfrey Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk than your nuclear plans. I voted Liberal in the past and would like to do so again but your support for nuclear plants and refurbishment at an outlandish cost is causing me to doubt the wisdom of supporting Liberals again. I hope you are not worried about losing support of the nuclear industry - people of Ontario are more important.
143 Joanne Pellis Pickering Oct 19, 2017
142 James Paolatto Windsor Oct 19, 2017
141 Sandra Stuart ajax Oct 19, 2017
140 Glen Oliver Pickering Oct 19, 2017
139 Robert Azzopardi Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Are you going to be responsible for the nuclear waste for the next million years. Come clean with Ontario citizens and show them the real cost of your insane nuclear policies. I urgently request that you scrap your plans for nuclear and get on with providing citizens with clean energy as many other countries have and are in the process of doing. You are way behind the times. If you lack forsight and are unable to see a sustainable future please resign and let peoole with vision run the province.
138 al kalvik toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I would also ask the Ontario Government to work with OEB to cease penalizing energy conserving households (i.e. 200 kWh/month), the current business model of Toronto Hydro charges (in total cost) as much as 100% more for each kWh consumed by an energy conserving household (200 kWh/month), compared to a typical household (i.e. 1000 kWh/month)... If that is not possible, please organize an entity similar to the CRTC which would look out for the rights of households in the setting of energy prices... I SUGGEST AN EQUAL CHARGE PER kWh FOR ALL USERS, THIS WOULD ELIMINATE THE PRESENT PENALTIES TARGETING ENERGY CONSERVING CUSTOMERS.... Energy conservation is a GOOD thing for the society, not something that should be penalized.
137 Leslie Chin Toronto, Ontario, Canada Oct 19, 2017
136 Dennise Buckley Toronto Oct 19, 2017
135 Omeed Neekon Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Ontario must close the old and dangerous Pickering Nuclear Station when its licence expires in 2018.
134 E Thankrad Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. FURTHERMORE LET'S LEARN FROM CHERNOBYL , FUKUSHIMA AND MANY MORE NUCLEAR REACTORS ACCIDENTS. HUMILITY WILL MOTIVATE US NOT TO REPEAT PREVIOUS MISTAKES THAT CAUSE AND HAVE CAUSED LIVES, SUFFERING, CANCER, NUCLEAR WASTE DILEMMA, WATER CONTAMINATION, RUINING THE PLANET WITH UNKNOWN CENTURIES OF NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES. EVEN IF THERE WERE ADVANTAGES, WHICH THERE AREN'T, THESE REASONS ALONE SHOULD MAKE US STEER AWAY FROM NUCLEAR ENERGY FOR THE SAKE OF THE PLANET AND ALL KINDS OF LIFE THAT LIVES ON IT.
133 Eduardo Diconca Toronto Oct 19, 2017
132 chad hayter Alvinston Oct 19, 2017
131 Janet Berketa Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
130 Luc Tremblay Toronto Oct 19, 2017
129 Brian Danniels Toronto Oct 19, 2017
128 Elaine Davidson Courtice Oct 19, 2017
127 Bill Cowan Oct 19, 2017
126 Carolyn Chapman Kingston Oct 19, 2017
125 Donna Jennison Guelph Oct 19, 2017
124 Carol Camilleri Toronto Oct 19, 2017
123 Gerry Fielding Pickering Oct 19, 2017 Nuclear waste is the deal-breaker for me! It leaves dangerous material on the planet for centuries. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Gerry Fielding
122 Godfrey OWEN BURLINGTON Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do Do not lumber the future generations with financial burdens which are totally unnecessary. Take a risk - you can win an election if you try!
121 Thomas Ackermann forest Oct 19, 2017
120 Sonny Wong York Oct 19, 2017
119 Max Izod Toronto Oct 19, 2017 Hi there, I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. Please start phasing out dangerous energy (Nuclear) in favour of greener renewable solutions (water/wind/solar). It's the smart thing to do.
118 Cynthia Elson Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please take this message to heart.
117 Jane Taylor Oct 19, 2017
116 Bruno Costabiel Toronto Oct 19, 2017
115 Philipp Fisch Toronto Oct 19, 2017
114 Hanna Dodwell Kingston, ON Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. WHAT IS HOLDING YOU BACK? I VOTED FOR A PRAGMATIC, SENSIBLE WOMAN - I THOUGHT - WHERE IS SHE NOW?!
113 Eleanor Grant Waterloo Oct 19, 2017
112 Sarah Fine Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
111 Mieke Foster Toronto Oct 19, 2017
110 Elisabeth Ecker Oct 19, 2017
109 Elizabeth Facchini Pickering Oct 19, 2017
108 Sue Cote Pickering Oct 19, 2017
107 Rose Dyson Toronto Oct 19, 2017
106 Debbie Anderson Toronto Oct 19, 2017
105 William Prettie Highgate Oct 19, 2017
104 Caroline Sevilla Oct 19, 2017
103 Ravi Gupta Thorndale Oct 19, 2017
102 Linda Gasser Whitby Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Stop costly Darlington Refurbishment. The Global news reports that came out last week are hardly confidence inspiring. The Province is already heavily indebted and the excessive costs of electricity -mostly due to nuclear power generation - are hurting citizens and our economy and then there is the risk of operating nuclear reactors in a heavily populated area..
101 Richard Ireland Innisfil Oct 19, 2017
100 Philip Kienholz Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
99 Ed Thomson Pickering Oct 19, 2017
98 Jane Martin Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. From your saying in the election campaign that privatizing Ontario Hydro was a bad idea and you wouldn't do it, then turning around once elected and doing just that, to, now, not telling the truth about how we and out children are the ones who will be paying for our own pate cuts making them not really cuts at all; to being equally dishonest to the auditor general, you have been messing up on the Hydro file. If you take up the Quebec offer and get out of nuclear power you just might regain our support. Otherwise you won't be forgiven. We just aren't that stupid.
97 David Arthur Kitchener Oct 19, 2017
96 Simon Chan Whitby Oct 19, 2017
95 Don Rudiak Markham Oct 19, 2017
94 Bill Foster East Gwillimbury Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Further investments in nuclear energy is just kicking the can down the road. We still have to deal with further cost overruns and even worse, disposal of nuclear waste. The cost for safe disposal of this waste is yet to be fully known. We are far better off with Hydro and Green energy. Use any excess electricity to create hydrogen. Hydrogen can be stored and turned into energy when required using fuel cells. If we spent the money being wasted on Darlington on green energy, and co-operated with China, we could be one of the world leaders in Green energy.
93 Janet Dunkley Caesarea Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. PLEASE....let's think ahead and protect the next generation. It's time to stop short sighted and SELFISH ways of existing on this beautiful planet.
92 Sreekanth Toleti Ajax Oct 19, 2017
91 Christina Nagy-Oh Town of Aurora Oct 19, 2017
90 Colleen Green Port Perry Oct 19, 2017
89 Louisa O'Reilly Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Could not say it better. L.O"R
88 Harry Smaller Toronto Oct 19, 2017
87 Dave Fleming Sharon Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Thankyou, Dave Fleming
86 ed file marysville Oct 19, 2017
85 Peter Ricci Toronto Oct 19, 2017
84 William Le Maitre Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. AND, more importantly, I've done a lot of research and it is clear to me that Nuclear Power, as it's produced now, is not future proof and not worth it. Especially so in that there is a relatively clean alternative. thanks, William
83 Pauline Thornham Brampton Oct 19, 2017
82 Darryl McMahon Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. The smarter thing to do is stop burning Ontario taxpayer and ratepayer money on OPG's altar to their nuclear idol. As taxpayers and ratepayers we can't afford nuclear fission for electricity generation in the short or medium term. As humans, we can't afford the inevitable consequences in the long term. Time to cut our losses on nuclear generation and create a new Ontario-based industry in nuclear generation decommissioning and clean-up, which we will be able to export to other nations within a decade. As a former administrator for the Canadian Nuclear Liability Act (1980-1986), I know something about the nuclear fission industry, and outcomes related to it. Then, really make a commitment (not just a media release) encouraging Conservation First. Ontarians are making this move in small steps, but real incentives (more than SaveON coupons) would really step up the shift. Conservation should also include broad adoption of measures like super-off-peak rates and free charging for plug-in vehicles during these times province-wide - not just in small pilot areas. (I'm a long time EV owner and policy wonk, so I would be happy to tell you how to implement this pretty painlessly, leveraging on the provincial smart meters program.) Finally, continue to encourage additional generation from renewable resources like small and run-of-river hydro, solar, wind and waste biomass, and support them with our existing hydraulic storage capacity and new battery-based (including flow batteries) distributed storage which will make for a more resilient grid, building on Smart Grid capabilities. This could be extended even to household level storage, aligned with the emergency measures maxim of being prepared for 3 days in the event of large scale emergencies. There are real opportunities for Ontario's energy landscape available to us, including hy...
81 Frank Rabzel Oct 19, 2017
80 Larry Schmidt Toronto Oct 19, 2017
79 Judy Sumner Capreol Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This would enable Ontario to shut down aging nuclear plants, saving taxpayers money and reducing the stockpiling of dangerous,radioactive heavy metals.
78 Robert Betcher Perth Oct 19, 2017
77 Cathy Cripps Guelph Oct 19, 2017
76 Faris Rashid Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
75 lillian parkinson ajax Oct 19, 2017
74 Chris Faiers Marmora Oct 19, 2017
73 wendy Leigh-Bell Oct 19, 2017
72 MARCEL GUIBORD Clarence-Rockland Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This is a deal that could mean much for the next election but it needs to be done fast.
71 Robin Young Colborne ON Oct 19, 2017
70 Richard Ackerman Pickering Oct 19, 2017
69 Carolynn Fishleigh Penetanguishene Oct 19, 2017
68 M Buckingham Niagara Falls Oct 19, 2017
67 tom ferguson Atlanta Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. No nukes please
66 joan ng Pickering Oct 19, 2017
65 Sarah Mills Brampton Oct 19, 2017
64 Douglas Schieder Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
63 Peter Rodrigues Locust Hill Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I've been saying this for many years. It's pretty obvious. Please don't waste precious tax dollars. Thank you, Peter Rodrigues
62 Devika Arokium Pickering Oct 19, 2017
61 Jan Grofe Scarborough Oct 19, 2017 Come on! Be smart! Be environmental! Save Money! What's not to like?? I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
60 Mary Potter Ridgeville Oct 19, 2017
59 Irene Grainger Lion's Head Oct 19, 2017
58 Sean Meksula London Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. My hydro bills have become so high it makes it difficult to budget from month to month. I am afraid to use my electronics and electric stove so I have been using the bbq to save cost. Hydro costs are out of control and make life very difficult and expensive for lower and middle income to live a good quality of life. Make the change and help Ontario’s people.
57 Liisa North Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I really do not understand why this has not been done already!
56 Wilfred Sorensen Kingston Oct 19, 2017
55 Theresa Quinn Pickering Oct 19, 2017
54 Tim Gordon Oct 19, 2017
53 Farah Aslani Toronto Oct 19, 2017
52 Jane Weeks Gores Landing Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. You're getting a lot of bad press about your electricity decisions over the past few years. Signing up with Quebec would change everything for the positive!
51 John Worts Collingwood Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Please do the right thing and get Ontario back on track.
50 paul kassay crystal beach ON Oct 19, 2017
49 Ruth Pickering Dundas Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. And it is much safer for communities than rebuilt reactors.
48 Lynda Joyce Cofhill Cambridge Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It is time you started listening to your voters! We don't want to be paying the highest rates in Canada for our hydro..... And we don't need to be! Quebec is willing to make a deal....why aren't you? Nuclear power needs to e phased out.....BEFORE a disaster occurs!
47 Maureen Hollingworth Oct 19, 2017
46 Chris Weissflog Merrickville Oct 19, 2017
45 Brewster kneen Ottawa Oct 19, 2017
44 John MacKenzie Toronto Oct 19, 2017
43 Ken Canning Port Perry Oct 19, 2017
42 George Kouniakis London Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
41 Ian Theaker Toronto Oct 19, 2017
40 Greg Allen Hartington Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's time to retire the nukes and get on with renewable and demand management as well as natural gas phaseout.
39 Shaya Petroff Toronto Oct 19, 2017
38 Julie Horrocks Guelph Oct 19, 2017 Dear Premier Wynne, Nuclear energy is not a solution.Burying toxic waste and leaving it for the next generation is untenable, unethical, unbelievably stupid. Please get Ontario OUT of nuclear power. I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
37 Sonja Gehrlicher Windsor Oct 19, 2017
36 David Smorenburg Toronto Oct 19, 2017
35 Darlene Hebert Toronto Oct 19, 2017
34 Victoria Rudiak Markham Oct 19, 2017
33 terry White Pickering Oct 19, 2017
32 Kiel Ardal Burlington Oct 19, 2017
31 Elisabeth Sandner Nanticoke Oct 19, 2017
30 Roger Short Kimberley Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec which is highly cost effective, environmentally sound, reinforces the world-wide trend to conservation and renewable energies while supplying our electricity needs for the foreseeable future. It is the smart thing to do.
29 John Cook Pickering, Ontario Oct 19, 2017
28 Susan Reid Waterloo Oct 19, 2017
27 Mary Raddon Odessa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It would also reduce or eliminate the need for nuclear power plants which pose a terrible danger to us and to future generations. Please do the sensible, economical and safe thing and get our power from Quebec.
26 Sonia Alvarez Toronto Oct 19, 2017
25 Omi Sahota Mississauga Oct 19, 2017
24 Janice Cook Pickering, Ontario Oct 19, 2017
23 Barry Lipton Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Stop subsidizing Nuclear Power. Start with the decommissioning of Darlington - NOW
22 Susan McGrath Oct 19, 2017
21 Louis Natale Toronto Oct 19, 2017
20 William Shore Sutton Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the sane thing to do. Now the Auditor General is slamming the Ontario government for hiding the true costs of our electricity (especially the rebuilding of all of the nuclear plants) . I suppose that even many of our MPP's won't even realise that power from Quebec is far cheaper than Nuclear. Far cleaner than nuclear also, according to Professor Mark Jacobson and colleagues. ;
19 Richard Ehrlich Palgrave Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do, and more cost effective than refurbishing ancient nuclear reactors.
18 Kathryn Langley Peterborough Oct 19, 2017
17 Margrit Eichler Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It will be one of my decisive factors when deciding who to vote for next year.
16 Brendan Howlett Toronto Oct 19, 2017
15 Helen Gerson Ottawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do and it also reduces risks to the environment, the economy and the public.
14 David Hahn Godfrey Oct 19, 2017 I'm a wavering Liberal supporter. I'm really not happy with two recent energy policies of the Ontario government. 1, the decision to sell most of Hydro One and 2. the freeze on large scale renewable energy procurement . I do support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do.
13 Michael Barkley Toronto Oct 19, 2017
12 Robert Bach Toronto Oct 19, 2017
11 Ulrich Menzefricke Toronto Oct 19, 2017 As a member of the Ontario Liberal Party, I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart and environmentally sound thing to do.
10 Richard Duffy Whitby Oct 19, 2017
9 Paul Beauchamp Oct 19, 2017
8 Daniela Vasilko Toronto Oct 19, 2017
7 Patricia Harvie Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I STRONGLY support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. Whatever the political agenda behind the push for nuclear power, it just doesn't make sense when the Quebec option seems so much smarter, safer, more affordable.
6 Robert Bernecky Torronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. This whole deal with OPG and nuclear power station rebuilds smells like typical greed and corruption. If you are honest, and have any integrity, please address the issue of why you think it makes sense to saddle the people of Ontario (who are your employers, after all) with the huge debts of Darlington and other nuclear station rebuilds.
5 Ihor Stebelsky Windsor Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. I also believe additional savings can accrue from decommissioning Darlington Nuclear Power Plant and replacing its load with hydro from Quebec.
4 Sylvain Couture Oshawa Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the only smart thing to do.
3 Matthew Doren Stouffville Oct 19, 2017
2 Angela Bischoff Toronto Oct 19, 2017 I support making a deal with Quebec to meet our electricity needs at a lower cost and lower risk. It's the smart thing to do. It's a win-win-win for the environment, our health and our pocketbook.
1 Jack Gibbons Toronto Oct 19, 2017