Quebec has 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.  In January, 2018 Quebec Hydro signed a deal to supply Massachusetts with enough power to serve one million homes at a price of 3 to 5.3 cents per kWh.  And it repeated that it would be happy to make a similar deal with Ontario. 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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3,575 Einat Rozenblat Vaughan Aug 16, 2019
3,574 Boaz Rozenblat Vaughan Aug 16, 2019
3,573 Jazen Brautigam Newmarket Aug 15, 2019
3,572 william mclauchlin Newmarket Aug 13, 2019
3,571 Mazen Hafez Newmarket Aug 13, 2019
3,570 L Bass Richmond Hill Aug 13, 2019
3,569 Eva Judge toronto Aug 11, 2019
3,568 William Harrison toronto Aug 11, 2019
3,567 Anthony Tran Maple Aug 11, 2019
3,566 Gord Jones Newmarket Aug 10, 2019
3,565 Gordon Jones Newmarket Aug 10, 2019
3,564 Audrey Wong Newmarket Aug 10, 2019
3,563 Kay Hong Aug 10, 2019
3,562 Joseph Yoon Aug 10, 2019
3,561 Glen Kadey Newmarket Aug 10, 2019
3,560 Nadia Sisto Kadey Newmarket Aug 10, 2019
3,559 Katherine Galati Newmarket Aug 09, 2019
3,558 Eliza Parkinson Picton Aug 07, 2019
3,557 Rob York Picton Aug 07, 2019
3,556 Yuri Kvyetko Richmond Hill Aug 06, 2019
3,555 Svitlana Kvyetko Richmond Hill Aug 06, 2019
3,554 Elena Shulman Vaughan Aug 05, 2019
3,553 Benjamin Cook Aug 05, 2019
3,552 Jack Gong Newmarket Aug 02, 2019
3,551 Elizabeth Cowling Aug 01, 2019
3,550 Tino Romano Maple Aug 01, 2019
3,549 Marilyn Bar-Or Dundas Aug 01, 2019
3,548 Hossein Alinejad Toronto Jul 31, 2019
3,547 Sandeep Batra Maple Jul 31, 2019
3,546 Anne Eriksen Toronto Jul 31, 2019
3,545 Gurvinder Singh Maple Jul 30, 2019
3,544 Don Young Toronto, ON Jul 28, 2019
3,543 Fazul haq Rahimi Newmarket Jul 26, 2019
3,542 Sara Amari Newmarket Jul 26, 2019
3,541 Susan Taylor Toronto Jul 26, 2019
3,540 Ramesh Sharma Richmond Hill Jul 26, 2019
3,539 Carolyn Brodeur Newmarket Jul 25, 2019
3,538 amber pulleyblank Toronto Jul 25, 2019
3,537 Elizabeth Block Toronto Jul 24, 2019
3,536 Buaron Moshe Richmond hill Jul 24, 2019
3,535 SEYED AHMAD DORRATOTAJ MAPLE Jul 23, 2019
3,534 Filipe Oliveira Maple Jul 23, 2019
3,533 Alexander Gershkovich Vaughan Jul 23, 2019
3,532 Irene Beinarovics Toronto Jul 23, 2019
3,531 Jafar Hasan Maple Jul 21, 2019
3,530 Rene Ariens Wasaga Beach Jul 21, 2019
3,529 margaret Murray Toronto Jul 20, 2019
3,528 Casey Wildgen Waterloo Jul 19, 2019
3,527 Gordon Doctorow Toronto Jul 19, 2019
3,526 Tara Nazerali Barrie Jul 19, 2019
3,525 Andie Pople Toronto Jul 18, 2019 Please lower my hydro bill by 12% by making a deal with Quebec for low-cost water power. Nuclear power is dangerous and unnecessary!
3,524 John Cooper Waterloo Jul 17, 2019
3,523 Edward Gonsalves Toronto Jul 16, 2019
3,522 David Reid Mitchell Jul 16, 2019
3,521 Valerie Hunt Jul 16, 2019
3,520 Charlotte Butler North Augusta Jul 16, 2019
3,519 Kathleen Adamson Schomberg Jul 16, 2019 Please lower my hydro bill by 12% by making a deal with Quebec for low-cost water power. The provinces need to work together for benefit of all, and as a counterbalance to this federal government. My ultimate worry is the nightmare of longterm maintenance and disposal of nuclear for future generations who will inherit this danger. Thank you.
3,518 Anna Flisfeder Vaughan Jul 16, 2019
3,517 Rupert Crighton Oakville Jul 16, 2019
3,516 Aimee Buchwald Tiny Jul 15, 2019
3,515 Alma Cruise Irwin Port McNicoll Jul 15, 2019
3,514 Cameron Tingley Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,513 Corinne MIntz peterborough Jul 15, 2019
3,512 Ben Dover toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,511 Henry Tensen Kitchener Jul 15, 2019
3,510 Catherine Swing Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,509 Nelly Young Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,508 Wade Johnston Ajax Jul 15, 2019
3,507 Rod Holloway Picton Jul 15, 2019
3,506 Ron Harvie Prescott Jul 15, 2019
3,505 Elaine Edwards Midland Jul 15, 2019
3,504 Roger Brideau Whitby Jul 15, 2019
3,503 Pat Bigras Carleton place Jul 15, 2019
3,502 Renato Pardo Kitchener Jul 15, 2019
3,501 Cara-Lee Coghill Woodstock Jul 15, 2019
3,500 Camla Draven Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,499 Julie Barker Midland Jul 15, 2019
3,498 Jian Yang Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,497 Mei Mei Roche Demorestville Jul 15, 2019
3,496 Christopher Kirouac Selkirk Jul 15, 2019
3,495 Phil Capone Thornhill Jul 15, 2019
3,494 Julie Horrocks Jul 15, 2019
3,493 T Ho Toronto Jul 15, 2019
3,492 herman ruhland north gower Jul 15, 2019
3,491 Noel Macartney Tiny Jul 14, 2019
3,490 Rey Toala Vaughan Jul 14, 2019
3,489 Eugene Druker Vaughan Jul 13, 2019
3,488 Mohammad Safari Maple Jul 12, 2019
3,487 William Blaxley Toronto Jul 12, 2019
3,486 Karla Orantes Toronto Jul 12, 2019
3,485 Ewa Lipsztajn Toronto Jul 11, 2019
3,484 Neli Tavasouly Toronto Jul 11, 2019
3,483 Roger Nault Oshawa Jul 10, 2019
3,482 Jacqueline Peeters Toronto Jul 10, 2019
3,481 Heidi LAST Vaughan Jul 09, 2019
3,480 Russ Kitteringham Jul 07, 2019
3,479 Joyce Zhang Markham Jul 06, 2019
3,478 Paul Wu Unionville Jul 06, 2019
3,477 Elnaz Seyed Imani Newmarket Jul 05, 2019
3,476 Soheil Namdari Jul 05, 2019