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Stop the polluting Hamilton pipeline

Enbridge Gas is seeking permission to build a large gas pipeline in the City of Hamilton, including through the ecologically important Beverly Swamp. This pipeline will feed fracked gas to Ontario's gas-fired generating stations, leading to a 400% increase in GHG emissions. More

Three Options to Reduce Ontario’s Electricity Costs

This report outlines three ways in which the Ford Government could actually reduce electricity costs.  We outline how the government could save electricity users anywhere from $1.1 to $7.4 billion per year. More

Pickering Nuclear Emergency - Next time it could be real

On Sunday, Jan. 12th, the provincial Emergency Measures Office issued and then withdraw an emergency alert for the Pickering Nuclear Station.  This alert was a reminder that the Pickering Nuclear Station is surrounded by more people (within 30 km.) than any other nuclear plant on the continent. More

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A Picture Is Worth Billions

Ontario has many lower cost options for meeting its electricity needs than rebuilding old nuclear reactors. Our factsheet demonstrates that the decision to rebuild 10 aging reactors makes little economic sense. More

Making the Right Choice for Pickering's Waterfront

The Pickering Nuclear Station takes up 600 acres of prime waterfront real estate in the City of Pickering.  When North America’s 3rd oldest nuclear station closes in 2024, this means that there will be an exciting chance for the people of Pickering to revitalize their waterfront – and their community. More

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