The OCAA’s review of the Ontario Government’s contract with Bruce Power to rebuild up to six reactors finds that the stated cost of the contract is really only a preliminary estimate.  However, what happens when costs inevitably balloon beyond initial estimates (as they have for every nuclear project in Ontario’s history) is largely unknown because key sections of the contract have been withheld. Despite the Wynne’s government’s promises of “transparency” we are being presented with another “trust us” electricity generation contract that comes nowhere near meeting the government’s claim that ratepayers will not be on the hook for cost overruns.

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