February 23, 2012

Europe's Green Energy Failures a Lesson for Canada

National Post, National Post

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The failure of green-energy policies throughout Europe provides an important lesson for Canadian politicians — especially Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and his fellow Liberals, who have rushed headlong into green alternatives such as wind, solar and biofuel with as much enthusiasm (and taxpayer money) as any government in North America.

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