How strange. It looks an awful lot like Dalton's campaign is going to pieces, but for some reason this trend isn't being reported in the media. Hmmmm. Well, I'm sure the Star and the Globe will notice soon.
In a statement released Tuesday night, the Brant MPP said he “misspoke” twice.
"I confused a cap-and-trade program with a carbon tax. While a cap-and-trade system has been discussed, a carbon tax is not and has never been on the table. In fact, the premier has been clear and definitively ruled this out, permanently," the junior energy minister said.
OTTAWA — The centrepiece of the Ontario government’s green energy policy, the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) program, is “economically unsustainable,” says a former CEO of the Ontario Power Authority.
Jan Carr, who was head of the OPA from 2005 to 2008, made the blunt assessment in a commentary released Tuesday by the Council for Clean & Reliable Energy, a self-described forum for “reasoned analysis” on subjects related to electricity policy.
.....to even worse.....
The Ontario Provincial Police is investigating allegations of procurement wrongdoing at the Niagara Parks Commission. Bullet News has learned the Parks Commission’s own Niagara Parks Police requested the OPP look into the assertions in an attempt to ‘clear the air.’
Parks Police Chief Doug Kane confirmed he ‘recently’ made the call to the OPP, which is currently interviewing current and former staff members and current and former commissioners.
“It’s not a secret that there has been a number of allegations made over time and rather than us investigating those we thought we would send it to a totally independent agency such as the OPP,” Kane said. “They have no connection to the Niagara Parks Commission and this will let them conduct their own investigation.”
All part of the plan, eh, Liberals? Stay tuned, right?