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The Ontario election: possible impact on energy projects | Caroline Jageman

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 @ 8:45 AM | By Caroline Jageman

As was the case in the last two Ontario provincial elections, energy policy is again a central issue in 2018.

The incumbent Liberals pledge to stay the course on a green, low carbon economy, with over $4 billion in proposed carbon market investments.

The PC Party has indicated it intends to make sweeping changes, including: (i) repealing the Green Energy and Green Economy Act (Ontario) and the cap-and-trade program (and even possibly challenging the federal regime that would take its place), and (ii) declaring a moratorium...