Liberal subsidy cuts, working retirees, and US denial

Farmers take aim at Liberals on solar subsidy cut

Looking to keep the heat on Premier Dalton McGuinty and his MPPs with an election looming, a Woodbridge green energy company has launched an online petition to fight plans to cut the rate paid to farmers for producing solar power.

Read the Toronto Star article here.

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Ditching retirement to go green

The benefits of being your own boss are plain to see. But why do so many entrepreneurs continue to work well beyond their late 60s when they could be spending their golden years with family and friends?

Read the Globe and Mail article here.

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California’s Big ‘No’ to British Columbia

Lobbying effort to get ‘renewable energy’ approval from state’s politicians came up empty.

Read the Tyee article here.

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