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Canada provides costly lesson to U.S. on reducing coal use

“There is no question that closing down our most reliable and least expensive source of electricity played a major role in reducing Ontario from a once prosperous “have” province within the Canadian federation to now being a “have not” province, … Continue reading

23. April 2014 by Jason Hayes
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“UN IPCC Climate Report Untrustworthy”

The International Climate Science Coalition has published an intriguing article on the latest IPCC report. “No one should trust the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] report issued today,” said Professor Bob Carter, Chief Science Advisor of the International … Continue reading

26. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Questionable poll results

(Admin note: This article was submitted by invitation and printed with permission of the author. In this article, Tom Harris discusses the questionable findings of a recent Public Policy Forum and Sustainable Prosperity poll on the relative opinions of the … Continue reading

28. February 2011 by Jason Hayes
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