Ontario’s Electricity Dilemma Won’t Improve, U of G Prof Says in Financial Post Editorial

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It’s never been cheaper to generate electricity but Ontario bill payers are finding that’s it’s never been more expensive to buy it. Prof. RossRoss3 McKitrick, Economics and Finance, says relief for citizens is unlikely, thanks in part to the hidden global adjustment tax that has increased the purchase price of electricity. McKitrick wrote about Ontario’s “disastrous electricity policy” in an editorial for the Financial Post. McKitrick, holder of the Chair of Energy, Ecology and Prosperity at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, studies environmental and applied microeconomics.