The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
2% (2 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
2% (2 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
82% (80 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
4% (4 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
10% (10 votes)
Total votes: 98

The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
0% (0 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
0% (0 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 0

The Ontario government is planning to sell a portion of its Hydro One shares to private investors in an effort to raise money.

Good idea because it avoids raising taxes or borrowing money for transit infrastructure.
0% (0 votes)
Good idea because it allows some competition in a monopoly industry, which can reduce costs and improve service.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because the government loses control over the sold portion of Hydro One.
0% (0 votes)
Bad idea because opposition parties are apposed to it.
0% (0 votes)
No difference to consumers because the OEB controls the price of electricity and not the private investors.
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 0

Presumed GUILTY!

Regular News

In the 800th Anniversary Year of Magna Carta you will be presumed GUILTY…period!

Presumption of innocence has been a principle in Canadian law since the country was founded in both the Common Law, and the 1982 Charter. In Ontario that is no longer true. Where certain provincial laws are broken, you will be presumed guilty, with no recourse. The relevant sections of the 1982 Charter are Section 7 and 11(d) which state:

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Spring 2015 Bulletin

Regular News

The Spring Volume of the Bulletin is now available.

In it read:

  1. Allen Small explain why we do not need a carbon tax.
  2. Mark Burnison explain why Inflation taxes the poor.
  3. The Party media release on the new sex education curriculum.
  4. A listing of the pub nights for March.

The position of the Ontario Libertarian Party on the new sex education curriculum guidelines.

Press Release

Here is our position on the recent announcement by the Ontario Ministry of Education and Training. For more information:
libertarian.on.ca/2013-2014-platform/education-smarter-inspiring
To support this position and the Ontario Libertarian Party, go to:
libertarian.on.ca/join

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Ken Lewis Debate Photo 2

Ken Lewis is our candidate running in the by-election in Ottawa-Vanier.

Ken Lewis Debate Photo 1

Photographer Mark Snow reports that it was a packed house