The Hydro One purchase just is sensible if you were to think the federal government can prudently manage the amount of money it brings. But its record that is lengthy of contends otherwise.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Younger
federal Government papers can frequently make dull reading, couched in the near-impenetrable bureaucratese by which general general general general public servants focus. ThursdayвЂ™s report by separate spending plan watchdog Stephen LeClair was a welcome to everybody except Premier Kathleen WynneвЂ™s federal federal federal government, that is.
In easy, dull terms, LeClair explained that the LiberalsвЂ™ plan to market off 60% of Hydro One, the power that is provincial, will definitely cost much more than it produces. Continue reading