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Just when the Conservative government thought all systems were go in its bid to bring competition to our electricity market, including selling Hydro One, a judge put a stop to it. For almost a week, the province wouldn't indicate what it planned to do about this unexpected development. But late this week, a decision. The government will appeal the judge's decision, draft a new law permitting the sale, and conduct public hearings on the issue. Guests Ruth Grier, Richard Mahoney, Mac Penney, and Howard Hampton discuss these developments.
Apr 28, 2002
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