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- The battle begins.
Mississauga to buy back 10 per cent of utility
Toronto Star - Dec 11, 2008
- The answer to my question makes the news.
City, Enersource clash over board salary
Mississauga News - September 26, 2007
- So very well paid for so little work.
We really should look more closely at how this came to be.
"Borealis is on a power trip", says Councillor Carolyn Parrish.
Residents demand answers at Enersource meeting
Mississauga News - June 26, 2007
- What a farce of a public meeting - "the mayor and councillors remained totally mum
throughout the lengthy town hall meeting." Like they were trying to hide something!
The Mayor loves to say in Mississauga we "calling public meetings at the drop of a hat",
but is the point when many of the facts & figures are secret?
How can the public make informed decisions and be meaningfully involved
in government decision making or for that matter even tell those who called the meeting
what they think the best choice is - if the are kept selectively in the dark?
Talk about trying to control the outcome of the meeting.
Sale of utility serves us best
Mississauga News - June 10, 2008
- Editorial by Carolyn Parrish.
Here she want to sell Enersource.
Talk of Enersource deals nothing new at City Hall
Mississauga News - April 11, 2008
- First talk of - 2008 - of "City councillors are considering selling Enersource
Hydro Mississauga" and further more - "It's a perfect solution to our infrastructure problems," said Parrish,
who believes the City should sell Enersource, bank the money and use the interest earned to pay for infrastructure."
Councillor Nando Iannicca, also want it sold, went on the record saying it has lost some $500 million of its value!
Calls grow for Toronto to sell power utility
National Post - April 11, 2008
- early days & Hazel away, the mice will play.
And more here - Mississauga Muses.
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