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Auditor general says hydro consumers paid billions extra due to Liberal decisions

TORONTO — Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk says electricity customers in Ontario have paid billions of dollars for the Liberal government’s decisions to ignore its own planning process for new power generation projects.

The Ontario Power Authority’s 20-year technical plan, which was updated every three years and reviewed by the Ontario Energy Board, would have offered protection to consumers, said Lysyk.

“Instead of following the legislated process, the Ministry of Energy itself effectively assumed responsibility for electricity planning,” she said.


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