Tillsonburg jobs losses ‘sad,’ ‘predictable,’ says prof #ON

By National Wind Watch A University of Guelph economist says yesterday’s shuttering of the Siemens wind blade manufacturing plant in Tillsonburg was not only sad, but predictable. “Very sad story obviously for the employees and for the town. It’s however very predictable as well,” said Ross McKittrick. “The whole green energy economy is an artificial economy created with subsidies.” The University of Guelph economics professor, and senior fellow with the right-leaning think tank the Fraser Institute, argues the Ontario Liberals were betting that subsidies . . .

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