Ontario isn’t letting politically charged energy issues such as the ongoing gas plant cancellation controversy get in its way of its clean air policy development…and neither should farmers. Regardless of what party is in office after the next election, over the past couple of weeks it’s become even clearer the future of energy production here will increasingly rely on renewable sources. And that has big implication for farmers. Agriculture wasn’t specifically named earlier this week when Ontario announced the last of its coal-fired power plants was being closed down, but the implication was clear. “The province has replaced coal generation…
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