Powerful Women: Bonnie Hiltz

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By Corrine Kennedy and Zoë Thoms on July 27, 2016

Our second contributor to the Powerful Women series is Bonnie Hiltz. Bonnie has been the Government Relations and Regulatory Affairs Advisor for ENGIE Canada since 2014. This position has her very actively engaged in a number of energy markets across Canada, working to open up new market opportunities for clean and renewable generation. She has […]


First Nations and Ontario Strike Agreement-in-Principle for Sale of Hydro One Shares


By Dillon Collett on July 25, 2016

On July 12th, the Province of Ontario and First Nations, represented by the Chiefs-in-Assembly,  announced an agreement-in-principle for Ontario to sell up to 15 million shares of Hydro One Limited to First Nation communities in the province. The Liberal government in Ontario has partially privatized the public utility, and so far 30% of Hydro One’s […]


Powerful Women: Professor Anita Anand

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By Corrine Kennedy and Zoë Thoms on July 20, 2016

We are delighted that our first contributor to the Powerful Women series is corporate law and governance expert, Professor Anita Anand. Professor Anand holds the J.R. Kimber Chair in Investor Protection and Corporate Governance at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law – the first research chair for investor rights in North America. Professor Anand […]


Geothermal HVAC Heats Up in the Wake of Ontario’s Climate Change Action Plan

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By Nicholas Smith on July 18, 2016

Geothermal energy is starting to heat up in Ontario. Once considered too costly for domestic household use, recent policy moves by the province have demonstrated political – and financial – support for an expansion of geothermal HVAC technologies in the coming decades.


“If your daughter asked you how to succeed in this industry, what would you say to her?”

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By Corrine Kennedy and Zoë Thoms on July 15, 2016

That’s the question EY asked in its 2014 report entitled “Talent at the table: index of women in power and utilities” (the “Gender Index Report”). The Gender Index Report looked at the top 100 global utilities, based on revenue, and created a baseline for gender diversity across their boards of directors. It found that, within […]


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