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@9Z3CKQYGreenfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

Yes as long as the government sets very strict regulations for using ONLY sustainable resources to produce energy.

@9X76M7RNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…4mos

@9WVRM2NNew Democraticfrom Quebec  answered…4mos

The government should hire the best business minds they can to run these crown corporations like a business that benefits society. The profits go into a pool to improve the effectiveness and efficiencies of the companies and to increase our energy options.

@9WGNG9KGreenfrom British Columbia  answered…4mos

@9GZ5PCXLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Keep a healthy balance of crown and private corporations and increase environmental regulations.

@9VY2M3LGreenfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

@9VXFVJCConservativefrom Alberta  answered…5mos

Privatize. This is a matter of provincial jurisdiction however.

@9VW2GBRGreenfrom Alberta  answered…5mos

Leave the industry private, rework regulations, continue to regulate

@9V672V6Conservativefrom Ontario  answered…8mos

Government should be careful about supporting economic sectors, this should only be done temporaily.

@9RL3562Conservativefrom Quebec  answered…12mos

They should do both. Allow Privatization so more innovation can be introduced in the marketplace while still having a National program so that gov't can implement sensible regulations if needed.

@9PTW3GNLibertarianfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@9Z45C9RConservativefrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

@9Z2ZD8ZCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@9Z2D3SWCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

To reduce energy costs we should break up hyrdo into smaller companies. As long as they have the monopoly it doesn't matter weather the government gets involved

@9YN6KLVNew Democraticfrom Newfoundland  answered…2mos

Nationalize and increase environmental and oversight regulations

@9XQ89KJConservativefrom Nova Scotia  answered…3mos

Nationalize the grid / delivery of energy, privatize the creation and sale of energy

@9WWQY9MNew Democraticfrom Manitoba  answered…4mos

@9WVM5Y2Communistfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Energy needs vary too much to create one national energy plan

@9WM48YTPeople’s Partyfrom Alberta  answered…4mos

Privatize, with regulation limiting the cost to the consumer.

@9WBBF38New Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

There should be a mixture of both. At the federal level, there may be better opportunities for a nationalized company to acquire and operate resources across the country.

@9W9MRF5New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Privatize but provide incentive to companies who are providing clean renewable energy sources

@9W9M5Y4Christian Heritagefrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

Both, keep it balanced. Private sector can not be trusted to bring costs down. etc mergers, monopoly, price fixing

@9W8MQKYConservativefrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Should be a joint effort where incentives are in place and those that stand out will be allowed to have joint efforts with government

@9W7FBRFPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Privatized with fewer regulations on production, but Nationalize distribution.

@9W5MVT7Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

@9W2Z8VBRhinocerosfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Public Company & environmental regulations to control pricing.

@9W2JJNYNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

@9W276RDNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…5mos

@9VYS7C2New Democraticfrom Manitoba  answered…5mos

Nationalize, but ensure there's protections in place to prevent abuse

@9VX3M8CCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

@9WLF5JQChristian Heritagefrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Privatize and allow individuals to produce, create and share energy without government permission.

@9WL44LTRhinocerosfrom Quebec  answered…4mos

Quebec hydro is our own ressource. We cannot be compared to the other provinces.

@9WK8DNZNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…4mos

A combination of the two, as some energy like electricity should he nationalized.

@9WJ3W2XConservativefrom Quebec  answered…4mos

It should operate under the same framework as NavCanada, a privately run, not for profit organization.

@9WHGQWHLibertarianfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Keep the ratio of public:private ownership at current levels.

@9WFHSLVConservativefrom Alberta  answered…5mos

Have government owned energy while leaving the private sector to the market

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