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Northern Industrial Electricity Rate Program (NIER Program)

'The Northern Industrial Electricity Rate (NIER) Program assists Northern Ontario's largest industrial electricity consumers to reduce energy costs, sustain jobs and maintain global competitiveness. ... NIER program participants receive a rebate of two cents per kilowatt hour, with individual rebates capped at 2011-12 consumption levels, or $20 million per year per company - whichever is lower. On average, industrial electricity prices can be reduced by up to 25 per cent through the program.

Northern Industrial Electricity Rate Program (NIER Program). (French content)

'The Northern Industrial Electricity Rate (NIER) Program assists Northern Ontario's largest industrial electricity consumers to reduce energy costs, sustain jobs and maintain global competitiveness. ... NIER program participants receive a rebate of two cents per kilowatt hour, with individual rebates capped at 2011-12 consumption levels, or $20 million per year per company - whichever is lower. On average, industrial electricity prices can be reduced by up to 25 per cent through the program.

Ontario's Mineral Development Strategy

'This report provides an overview of the Province of Ontario's achievements in support of the strategy's broad objectives. It covers key elements laid out in the 2006 Mineral Development Strategy and provides insight into how we have advanced Ontario's mineral development agenda over the past eight years'--Introduction. Subject(s): Mines and mineral resources - Government policy - Ontario., Mineral industries - Government policy - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: Mar. 2, 2015.

Ontario's Mineral Development Strategy

'The purpose of this discussion paper is to engage the public in the development of a renewed Mineral Development Strategy for Ontario. This paper is designed to ask people to consider the challenges and opportunities facing the mineral sector. It will examine the global and local drivers influencing Ontario's current mineral exploration and mining industry. The paper concludes by asking several key questions to elicit comments and suggestions about how to address these changes.

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