Saturday, April 21, 2018

Bad books: How Ontario's new hydro accounting could cost taxpayers billions

In fact, the IESO decided against adopting rate-regulated accounting when it was formed in 2015 – a decision supported by its auditor, KPMG. And earlier this year, Ms. Marshall told the province's public accounts committee that in February, 2017, she presented financial statements prepared in the usual ...
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