Graham Lane Discusses the Deepening Troubles Facing Manitoba Hydro

Graham Lane, retired Chair of the Manitoba Public Utilities Board and expert advisory panel member of the Frontier Centre discusses the mass resignation of the Board of Directors of Manitoba […]

Graham Lane, retired Chair of the Manitoba Public Utilities Board and expert advisory panel member of the Frontier Centre discusses the mass resignation of the Board of Directors of Manitoba Hydro.  He is the author of the 2013 Frontier Centre paper Dam Nation – Rolling the Dice on Manitoba’s Future  predicting deepening troubles at Manitoba Hydro.    Interviewed by Geoff Currier on Winnipeg’s CJOB, March 21, 2018.  (~11 minutes)

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