Hydro One stock has too much political risk to recommend, Industrial Alliance says

Oct 09 20:10 2018 Print This Article

A seemingly positive development for Hydro One (Hydro One Stock Quote, Chart TSX:H) is overshadowed by ongoing political and regulatory risk, Industrial Alliance Securities analyst Jeremy Rosenfield says. On October 4, staff from the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission filed updated testimony in support of the merger of Hydro One and natural gas distributor Avista. […]

The post Hydro One stock has too much political risk to recommend, Industrial Alliance says appeared first on Cantech Letter.

Read More

About Article Author

Cantech Letter

Founded in 2008 by Nick Waddell, Cantech Letter is an online magazine focusing on Canadian technology. The site has grown into one of the most popular and respected financial sites in Canada, and was described by Canadian Business Magazine as “one of Canada’s premier technology newsletters”. Waddell, who is Senior Editor, is routinely called on by the mainstream media for perspective on Canadian technology, and has been featured on BNN, CTV News Channel, and the CBC program “The Lang and O’Leary Exchange” in addition to mainstream print media such as The Guardian, The International Business Times, The Globe and Mail, Macleans, The Waterloo Record , Canadian Business, Slate, and Business Insider. You can email Nick at nick@cantechletter.com Cantech Letter is focused on those companies listed on the TSX and TSXV Technology, Cleantech and Life Sciences Sectors. Each year we present the Cantech Letter Awards, which honor Canada’s Top Technology Stock and Top Technology Stock Executive.

  Categories:

Related Items

Intact Centre Report on National Flood Standard Released

The new report from the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation, Weathering the Storm: Developing a Canadian Standard for Flood-Resilient Existing Communities, highlights a range of solutions that can help decrease future flood risk in Canadian communities. Flooding within urban centres is Canada’s c ...

New Primer Helps Put Dollar Value on Local Hydrology in B.C.

The Partnership for Water Sustainability in BC has released a primer on the Ecological Accounting Process (EAP), a tool for stakeholders to implement a methodology that shows the financial value of ecology and hydrology services. The EAP was developed through applications on small watersheds (creek ...

Sainte-Eulalie, Que. to Upgrade Wastewater Treatment System

The governments of Canada and Quebec have announced an investment to improve wastewater treatment in the municipality of Sainte-Eulalie. François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and André Lamontagne, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and Minister Responsi ...

Canada to Undertake Risk Assessment of Abandoned Vessels

The Government of Canada has awarded a contract to undertake an assessment of risks related to vessels of concern in Canadian waterways.Public Services and Procurement Canada has awarded a contract to London Offshore Consultants, from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, for the development of a risk assessment ...

B.C. pipeline protests a harbinger of things to come

Author: Kenneth P. Green The Coastal Gaslink pipeline would stretch from Dawson Creek to Kitimat in B.C. Read more about B.C. pipeline protests a harbinger of things to come Tags:  pipelines LNG pipeline obstruction ...

Saving Robert Schellenberg will be a daunting task for Trudeau government

Karl Nerenberg A Chinese court has sentenced Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg to death for the crime of drug smuggling, and the Canadian government is taking two tracks in its efforts to save his life. Even before a regional Chinese court imposed the death sentence, the Trudeau government had a ...

Are NDP supporters getting fed up with Jagmeet Singh? - Loonie Politics

  The federal leader seems unaware of key issues. That can hardly give party supporters confidence in his abilities In only a couple of minutes, Jagmeet Singh showed why he’s not going to last in federal politics. The federal NDP leader had an interview on CTV’s Question Period with host Evan ...

Rural Development minister to be based out of Infrastructure Canada

Canada’s newest cabinet portfolio will be folded into the federal infrastructure department, iPolitics has learned. As part of Monday’s shuffle, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau elevated first-term MP Bernadette Jordan to cabinet, appointing her to the new post of Rural Economic Development Minist ...

iPolitics AM: PM heads to Sherbrooke to kick off pre-sitting cabinet confab

As he prepares to spend the next two days ensconced in closed-door strategy sessions with his cabinet, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has one more scheduled stop in St. Catharines before starting the trek to Sherbrooke: a rare — but nevertheless sold out, according to the Liberal website  ...

Former Coal Lobbyist Andrew Wheeler Faces Senate Confirmation as EPA Administrator

Read time: 9 mins Acting Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) chief — and now Trump cabinet nominee — Andrew Wheeler heads into Senate confirmation hearings at 10 a.m. EST Wednesday, as the longest government shutdown in U.S. history has left the EPA mostly shuttered. Wheeler, a former coal ...