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Originally posted by cestmoi at 2006-9-29 07:56
I was impressed with Vancouver, but I have not been to Toronto. House prices seem reasonable, one get grab a freehold title, quarter acre block for 0.5 mil, that's good going. Your neighbours could ...
As far as I know, ethanol market is not that popular in Ontario Compared to diesel fuel and regular gas.
However, according to the Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs, Ethanol is currently exempt from the Provincial gasoline tax of 14.7 cents-per-litre and from the Federal excise tax of 10 cents-per-litre.
Ethanol-blended gasoline is available at several gasoline retailers in Ontario.
In Ontario, Commercial Alcohols Inc. produces approximately 150 million litres of ethanol in Ontario each year, using roughly 15 million bushels of corn.
Yes, there are initatives regarding alternative renewable energy. Well, my friends and I are still waiting for the solar and wind industry to lower their cost. It is simply too expensive to install alternative means at the current level of cost.
Vancouver is lot more warmer than Toronto in winter. However, some people can't stand the dampness in Vancouver (it rains a lot in winter).
As far as hard-rock or biker gangs, they are everywhere. You can't avoid them. Many years ago, a biker gang lived right across my house. Beside seeing lots of bikes, nothing really spectacular happened until there was a fire which burned down the whole house and consequently the biker gang moved. :)