The Record pegs the cost of the Caledonia dispute at $54 million at the second year mark, with no end in sight.
All new land development along the Grand River watershed, including various Waterloo Regional bridge construction projects could be highjacked by the demands of the HDI, which has obviously been emboldened by the lack of consequences for law-breakers.
And the Post notes that this attitude appears to be extending into car-theft industries, and other illegal undertakings.
Yet the McGuinty government looks the other way when it comes to law-enforcement, which is under Provincial jurisdiction.
And then Dalton gets angry when Jim Flaherty tells him that Ontario is not the best province in which to invest?
The truth hurts, doesn't it?