To Rob Dekker:
I will start by admitting that I supported the Liberals in that election and I have my political biases against the Conservatives. I freely admit I was not very happy with the gas plant closure decision or the cost of it. That being said I think both the NDP and PCs have been rather ridiculous and hypocritical in their criticism of the Liberals over this issue.
Both the PCs and NDP also promised to close the gas plants in the same election. We (the residents of Ontario) would be paying for this decision regardless of which party was in power (assuming they intended to make good on that election promise). To promise to close the same gas plants and then complain about the costs of cancelling them (even if the Liberals were in power when they were approved) is hypocritical. I think it is pretty likely that all three parties made a political calculation when they made the decision the promise and scrap the gas plant.
The PCs have complained about the fact that the Liberals did not know the true cost of the gas plants when they decided to cancel them. The fact of the matter is neither did your party. If you want to accuse them of being financially irresponsible for the gas plant cancellation without knowing the cost that label should apply to the PCs as well.