The loss of 340 jobs at a Tillsonburg wind turbine blade plant could be a harbinger of troubles ahead in Ontario’s green energy industry, a leading analyst says.
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Tillsonburg is teetering on the edge of losing 300 jobs at one of its largest employers.
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