Noise complaints go unanswered

While the Pembina Institute trots Alberta farm owner Heidi Eijgel around southwestern Ontario to assure people that wind power generation projects are OK to live beside (Ms Eijgel claims to live 700 meters from Pincher Creek, where the turbines are pictured without ANY houses nearby, and are only 1.5 MW capacity), meanwhile at nights during this breezy week, families living next to Ontario wind power projects are unable to sleep. Here is one resident’s report of an evening and night, in Chatham-Kent. Ms Eijgel and the Pembina road show appear in Chatham-Kent this evening.  Calls to MOE...

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ANOTHER ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER IDENTIFIES TURBINE ISSUES!

WINDYLEAKS to John Wilkinson … The following three questions require one word answers – either yes, no or a simple number. They are not difficult, they do not require long or detailed discussions of your energy policy or explanations designed to avoid giving straightforward, simple answers. Your constituents and the rest of Ontario’s voters deserve simple, truthful answers on these issues – perhaps for once, a Liberal Cabinet Minister could provide them. 1) How many of your Environmental Officers must begin reporting problems with serious Wind Turbine disturbances before you see a...

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CBC SUMS UP THE LAST 3 WEEKS ON WINDYLEAKS!!!

  Visit this link to CBC and read a great summary of WINDYLEAKS’ POSTS from the past 3 – 4 weeks! . http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2011/09/21/wind-turbines.html   Now that they have caught up, we only hope CBC (and their counterparts at CTV, GLOBAL, the Star, the National Post, the Globe and Mail, the Sun and others) will continue to investigate and expose the real truth about Industrial Wind and it’s legacy of shame in...

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FIRST RENEWABLE ENERGY WIND APPROVAL RESULTS IN FIRST LAWSUIT

 The Ontario government’s first – and to date only – industrial wind turbine project approved under the Green Energy Act has resulted in a $1.5 million lawsuit being launched only weeks after starting operation. Suncor’s Kent Breeze Wind Farm near Chatham was the subject of an Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal hearing this spring.  Two dozen international experts testified.  Amongst other findings the Tribunal concluded:  “This case has successfully shown that the debate should not be simplified to one about whether wind turbines can cause harm to humans.  The evidence...

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WINDYLEAKS IS ON THE CASE….

  The Ontario government’s Ministry of Natural Resources has made a serious error.   Stay tuned to find out what just happened to one of Canada’s most ecologically rich and biodiverse areas while, as it appears, the MNR was looking the other way. Was this just incompetence or was something else at work? Find out more tomorrow and Thursday – here on Windyleaks .

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