Alberta rancher told she was not welcome in Ontario
Norma Schmidt and Jutta Splettstoesser from the Kincardine area were both in attendance. ...Schmidt says wind turbines have destroyed her health and is determined to halt wind power in its tracks. She says she is living in hell and has been for three years, and she asked that Eijgel discontinue these speaking engagements.
June 29, 2012
by Lynda Hillman-Rapley
in Lakeshore Advance
The protesters outside the Grand Bend meeting with Alberta horse rancher Heidi Eijgel.
Traveling all the way from Alberta to tell people in Ontario about wind turbines may have been extreme and that is exactly what protesters voiced at a meeting last week.
To a full house, mostly protesters, Heidi Eijgel took a stab at explaining her experience with turbines, but the reception was less than welcoming. Dr. Tim Weis, director of renewable energy and efficiency policy with the Pembina Institute was also on hand to facilitate discussion and answer questions.
Eijgel lives in Pincher Creek Alberta,... [continue via Web link]