Chief medical officer of health must testify in wind turbine case
"It means those who claim to be in charge of my family's health will be accountable," Drennan said. ...Ontario's panel that rules on turbine approvals has ruled that there are "legitimate concerns and uncertainties about the effects of wind turbines on human health," but noted there is a lack of peer-reviewed science on both sides of the debate.
July 21, 2012
in The Canadian Press
TORONTO -- A judge has ordered Ontario's chief medical officer of health to testify in a case relating to the health effects of wind turbines.
A southwestern Ontario couple whose family farm sits in a proposed wind farm say they are being blocked in their efforts to determine if the turbines cause any adverse health effects.
Shawn and Tricia Drennan's farm north of Goderich sits in the proposed Kingsbridge II wind farm and one turbine will be about 650 metres from their house.
Shawn Drennan says they heard some people living near an earlier... [continue via Web link]