Two Conservative Niagara politicians want wind turbine moratorium
Health Canada said researchers will conduct face-to-face interviews with residents, as well as taking physical measurements such as blood pressure, and measuring noise levels both inside and outside some of the homes. The study is being designed with support from external experts, specializing in areas including noise, health assessment, clinical medicine and epidemiology.
July 31, 2012
by Amanda Street
in Niagara This Week
Local politicians and residents are urging Ontario's premier to put an immediate moratorium on industrial wind turbine development until a federal health study is complete.
"West Niagara residents have continued to express to me very strong concerns about the potential health effects of these massive industrial wind turbine projects that are slated for their communities," said Niagara West-Glanbrook MPP and Ontario PC Leader Tim Hudak, who was joined by his federal counterpart, MP Dean Allison, in calling for an immediate moratorium until a federal health study, announced in July, is complete.
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