Wind turbines April 3rd protest
A 2011 Environmental Review Tribunal concluded, based on evidence submitted by 26 expert witnesses that wind turbines placed too close to families can cause adverse health problems. The question we need answered now is how far back do the turbines need to be placed to be safe? We know without question that 550 metres is not safe.
March 26, 2012
by Barbara Ashbee
in Canada Free Press
Rural Ontarians are fully aware of the negative impacts wind turbines and substations are having on families, animals, birds and the environment. This was demonstrated loud and clear in the fall election by voting out many prominent Liberal MPP's, including the Minister of Agriculture and the Minister of the Environment who governs wind projects.
• There are 81 Ontario municipalities with motions calling to halt further wind power projects until adverse environmental and human health effects have been properly studied by an independent 3rd party.
• Earlier this month, Dalton McGuinty claimed Ontario farmers were his biggest supporters for wind development. In... [continue via Web link]