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Fourteenth complaint filed against Samsung wind turbine project for polluting water wells in Chatham-Kent

Fourteen Chatham area well owners have now filed water well interference complaints against the developers of a 34 turbine wind power project near their farms. The Council of Canadians is demanding work stop immediately on the North Kent One Wind project (owned by Samsung Energy and Pattern Energy) before more families lose their well water.
20 Oct 2017

Six years in, time to turf $500M lawsuit over cancelled wind farm, province's lawyers say

Ontario’s already lost a related case on very different legal grounds. Last year an international tribunal agreed the government violated the North American Free Trade Agreement with its moratorium on wind farms, which killed a project next to the one Trillium was working on run by an American-backed company. The people of Ontario are out $28 million in damages and legal costs for that.
18 Oct 2017

Rising Electricity Costs and Declining Employment in Ontario’s Manufacturing Sector

Rising-electricity-costs-and-declining-employment-in-ontarios-manufacturing-sector_thumb This report by the Fraser Institute finds that Ontario’s Green Energy Act and its induced inefficiencies, have caused electricity prices to increase dramatically —now the highest in Canada—have cost the province an estimated 74,881 manufacturing jobs since the 2008 recession. High electricity prices are threatening industrial competitiveness, in particular that of the manufacturing sector for which electricity is a major input cost. The executive summary is provided below. The full report can be accessed by selecting the links on this page.
13 Oct 2017

Ontario gothic

In Ontario’s perverse hunger for industrial wind turbines, it turns out Chatham-Kent residents must first prove they have been poisoned by the developer, before they may seek justice. By then, of course, the damage will have been done. Recourse will expensive and, for most, unattainable. ...Folks who have fought for years to protect the things our government was supposed to safeguard, have been left gasping in despair. ...This is the horror Kathleen Wynne and Dalton McGuinty have wrought.
6 Oct 2017

Maude Barlow joins fight against wind turbine construction in Chatham-Kent

Her story and the similar stories of her neighbours prompted Maude Barlow, chairperson of the Council of Canadians, to visit Chatham-Kent and support the residents in their battle for answers and clean water. Residents believe that the impact of the North Kent wind turbine construction is behind the black water. The construction, involving pile-driving, has residents believing black shale and hazardous materials have leached into their well water.
25 Sep 2017

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Ontario
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