Articles filed under Impact on People from Ontario

An earful over turbine noise

Village residents were surprised when one of the property owners who agreed to host a turbine said his neighbours aren’t imagining things. “I’m surprised I can hear them as loud as I do, and I wear an earpiece,” said Wally Faulkner. “They’re louder than I expected.”
17 Feb 2017

Cancel Amherst Island wind energy project: Runciman

Amherst Island is an idyllic place: rolling meadows dotted with heritage buildings, narrow carriage roads lined by the largest concentration of historic dry stone walls in Canada. The population of 400 year-round residents expands to 1,000 in the summer, but the island located west of Kingston in Lake Ontario, because it is a 20-minute ferry ride from the mainland, has largely resisted the encroachment of developers.
26 Oct 2016

Ottawa silent on wind turbine noise

Ashbee wrote: “Many in Ontario and elsewhere have logged serious health complaints with proponents/operators of wind turbine projects, provincial and federal government ministries as well as wind turbine manufacturers ... As previous ministers and current Minister Philpott have been informed, the adverse effects of wind turbines are not trivial.”
29 Jun 2016

Health Study Begins

Outgoing Medical Officer of Health Doctor Hazel Lynn says you can still take part by going online and filling out the survey ...Doctor Lynn adds the study may also shed light on the health impact of living near wind turbines.
13 Jun 2016

Board of Health turbine motion

Medical Officer of Health for Grey-Bruce, Dr. Hazel Lynn,  believes there is some kind of correlation between turbines and the health of some individuals. Dr. Lynn completed a 2013 report on the increase of reported cases of headaches, sleeplessness and nausea in areas with wind turbines. 
17 Apr 2016

Residents says some children are allegedly receiving nosebleeds from wind turbines

Dennis Mueller, a representative for the community liaison committee started the two-hour session by directing questions and complaints from members of 14 households that live near these wind turbines. ...“Personally I was appalled when these reports began to come in as I knew there were health problems but had no idea to this severity,” said Mueller.
23 Nov 2015

Residents of Nation, east of Ottawa, fight wind turbine projects; Rally to stop wind turbines

Town council tonight plans to reverse an earlier decision to give the green-light to two massive projects. Two private companies have proposed to develop separate industrial wind turbine projects in St. Isidore and St. Bernardin, in Nation municipality, about an hour east of Ottawa.  Council initially supported the bid but at a council meeting Monday evening, Nation’s mayor was planning to move to reverse that decision, after a massive appeal by local residents.
11 Aug 2015

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