The Wind Industry Thieves are blowing into Toronto for the Ontario Feed In Tariff Forum, April 3rd & 4th, at the Metro Convention Center, 255 Front Street West.
Time – gather at 11:30
Speakers – 12:00
Protest March – 12:30
Place – Simcoe Park on Front Street, beside CBC building and opposite Metro Toronto Convention Centre
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture and Christian Farmers Association have joined the call for a moratorium on further wind development. It’s time for Dalton to stop misleading the public.
Please mark your calendars, and inform your neighbours. It is time to stand up for Rural Ontario in the thousands!
Start thinking about messages & slogans for your signs and be creative. Identify which part of Ontario you are from and bring a large map of turbine placements in your area. Arrange a bus or use public transit, subways, Go trains to Union Station. Let’s bring our message to Dalton’s Liberals! See you there.
From the main lobby of Union Station (look for signs to railway and GoTrain station to get to main lobby), exit at Front Street, go west (left) on Front St. past York St. and Lower Simcoe St. Simcoe Park is about 300 meters further west, right next to the CBC building on the north side of Front St.
Information on buses heading to April 3rd protest:
For residents of Bruce/Grey/Dufferin/Simcoe/Wellington counties: On April 3rd there will be a coach bus(es) leaving the community center in Chatsworth at 8:30, with stops along Highway 10 across from Markdale Foodland at 9:00, Flesherton Home Hardware at 9:15, Dundalk Swipe and Go gas station at 9:35, with additional stops in Shelburne at No Frills and Orangeville at Tim Hortons/Wendys on Hwy 10. Cost will be $30 per person for the round trip. We should be ready to leave at 2:00 or 2:30 to head home again. Please contact me to reserve a seat. Thanks!
—Lorrie, 519-922-3072, lpcgillis/bmts.com
For the bus(es) leaving from the Strathroy area, please let estherw/gto.net or email@example.com (Marcelle) know if you want to ride the bus with us ASAP (within the next week or so would be appreciated). It’s $23/person round trip.
Amherst Island is also planning to make a bus available. Contact information to follow very soon.