Alerts and Events: Ontario
These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
Aesthetics, Environment, Flyers, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Ontario, Pennsylvania, Wildlife •
Source: Save Our Beautiful Lake
For further information, visit saveourbeautifullake.org Also see: Icebreaker Binder at na-paw.org
Events, Health, Ontario •
Source: Mothers Against Wind Turbines; West Lincoln Glanbrook Wind Action Group
Saturday April 21st 2018 1pm to 5pm – doors open @ 12:00pm Covenant Christian School 6470 Regional Rd 14 Smithville, Ontario Free Event – Donations Graciously Accepted Speakers David Stetzer: IWT Fingerprint, Tuned Filters, IEEE Standards & Regulations, Hydro Regulations, How Stray Voltage Affects Us All Carmen Krogh: Preliminary Results: The Vacated Home Research Study Wind Turbines, Stray Voltage & Harm Reduction Interactive Panel Discussion with David Stetzer, Carmen Krogh, Alan Whiteley & Barb Ashbee Dine-With-Us Option: A full course, . . .
Streaming via Vimeo ($4.00 for 48-hour license) Purchase via Paypal ($25.00 for personal use) The rush to go green is pitting corporations against residents, government against citizens, neighbour against neighbour. Through the process the people are being stripped of their due democratic process. Big Wind is a story of unethical political systems, corporate greed, and ordinary citizens who have had enough and are standing up to big government and big business. They are part of a growing revolution in rural . . .
Big Wind will be shown on TVO: Wednesday March 25, Sunday March 29, and Tuesday March 31, all at 9:00 p.m. It has taken decades for us all to understand the pressing urgency of protecting the Earth’s environment by finding alternatives to fossil fuels. At last, the development of a green energy industry is presenting the opportunity to heal the environment … along with the opportunity to exploit it further. For politicians, going green provides a convincing election platform. For . . .
Toronto, Ontario / Feb. 24, 2014 For too long the complaints about the impacts of industrial wind turbines from rural Ontario have been ignored at every level of our Liberal government. Before and after the Green Energy Act became law individuals pleaded with the Ministers of Energy, Environment and Health to do something to fix the problems people were reporting about the chronic sleep disturbance, ear pain, high blood pressure and noise annoyance. Health Canada’s Principle Investigator Dr. David Michaud . . .
On FEB 24 we will let ALL politicians at Queens Park know that WE ARE NOT GOING AWAY and that existing and proposed industrial wind turbines have to be dealt with and will AGAIN be a major election issue. Mothers Against Turbines is putting the challenge out there to show MPPs and Toronto that the years of abuse of provincial power has to stop! Let’s rise to the occasion and send a very clear message to MPPs that industrial wind . . .
(Slightly edited from the version read at the rally) Let us be clear about why we are here today. This is a demonstration of “We, The People” versus “We, The Corporations”! (I have of course borrowed the phrase from the American Declaration of Independence.) This is an in-your-face demonstration of “We, The People” versus the wind energy companies that are strangling rural Ontario – strangling us with the approval and encouragement of our government! I want to say “Thank you, rural . . .