Analysis of the Economic Impacts of the wpd Fairview Wind Project on the Collingwood Regional Airport and the Regional Economy
In short, we conclude that the Collingwood Regional Airport is fulfilling its intended function as an economic engine and is attracting business expansion proposals that would deliver very substantial economic benefit to the South Georgian Bay region. Approval of the current wpd Turbine Project would be fatal to business expansion, such that, on balance, the offending turbines should be moved or wpd’s Renewable Energy Act Application denied.
January 8, 2016
Prepared By: MALONE GIVEN PARSONS LTD.
In Association With:
Charles Cormier, Aeronautical Information Consultant
Aerocan Aviation Ltd.
The Township of Clearview
The Town of Collingwood
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