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Credit:  March 1, 2013 | www.tbnewswatch.com ~~

I believe that the throne speech is just a continuation of the resigned Mr. McGuinty.

I think that this letter addressed to the prime minister should have been sent to Queen’s Park.

It is too late for me and my family.

We suffered for more than years when 33 industrial wind turbines, within a two-kilometre radius, were installed around our house.

The day they started our home became a house, a building, no longer a place of comfort and security.

It was no longer a place where we could rest, work, relax, entertain, enjoy quiet nature sounds of birds, frogs etc.

It was no longer a home because when the turbines started we became sick.

It is too late for me and my family.

My mother, who was 82 at the time, had to leave this house when the turbines made her sick.

Hundreds of emails, phone calls, letters were sent in the hope that surely we would at least be acknowledged, helped, treated like human beings, not lab rats or guinea pigs. Can you believe it?

I was very wrong.

We were not acknowledged, helped or even treated like human beings who were suffering.

Mr. Harper, how can you allow this to happen to the people you govern? now.

A personal response is warranted.

Ken Cressey,
Port Colborne

Source:  March 1, 2013 | www.tbnewswatch.com

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