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Turbines being built near schools  

Credit:  Lambton County This Week | Thursday, May 9, 2013 | sarniathisweek.com ~~

The Lambton Kent District School Board has informed the Ontario government that industrial wind turbines are being placed near two of its The Lambton County Student Art Show is now on display at Sarnia’s Lawrence elementary schools (Aberarder Central School and Bosanquet Central School) in Lambton County. Provincial approval was House for the month of May. Some 80 pieces by students from area high schools are on display and granted for the two wind projects despite an ongoing federal study on the effects of wind turbines on human health.

Source:  Lambton County This Week | Thursday, May 9, 2013 | sarniathisweek.com

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