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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch. They are the products of and owned by the organizations or individuals noted and are shared here according to “fair use” and “fair dealing” provisions of copyright law.


September 15, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Concerns over wind turbines continue despite no new applications

Eganville – Concerns over the impact of wind turbines are continuing for local researcher Carmen Krogh, despite the fact no new wind farm applications have been submitted locally. “I have been told by some they are likely coming to Renfrew County,” she told BV council last Tuesday. “I don’t have proof of that.” A local researcher into the effects of wind turbines, she has been widely published and has spoken internationally on the subject for years, warning about the dangers . . . Complete story »


August 27, 2022 • Letters, OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

More well water investigation needed: expert

It was my pleasure to participate as a member of the expert panel on the recent All-Hazard Investigation of Well Water in Chatham-Kent. The expert panel provided advice and expertise for the investigation of well water from within the North Kent 1 industrial wind complex where some residents had raised concerns regarding water quality, during and following wind turbine construction. The Expert Panel’s Final Report was made public earlier this year as reported in the Chatham Voice (April 20). The . . . Complete story »


August 19, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Nation Rise Wind Farm opponents address Roumeliotis, EOHU board

Mekker and McRae in their talk spoke about the World Health Organization 2009 report on noise guidelines, and that Health Canada describes noise annoyance as an adverse human health effect. They said studies and data show that for chronically strong annoyance, a causal chain exists – sleep disturbance, sleep deprivation, cascading and deleterious adverse health outcomes, and increased morbidity. “Simply put, the noise which doesn’t stop unless the turbines stop, is an annoyance (leading to serious issues),’’ Mekker said. Mekker and McRae were invited to the meeting by the EOHU. Complete story »


August 17, 2022 • Blogs, OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

The ad Facebook doesn’t want you to see

Simple ad pointed to a website post on the need for change in wind power approvals Ten days ago, Wind Concerns Ontario filed a formal comment with the Independent Electricity System Operator or IESO in Ontario, asking that changes be made to the wind power contract approval process. Although the Green Energy Act has been revoked, and municipalities now has land-use planning powers returned, the fact is, nothing else about project approvals have changed. We thought people might like to . . . Complete story »


July 30, 2022 • Ontario, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

No recourse: Ontario’s green energy dream has turned into a nightmare

A few years ago, Canadians and Americans in Havana, Cuba’s diplomatic community, suffered from hearing loss, memory problems, and headaches. It was widely reported that acoustic weapons were to blame, while some media outlets, including Vanity Fair, described the “hypersonic attacks” as psychosomatic, indicative of a culture of paranoia. Either way, the scientific consensus remains true: constant annoyance, whether by sound or light, is psychologically disruptive in the short term and damaging long term. A European Environment Agency report blames . . . Complete story »


June 23, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

County council rezones land for one ABO wind turbine, but will hold public hearing before approving two more turbine locations

Vulcan County council has rezoned a piece of land for a wind turbine that’s part of the ABO Wind’s 500-megawatt project in the Lomond area, but council will hear from the public before rezoning another two wind turbine locations. Under provincial legislation, Vulcan County has to rezone three pieces of land for the wind turbines after the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) approved the entire Buffalo Plains wind farm in February, including the land locations for the three turbines presented to . . . Complete story »


June 17, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

Nation Rise opponents left twisting in the wind at EOHU Cornwall office

Two fierce opponents of the controversial Nation Rise Wind Farm in North Stormont were surprised Thursday morning to find out an Eastern Ontario Health Unit board meeting they wanted to attend had been cancelled. Surprised, but not that surprised, agreed Ruby Mekker – spokesperson for the group opposed to the windmills – and Tammy McRae, a former municipal politician in North Stormont, who travelled to Cornwall and to the EOHU headquarters on Sydney Street hoping to be a part of . . . Complete story »


May 27, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

2 candidates show to discuss well water issues

Dave Lusk really misses his well. Dug in 1965, the well at his Greenvalley Line farm supplied pure, cold water for some 53 years before it failed in 2018. Lusk believes the well was spoiled as the direct result of the impact of wind turbines on the aquifer. “This is green energy,” said Lusk, “but if it takes away something as important as our water…is it really that green?” Lusk is among the property owners who banded together as part . . . Complete story »


May 20, 2022 • OntarioPrint storyE-mail story

More work to do to end well water saga in CK

Ontario’s Ministry of Health is clearing up some local questions about a recent investigation into turbid private well water in North Kent. Ministry Spokesperson Bill Campbell tells CK News Today the province plans to conduct further analysis of the collected data, including review by medical experts and additional monitoring through sampling and testing as needed, including bacteriological testing. Former Chatham-Kent Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Colby had questioned why there was no medical expert or doctor on the panel . . . Complete story »


May 17, 2022 • Ontario, OpinionsPrint storyE-mail story

Unintended consequence: Wind turbines are impacting the health of Ontarians

There is a real possibility of a future with hundreds of Industrial Wind Turbines (IWTs) surrounding the greater Ottawa area. Quite a picture. Let me tell you a story. I live in the small community of North Stormont, just south of Ottawa. I have lived and worked in the Ottawa area for 25 years. The call of a rural life was strong when I bought our home in this peaceful community. I had hoped to retire here. I loved it . . . Complete story »


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