Dr Robert McMurtry comments on the Australian medical Association statement denying health effects linked to wind turbine noise: surprising and unsupported
The Fraser Institute has released a report comparing public debt load between Ontario and California
NextEra (famous for suing a young mother of two for using an adaptation of their name in her blog) is now suing West Grey for steps the municipality has taken to ensure the proposed wind power project meets community standards.
Plympton Wyoming community groups files a complaint with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment over its wind power approvals process, which it says is unfair, and limits access to the public for comment.
Dufferin County vote for transmission lines for wind power project seen as a blow to democracy
The wind power project on Manitoulin Island begins this week; the cost to Ontario is $20 million per year.
Crown corporation Public Health Ontario is sponsoring a seminar/webinar event on wind turbines, noise and human health, with a single speaker: an advocate for the wind power development industry who has served as a paid consultant to numerous developers.
Wayne Gulden last year published a critique of Simon Chapman’s work, debunking the notion there is any problem from turbine noise–worth a re-viewing now
Six Nations believes that investing in wind power projects is “still a good deal” despite negative politics around wind power in Ontario; financing critical to the two projects they are interested in
A survey done by Farmers Forum magazine at the London Farm show reveals farm owners opposed turbines on farmland by a ratio of 3:1