Information evening on the Charter Challenge
Join the Oppose Belwood Wind Farm group on Tuesday, October 8th for an important meeting about legal strategy.
Here from leader Janet Vallery:
Over the past several years many rural communities have been investigating their legal options in the fight against wind industrialization. Recently there has been a development that could be beneficial to all communities led by Barrister Julian Falconer. The case is based on the merits of a Charter Challenge of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Section 7 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that: “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.” The Appeal states the right to security of a person and principles of fundamental justice have been violated.
Julian will be joining us in Belwood by teleconference to provide details on the case and the progress made to date.
This is an opportunity to get first hand information on the status of the case as well as to discuss how we can work together to raise the necessary funds to support it. The Belwood group is organizing this meeting because they believe the claim is a viable legal option. After the presentation, their community will vote to determine financial support. Other communities at risk from wind turbines are welcome to participate as the legal action has the potential to benefit all of us in rural Ontario.
Place: Pine Meadows Retirement Community (Grand Hall)
Address: 8473 Wellington County Road 19 (between Fergus and Belwood on the north side of Lake Belwood)
Date: Tuesday October 8th
If you plan on attending please contact Janet Vallery at email@example.com