Krogh given Diamond Jubilee medal

Cheryl Gallant Presents Carmen Krogh With Diamond Jubilee Medal

February 11, 2014

Killaloe, Ontario – Cheryl Gallant, M.P. for Renfrew—Nipissing—Pembroke, was pleased to present Carmen Krogh of Killaloe with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Carmen Krogh is a retired pharmacist with more than 40 years of experience as a health professional. Her career includes holding senior positions at a major teaching hospital, a drug information specialist, a professional association, and the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) at Health Canada.
She was the former Director of Publications and Editor-in-chief of the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS), the Canadian book used by physicians, nurses, and health professionals for prescribing information on prescription medication in Canada.
Carmen Krogh is recognized in Ontario, Canada and internationally for her research, peer-reviewed articles, educational activities regarding adverse health effects and industrial wind turbines (IWTs).
Her research is grounded in the real-life experiences of people who live amongst IWTs in Ontario and other jurisdictions. Her goal is evidence-based siting of IWTs that protects human health. Her research and educational efforts are self-funded.
“Carmen has dedicated her life to improving and protecting the health and safety of Canadians, and is a very worthy recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal,” stated MP Gallant.

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  • thebiggreenlie
    Posted February 22, 2014 11:33 pm 0Likes

    Inside her head she is actually saying: “forgive me God for I know not what I do”!

  • windy3Nimby
    Posted February 23, 2014 1:31 am 0Likes

    Congratulations an honour so well deserved. Thank you so much for your dedication and skill, as the battle to prevent harm and preserve protection of health against the adverse impacts of wind power generation plants continues.
    Thank you again. You are a true beacon of hope in this insanity.

  • Richard Mann
    Posted February 23, 2014 8:01 am 0Likes

    Thanks for your work. It was your papers that go me started on both my research and activism on Turbines.

  • GregL
    Posted February 23, 2014 12:39 pm 0Likes

    Despite an epic mismanagement of the energy file, no one will go to jail. The costs and debts run up will continue to bleed the Province economically for decades. And its not clear that any change in the political colours will staunch the bleeding. The best we can hope for is a few more lurid headlines, no doubt to be joked about in the hushed, panelled halls.

    One thing that should be on the front pages and isn’t are the new ideas introduced in the LTEP that somehow blackouts (demand reductions) are a source of power generation that can be added to the outputs of more traditional forms like dams and reactors. Like claiming famine is a new food source. Or expecting that with soaring power costs that any but the privileged few would want to use an electric car? Or that forcing people away from electric space heating into burning wood was somehow good for the environment?

    Sometimes it would seem we need the political equivalent of the Nuremberg Trials. Seems a pity that the most we can hope for is a change of bag men.

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