Ontario Government knew residents were harmed by Wind Turbines 3 years before they passed the un-Democratic Green Energy Act!

Posted: February 13, 2013 in Uncategorized

Nowhere in Ontario’s history has there been a COVER-UP as blatant and harmful to Ontario citizens as the Green Energy Act that was pushed through Parliament by members of the NDP  (Andrea Horwath included) and 55 other Liberal MPP’s back in May of 2009 (Kathleen Wynne included)!

To this day many many families in Rural Ontario are still living under these dangerous and unhealthy statues to failure called Wind Turbines.

The Ministry of Environment issued documents to their superiors detailing these health problems yet they were never acted on let alone made public.

If there was any case for an open Public Inquiry to expose this lack of action, this should be it!

If a private citizen had committed this offence on another citizen they would be in JAIL for “assault to cause bodily harm”

Not so our leaders who enjoy the sanctuary of Queen’s Park!

Province knew about health effects from turbines

Released documents show ministry aware of concerns as far back as 2006

 

Province knew about health effects from turbines. Documents released through a Freedom of Information request reveal the government was aware of adverse health effects caused by industrial wind turbines as far back as 2006. Toronto Star file photo

Documents released through a Freedom of Information request from an Orangeville resident reveal the government was aware of adverse health effects caused by industrial wind turbines as far back as 2006.

While Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak says he is not shocked to learn the government kept this information from the public in relation to the 200-megaWatt Melancthon EcoPower Centre (located in Amaranth and Melancthon Township, near Shelburne, Ont.), he says he is disappointed.

“I wasn’t surprised. Concerns have been raised across Ontario and in other jurisdictions,” says Hudak, whose own riding of Niagara West-Glanbrook is poised for the installation of several industrial wind turbines.

“What it is, is disappointing. It appears as through they were trying to cover something up.”

In the released document, ministry officials report “complaints of adverse health effects by area residents are for the most part justified.

“MOE Provincial Officers have attended at several of the complainant’s [sic] residences and have confirmed that despite the noise emissions apparently complying with the applicable standard … that the noise emissions are in fact causing material discomfort to the residents in and around their homes,” reads the document, written by provincial officer Gary Tomlinson.

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