Haldimand Wind Concerns at the Selkirk Gas Festival


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  1. it is time that the left wing loonies LIBERALS order that every house in Toronto HAVE A WINDMILL ON THEIR PROPERTIES AND SOLAR PANELS AS WELL AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE.
    What is good for us rural mice is good for the city mice

    Think about the jobs these would create
    Think about the FACT THAT WE WOULD NO LONGER NEED TO UPGRADE OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE WHICH WOULD NO LONGER BE NEEDED WITH HOMES SELF ENERGY CONTAINED.

    WHAT WOULD THE URBANITES THINK ABOUT WAITING FOR WIND OR SUNSHINE TO COOK DINNER, WATCH TV AND DO THE LAUNDRY.? WHAT WOULD THEY THINK ABOUT THE HUGE OUTLAY IN DOLLARS AND HIGHER TAXES? UGLY VISTA ? THE SICKENING HUMS AND RADIATION JAMMING UP HOSPITALS WITH ILL PEOPLE AND DESTROYING OUR MEDICARE SYSTEM INTO BANKRUPTCY?

    WILL THE CITY FOLK RUSH TO RE ELECT THE MCGUINTY BUNCH WITH THIS SCHEME?
    I CANNOT WAIT TO VOTE THEM OUT OF OFFICE.

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  2. At the booth for the No. 6 RCAF Dunnville Museum, I was told that the Dunnville airport has been spared desertification. The owner has scrapped the plan to allow six wind turbines on his airport grounds. NAV Canada should disallow a whole slew of them around the airport.

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