Wind turbines key issue in Fergus election forum

by Rob O’Flanagan Guelph Mercury
FERGUS — Wind, and the sound it makes when turning wind turbines, was a key issue during Monday’s Wellington-Halton Hills election forum, held in Fergus. Strong community opposition has surfaced in the northern part of the provincial riding over a proposed wind farm that many believe has potentially negative health effects due to low-level noise. On two occasions during a forum, sponsored by the Guelph Mercury and moderated by Mercury managing editor Phil Andrews, candidates were asked where they and their party stood on the future of large-scale wind energy projects. Read article

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