Haldimand-Norfolk Board of Health passes resolution re IWTs

Thanks to Stephana Johnson’s tireless work, Haldimand-Norfolk Board of Health passed the following resolution on February 14, 2012:

 “THAT the Board of Health advocate to the Renewable Energy Technologies and Health (RETH) Research Study at the University of Waterloo to complete their research and encourage Health Canada to implement a clinical research project on Industrial Wind Turbines;

AND THAT the affected residents from the Clear Creek/Cultus/Frogmore Industrial Wind Turbine zone be asked to be included in the RETH project;

AND FURTHER THAT the contact information of the RETH project be forwarded to the four deputations that appeared at the Health & Social Services Advisory Committee.”

9 thoughts on “Haldimand-Norfolk Board of Health passes resolution re IWTs

  1. God bless you Stephana! We are all in your debt, for your tireless work, on our behalf, and in fact on behalf of all Ontarions, for their future health and prosperity.
    Thank you very, very much. From Doug Moran

    • Absolutely Stephana , god bless you and thank you .
      More of us will be coming to help !

  2. The study needs to be done with a total moratorium in place. Thanks so much and if you are a Bully, you are the best kind of bully ever! What a role model you are! What a woman!

  3. In my opinion – this is a weird resolution.
    Completely irresponsible.

    Re: – community guinea pigs!
    and, who are they sending this resolution to?

    Are we being lead to believe
    Haldimand-Norfolk Board of Health –
    is forwarding this resolution to Health Canada – or not?

    Need confirmation!

  4. Fascinating!

    Council plays musical chairs – real in-camera action
    I’d be breathing my lungs out!

    Is this a misprint? (sat as)
    ‘[excerpt] Norfolk council sat as the Board of Health for both Norfolk and Haldimand.’

    After its regular meeting Tuesday,
    Norfolk council sat as the Board of Health for both Norfolk and Haldimand.
    Johnston had also registered to speak at that meeting.

    Because it was a Board of Health meeting, and because Johnston wanted to address health issues related to the two counties,
    she was allowed to speak uninterrupted for 10 minutes on the subject of wind turbines.

    p.s. I must be crazy!

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