By Denis Langlois, Owen Sound Sun Times
TORONTO — Hundreds of rural residents, including many from Grey-Bruce, brought their impassioned fight against industrial wind turbines to Canada’s most populous city Tuesday. The anti-turbine troops arrived by the busload at their latest battleground, Simcoe Park on Front St., outside the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and the third annual Ontario Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) Forum.
Their ammunition: large placards that decry what they say is the Liberal government steamrolling a green energy agenda over rural Ontario. Their mission, they said, was to educate urban residents about the “problems” of wind turbines and the province’s FIT program and make an unified stand against further developments. Read article