If the governments of Canada and its provinces decline the use of medicines until fully being tested for health safety, then should the construction of further wind turbines be halted too. When permits are required to ignite a fire, construct a shed, or add on to farm buildings, then a permit should be required for these turbines. Yet this provincial government sees fit to bully and push its agenda through, with total disregard for processes the community must abide by. Canadians must have the right to decline such projects where it directly affects their freedoms and land stewardship.
The act of a provincial government to overrule the processes and local governing bodies to inject into a community a dangerous and untested health hazard is an act of contempt. Any government that forces a product of unknown health issues onto its innocent public should be removed from office and legal actions should be taken against it.
Shame on this provincial government and its agenda to force wind turbines on to its people.
A government should be trusted to best protect its people, to serve against hostile issues that invade or make communities ill. We need to be protected from our own provincial government, which is allowing projects like this to continue.
Barnie Floto, Elora