Suncor threat: “There are avenues for Toronto to step in”

By Heather Wright, Sarnia This Week
LAMBTON SHORES – When push comes to shove, Suncor Energy officials say they may turn to the province to push through their wind farm project in Lambton Shores. Chris Scott, Suncor’s project developer, was appearing before Lambton Shores Council recently to talk about the company’s Cedar Point Wind Project. Up to 62 wind turbines will be installed in Lambton Shores and Plympton-Wyoming to generate about 100 megawatts of power.   Read article

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11 Responses to Suncor threat: “There are avenues for Toronto to step in”

  1. jack says:

    Sounds like the rhetoric is getting more heated and more belligerent. Can an altercation be far away? Who do these Suncor Energy Officials think we are? We can only take so much pushing around before its push back time. They’re saying if you don’t like what we’re shoving up your azz, we’ll just go to father McWindy and get him to change the rules some more. What a bunch of dolts

    • barbara says:

      So how many rural Ontarians are still buying Petro-Canada gasoline?

      • jack says:

        Good question. I for one have not been buying anything Suncor or Samsung related for sometime now

  2. Peter says:

    Stand your ground.
    Your council aka the people make the rules,push back harder,stick in BIG SIGNS and tell them where they can stick their turbines.
    Speak up,shout them down.
    They are here today and gone tomorrow, with your wages (hydro money) …..think about that!

  3. Pat Morris says:

    Kudo’s to the man who spoke up. We don’t want their f..cking turbines anywhere. That includes Haldimand. The only people who benefit are the idiots who signed a lease and our mayor who made a commercial.

  4. Free Thinker says:

    Council – Just plain stupid!

    Suncor: taking up the challenge – consider it solved

    ‘[excerpt] Scott says he worked with Plympton-Wyoming to design its first bylaw on turbines
    which had a setback distance of 440 meters so he “was surprised” when the new rules were passed.’

    And who is Scott?
    ‘[excert] Chris Scott, Suncor’s project developer, was appearing before Lambton Shores Council recently
    to talk about the company’s Cedar Point Wind Project.
    Up to 62 wind turbines will be installed in Lambton Shores and Plympton-Wyoming to generate about 100 megawatts of power.’

    Suncor – the privileged

    Council: So you can’t just selectively make statements. And, the mayor said nothing. And, there was no township lawyer @ this important meeting. And, and, and,…….
    Some things have fallen through the cracks – and, the ‘bizarre extravaganza’ unfolds –
    now what?

    • jack says:

      Follow the money

      • Free Thinker says:

        ah – huh
        a wedge issue!

      • Free Thinker says:

        What is important?
        the green issues? – or, what is important to the local community?
        Alternatively – council better be straight forward – upfront and clear
        with what they want.

  5. Peter says:

    Which is where we have been lucky to have esteemed council, once the as*holes who did not say they had a conflict of interest,were called out,due to due vigilance of the people that knew they were in conflict and spoke out.
    Call them out………
    As to the UK now dumping onshore Turbines (due to the GOOD media that called out the AS* hole Minister who was pushing for more and More Turbines and may he go to jail with NO Get out of Free Card) which you can read about on the side of this Wind Resistance Site.

    One can only attest to this significant decision that, finally, British Intelligence!

    Were the hell is CSIS?

    That was a few due’s……dew tomorrow!

    • Peter says:

      and looking on the IESO site now , Ontario will be shelling out a few more bucks to get rid of the excess hydro we don’t need or want………and I guess the outages are due to the uncontrollable effin Turbines!

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