Norma Schmidt – life with wind turbines is an “absolute living hell”

Norma Schmidt, a registered nurse, speaks to a large crowd in Clinton, Ontario in September, 2010 about what her health is like, living in the midst of Enbridge’s Kingsbridge Wind Power Project, consisting of 110 wind turbines. Norma’s story is featured in the upcoming CBC documentary “Wind Rush”.

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  1. I live in Dutton_Dunwich ontario and INVENERGY a Chicago based company is in the process of trying it gets approval for the strong breeze wind project. We as a community have been fighting this from the first hint that it was a possibility. We have deemed ourselves an unwilling community to lndustrial wind turbines with 84 % of the residents opposed we have sent a petition with over 1400 signatures to premier Katherine Wynne that has done nothing to stop this process from moving forward. We will continue to fight but I fear that if we can’t prevent the approval from happening and it comes to a court battle they will roll over us with legal costs.

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