HMQ and K2 Wind Ontario Inc seek to strike farm couple’s Statement of Claim

sean trish drennanFalconer Charney LLP Injunction Feb 24 2013
February 25, 2013
Shawn and Tricia Drennan are landowners facing a pending wind farm project known as K2 Wind Power Project. The Drennans, supported by the community group S.W.E.A.R. (Safe Wind Energy for All Residents), on November 14, 2012, filed a Statement of Claim and commenced a motion for an injunction to restrain the Ministry of the Environment from issuing approval for the project until the findings of the Health Canada Study on the effects of wind turbines on human health.

HMQ and K2 Wind Ontario have brought a motion to strike the claim, trying to deny the Drennan’s the ability to have their claim heard in the Superior Court of Justice. The motion to strike will be heard at the Goderich Court house on Friday March 1, 2013 at 9:30am.
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5 thoughts on “HMQ and K2 Wind Ontario Inc seek to strike farm couple’s Statement of Claim

  1. I hope as many people as possible, go to Goderich and support the Drennans in their efforts to halt the devastation being caused by the irresponsible placement of turbines. This case can set a precedent for future cases. To not call a moratorium after all of the evidence that has come forward recently, is unethical and immoral. The Nuremburg Code states that using humans as guinea pigs without their consent, is not allowed. Why are they not listening? All of this boils down to money; and human health and well-being HAS to come first.

  2. Isn’t this sad, that an a person involved with this industrial wind turbines has awakened to see that there are concerns and now wants to find out more information is being railroaded. This should show that these wind corps. business are in it for themselves and could care less about anyone else. Wake up people you are going to lose alot too, not just the affected people that aren’t putting these monsters on their property.

  3. I say again…

    It is very difficult to get a judge to dismiss a claim if there is any (possibility of) “meat on the bone”.

    This will be interesting.

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