Review requested

Thunder Bay ProtestBy Matt Skube, Thunder Bay Television
The battle over the proposed Big Thunder Wind Park has hit the courts again. This time it’s the province facing a legal challenge. Horizon Wind Inc. has filed a notice of application for judicial review against the Ministry of the Environment in Ontario divisional court.

Kathleen MacKenzie, the Toronto-based company’s director of community and public affairs, said the judicial review is about Horizon’s renewable energy approval application for the proposed wind farm on the Nor’Wester Mountain Range. According to MacKenzie, Horizon has amended the application several times at the request of the Ministry, but it still hasn’t been deemed complete.

“We are asking the court to examine whether legislative and executive action in the Ministry of Environment has been exercised reasonably,” MacKenzie said, reached by phone. Read article

5 thoughts on “Review requested

  1. From reading the article and comments section there, It sure looks like there are a LOT of uneducated people up there !!.. The ones that are educated, have got it right, backed up by the facts about how bad these IWT’s are…The sooner we’re rid of these things, the better…

  2. “…asking the court to examine whether legislative and executive action in the Ministry of Environment has been exercised reasonably,”
    Some of us would be interested in the results. Some of us have the same concerns, albeit from a different perspective. lol

  3. The big boys are going to get their approvals and contracts ahead of the small fry companies.
    And right now it’s the projects with the largest number of turbines that need to be pushed through.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *