Wind turbine application deemed complete
Wpd Canada, the company that wants to erect eight wind turbines on land just west of Stayner, says the province has deemed its application for the project complete. The application has been uploaded to the province’s Environmental Registry ( where people can review it and make comment.

The province says that all comments received prior to Feb. 1, 2014 will be considered as part of the decision-making process, which also includes a technical evaluation of the application. Kevin Surette, a Wpd spokesperson, said the province can now take up to six months to rule on the application. Read article

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  1. It seems to me that Premier Wynne can be sued for breach of promise! She told us that the government would not force wind turbine projects on unwilling communities. This gave us hope. We believed her! Yet she continues to allow wind companies to submit applications to the Environmental Review for final approval to build industrial projects in a township that has declared itself an unwilling host community. Those of us that trusted our Premier’s word and therefore spent money on our homes that we had been holding off on due to the devaluation of our homes should the wind project come through based on believing her and trusting that she would not back peddle on this, we have been lead or lulled into a false sense of security. In fact, I propose that the Premier told us an outright lie! Why would she do this??? Would it be to stop us from protesting!

    I would like to see all 74 municipalities that took our Premier at her word and declared themselves an unwilling host of industrial wind projects in their communities take legal action against our Premier. The Premier of our province holds a position of trust and as such has an obligation to be held accountable to her word. We must carry through with a law suit charging Ms. Katheleen Wynne for Breach of Promise immediately.

    Yours sincerely,

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