A retired Plympton-Wyoming resident was staging a second protest of Suncor’s Cedar Point wind project at the Sarnia refinery Monday afternoon.
Ed Vanderaa conducted a similar demonstration last Thursday offering staff a flyer outlining his concerns and asked that the company not start construction until an upcoming environmental review tribunal is complete and subsequent legal appeals are exhausted. Vanderaa says Suncor is doing a disservice to its own employees and their families. Read article
Protesters oppose plans for more wind turbines in Lambton County
By Paul Morden, Sarnia Observer
Opponents of Suncor Energy’s plan to build 46 wind turbines in Lambton County held signs outside gates of the company’s Sarnia refinery Monday afternoon, and offered flyers to workers as they finished their shifts. Suncor recently received provincial environmental approval to build its Cedar Point wind energy project in Plympton-Wyoming, Lambton Shores and Warwick Township.
“We were here last Thursday, doing the exact same thing,” said Ed Vanderaa, a Plympton-Wyoming resident who organized the protest. Read article