Ontario’s wind dictatorship

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s government recently authorized a multinational German corporation to build nine mammoth wind turbines in the Prince Edward County hamlet of Milford.

Why? The project has been dramatically scaled down over the years due to various agreements and environmental rulings.

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  • Waffle

    Ontarians continue to demonstrate their infinite capacity for pain.

    • Well the public service unions etc will if they want keep her in power as they will wring the rest of us out for all the cash they want, so they won’t suffer, and if not Wynne Patrick Brown will suffice.

      • Waffle

        .Waiting for the farce of an election is not necessarily the solution.

  • JoKeR

    A warning for all! Never be downwind from Wynne!

  • Oh, more of the same failed policies.

    Wynne is a b!#ch who really hates Ontario and everyone in it.

  • WalterBannon

    wynne belongs in prison

    • Alain

      Same for the one she replaced.

  • deplorabledave

    sorry for this but;

    The definition of Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

    and on so many levels.

  • deplorabledave

    These assholes should be tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail.

    • mauser 98

      Wynne minority government

      • simus1

        Plus mr Brown defeated in his own riding would help a lot.

  • ECM

    There’s a grip of these just outside Lindsay, ON, and they spend most of their time not spinning, unlike the left and its ‘green’ energy propagandists which spin like tops every time the topic of the ‘benefits’ of renewables comes up–perhaps we can just hook up a turbine to their mouths and cut out the middleman.

    • DMB

      I would say in Ontario Nanticoke & much of the rest of Haldimand country has the highest concentration of wind turbines in this province. Nanticoke is Ontario’s most industrialized small town in this province with two major industrial businesses Stelco and Ontario Power Generation station. It is a major shipping port transporting goods such as minerals across Lake Erie. Other than that the rest of the town is farm land. On most of the farm land there is nothing but wind turbines as far as the eye can see not to mention some industrial solar panels. Between that and the massively large hydro lines right through the town which transport electricity from the OPG plant to much of the Greater Toronto Area and neighboring communities. Nanticoke looks like a rural version of Detroit that is how badly devastated that community is largely due to wind turbines and other destructive anti rural polices Liberals have implemented.