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Feb 29th, 2016
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Township plans to appeal wind project By Elliot Ferguson, Kingston Whig-Standard PLEVNA — North Frontenac Township is to appeal any large-scale wind energy project approved for the township. Township council agreed on Friday that an appeal to the Environmental Review Tribunal would be pursued i...
Feb 26th, 2016
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from the Alliance to Protect Prince Edward County  AWARE News Network Dear APPEC supporters, We are pleased to announce that APPEC’s appeal of wpd’s White Pines Wind Project has been upheld in part. The Tribunal has found that the White Pines project will cause serious and irreversible ha...
Feb 25th, 2016
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By Patrick Bales, The Orillia Packet & Times Clearview Township and the Town of Collingwood have a new ally in their fight to get a wind turbine development blown off course. County of Simcoe council voted Thursday to join the municipalities in their appeals of Fairview wind project, which propos...
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Feb 6th, 2016
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Letter to The Honourable William Francis Morneau, Minister of Finance Government of Canada Re: Pre-budget consultation 2016 Thank you for seeking input into Canada’s federal budget for 2016-17. This budget provides a great opportunity for Canada to shift to a cleaner, greener economy. I support the r...
Feb 4th, 2016
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By John Edwards  Collingwood Connection Salaries paid to executives and employees of Collus Powerstream may soon be divulged, after Collingwood council passed a motion, Wednesday, asking for the information. While Collus Powerstream – and Collus prior to that – are publicly-owned, the companies fall ...
Jan 29th, 2016
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By Frank Matys Orillia Today Orillia is weighing in on a nuclear waste dump proposed for the Great Lakes Basin. But city council stopped short of opposing the controversial plan by Ontario Power Generation, instead urging Canada’s environment minister to consider “all options” for a nuclear waste sto...
Jan 28th, 2016
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Environmental Commissioner also looking for numbers on construction, forestry and mining exemptions By Keith Leslie The Canadian Press TORONTO — Ontario’s new environmental commissioner says she’s not trying to target farmers by asking questions about the provincial tax exemption th...
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Jan 19th, 2016
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From Sierra Club Canada Foundation The new year began with one of Canada’s leading daily newspaper taking heat from two of its readers for its lukewarm coverage of the climate change crisis. The readers’ letters, published in the Toronto Star January 1, point to one of the steps you can take—today, n...
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Jan 7th, 2016
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from Ontario Clean Air Alliance While Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli crows about what a great deal the new contract with Bruce Power is, his government is simultaneously refusing to make public the key clauses in the deal that will determine the real price that we will pay for the next 49 years for po...
Dec 19th, 2015
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By Michael Pollan and Debbie Barker, The Washington Post December 4 2015 When Will Allen is asked to name the most beautiful part of his Vermont farm, he doesn’t talk about the verdant, rolling hills or easy access to the Connecticut River. Though the space is a picturesque postcard of the agrarian i...