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He finds relief by sleeping away from home or in the unfinished basement, which requires his shutting down the furnace and thereby cutting off heat to the house. http://appec.wordpress.com/2013/05/10/may-9th-at-the-ert/
The bobolink (bird) is protected under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), which makes it illegal “to kill, harm and harass… as well as damage and destroy the habitat” of threatened species. To legalize the killing of 2 other species, the Government of Ontario granted this exemption for the Ostrander Point project in eastern Ontario. Now they are granting a similar exemption for the Bluewater project, although they no longer use the words kill, harm, harass, damage, destroy.
The wind company “is seeking a permit under clause 17(2)(c) of the Endangered Species Act, 2007 (ESA) to authorize an activity that would otherwise contravene section 10 of the ESA with respect to Bobolink in order to construct a wind farm near the community of Bayfield, Ontario”.
Members of the public are invited to submit their written comments by May 31, 2013 by email to email@example.com and quote ER number 011-8951 in the subject line.
the province has already lost $2 billion in electricity exports because power generated by wind often has to be exported at a loss.
“Eighty per cent of Ontario’s generation of electricity from wind power occurs at times and seasons so far out of phase with demand that the entire output is surplus and is exported at a substantial loss,” the report says. “Data from the Independent Electricity System Operator shows Ontario now loses, on average, $24,000 per operating hour on such sales, totalling $200 million annually.” Read article Sun