Nanticoke Open House Tuesday, December 10th

December 6, 2013

PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE

PROPOSED LAKE ERIE CONNECTOR FROM NANTICOKE, ONTARIO TO ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA Read the rest of this entry »


Map of industrial wind turbines in Norfolk

May 28, 2012

As seen on http://ontario-wind-resistance.org/


Local Group(s)

March 19, 2012

To find the group(s) in your municipality, click below:

http://ontario-wind-resistance.org/member-pages/


Haldimand County industrial wind turbine maps

February 16, 2012

Haldimand County:


Norfolk families have taken to leaving their homes

November 14, 2011

… have taken to leaving their homes for as long as is possible within each family’s circumstances just to get away from the turbine’s.   One of our members has been able to get away to Australia, some stay with relatives for 3/4 days every other weekend or weeks on end, some work out of the area and get 10/12 hour “breaks”, others just manage 36 hour overnight escapes sporadically. 

What we NEED is to get away permanently.  Our health will continue to deteriorate.

http://windconcernsontario.wordpress.com/2011/11/12/mike-crawley-walks-away-from-damaged-caused/


Clear Creek residents displaced by wind turbines

October 3, 2011

… she now sleeps on a couch in her son’s trailer, 12 kilometres away, and only returns to her house to eat breakfast and dinner and use the internet.

“I had to get out,” … “It was getting so, so bad. And I had to disclose the health issues I had. I was told by two prominent lawyers that I would be sued if the ensuing purchasers were to develop health problems.”

… has a historic home in Clear Creek, refuses to sell it and instead has become a nomad, renting from place to place with her son, to avoid the ill effects of the turbines.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/story/2011/09/30/ontario-wind-power-property-values.html


Norfolk resident forced from home

June 27, 2011

… As a temporary solution, I have rented a place to sleep. Once away from the 18 Vestas, the other symptoms: stuffed ears, constant buzzing in the brain, vertigo and nausea, slowly drop off until I have to return every 72 hours to monitor my home for insurance purposes, then the symptoms return. Read the rest of this entry »