Reassessing properties affected by turbines

June 9, 2011

“My home has been on the market since 2009 and not only have we received no offers, not one person has come to look at our property”

Ripley homes bought out by wind developers

April 29, 2011

… (Huron-Kinloss Against Lakeside Turbines) President Mac Serra. The group recently discovered the sale of four of the five properties previously owned by the families that have been fighting Suncor and Acciona over their inability to lead normal lives in their own homes caused by the Ripley Wind Power Project.

The victims themselves cannot speak, silenced by a process which leaves the public in the dark over the true extent of the impact caused by industrial wind.


Bruce County: 5 Abandoned Homes in Ripley

April 11, 2011

Colling said he personally knows of five families in the Ripley area who have had to abandon their homes “and are living in motels paid for by the wind companies” because of serious health issues caused by turbines in their area.

Bruce County: 3 Homes Vacated

March 23, 2011

all three speakers from Huron-Kinloss who attended a public meeting in Seaforth on wind turbines are no longer living in their homes

Empty Homes in Norfolk & Bruce

March 2, 2011

“These things destroy your neighbourhood and your neighbours,” he said.

Four houses around his property are empty now.

…is 80 years old and sleeping on her son’s couch because she can’t go home. Everytime she goes home she gets a “stuffiness” in her ears and a “buzzing” in her brain. Her home is on the north shore of Lake Erie and surrounded by 18 wind turbines. She’s convinced they’re the source of her troubles.

“I’ve been trying to sell for over a year but no one wants to buy it. I can see every one of the turbines,” she said.