On January 19, 2017 Shaun and Trish Drennan will continue to pursue the Constitutional Challenge against the Green Energy Act. Self represented this time- they will be bringing before the Ontario Superior Court a revised statement of claim seeking remedy found in the protections guaranteed in Canada’s constitution. Most importantly the action’s goal is to actively use the law to grant relief and prevention of harm from wind powered complexes.
WHAT: Constitutional Challenge WHEN: January 19, 2017 10 am
WHERE: Goderich Court House (Ontario Superior Court-Divisional)
Unite The Fight
In 2014 four families (Dixon, Ryan, Drennan, Koplein) acted as the appellants leading the novel case. Falconers LLP acted on behalf of the families. The Court’s decision failed to move the contested issues towards the desired resolution. Documents from the hearing can be reviewed at: http://www.falconers.ca/casestudy/wind-turbines-drennan/
The renewable energy approvals for K2 Wind, Amrow Wind and St.Columban Wind remain in the sights and cross hairs of law and legal argument. If the action succeeds it will impact statutory authorities enabling wind power.
Mothers Against Wind Turbines joined forces with other community- based interest groups that formed the Community Coalition (14 groups in total) which was accepted as interveners in the original hearing in 2014. (Lambton County was accepted as an independent intervener)
Please show your support to Shaun and Trish. Your seats in the seats would be appreciated.