Massive blaze sparked by off road construction for Henvey Wind that occurred in July 2018 linked to vehicle used for Pattern Energy project.
BREAKING NEWS: Ontario fire investigators clear wind developer Pattern Energy and workers on Henvey Inlet wind farm, after off road construction vehicle ignited 11,000 hecatare blaze that destroyed large chunk of French River provincial park last summer. @CBCNews @CBCSudbury pic.twitter.com/Hi7lKWQxsx
— dave seglins (@cbcdaveseglins) February 22, 2019
|Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry|
Investigation into Parry Sound Wildland Fire Concludes
February 22, 2019 2:00 P.M.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has completed its extensive investigation into the Parry Sound 33 wildland fire.
The ministry’s team of investigators found that the fire originated at the location of a disabled vehicle in a remote area of Henvey Inlet. Assistance was sought from a forensic fire expert.
While the investigation was able to determine the origin of the fire, no provincial offence under the Forest Fires Prevention Act was found to have been committed.
Source: News Ontario
|Justine Lewkowicz Minister’s Office
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