So it begins and to be continued. Christine Burke started legal action challenging the Ontario Government, Ministry employees and the Wind companies. October 30, 2019 @ 10am is the next scheduled court date.
SAVE THE DATE come out and show your support. Car pooling is encouraged.
Next Court Date: October 30, 2019 @ 10am
(Dates and times subject to change on short notice)
Location: Blenheim court house, 21633 Communications Rd, RR#5, Blenheim
“The accusations – largely concerning the potential for contamination of private water wells by black shale and hazardous metals in the North Kent area – were submitted by Dover resident Christine Burke. The private prosecution charges – filed under section 14 of the Environmental Protection Act – name Ontario Environment minister Jeff Yurek, the Ministry of the Environment and several wind turbine companies with projects in the area.”
Wind case put over to Oct. 30|by: Trevor Terfolth|Chatham Daily News| August 14, 2019
Court adjourned until October for wind turbine, Environmental Protection Act charges|CBC News|August 14, 2019
“When the pile driving and construction of the wind turbines started on our shallow aquifer our drinking water slowly turned black and is now unsafe to consume, cook with or even bathe in,” she says in court documents. “This issue continues today and we are not the only family affected by this devastation.”
Engie Canada, Pattern Energy Group and Samsung Renewable Energy are all also charged in relation to their work building the East Lake St. Clair Wind Farm and North Kent 1 Wind Farm.”
Ontario minister, wind companies charged under environmental protection act| | Published July 26, 2019- The Star