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T-shirt and Banner Images

We’re getting requests for these image files for t-shirts and banners.  If you would like  a copy of the file to have them printed for yourself or your group, please send us an email (KeepOntarioBeautiful@hotmail.ca) and we’ll forward the image file to you. — Donna Quixote       First Banner Second Banner

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Words of Wisdom for Ken Lewenza and the CAW

“No matter how far you’ve travelled down the wrong road…turn back.”  – Turkish proverb

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The Disappearance of Southern Ontario

  Originally Posted on Ontario Wind Resistance — Click here Click on image to enlarge it.

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If McGuinty Has His Way….

This is what we can look forward to, if McGuinty’s destruction of our beautiful province is allowed to continue unabated.     Our provincial tag of “Keep Ontario Beautiful” will soon be cast aside as it will no longer hold true.  What a sad future we’re leaving for our descendents.  They won’t have any idea what the […]

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Putting the Size into Perspective

Imagine your house surrounded by 20 to 30 of these.  Then imagine the noise.

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McGuinty’s Vision

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New Homes Put on Hold in Port Elgin.

One of three building lots where the purchaser backed out, after learning of the CAW wind turbine being built only a short distance away from this subdivision.  Another builder (Mariposa Homes) lost an entire block sale of houses.  Again, special thanks go to Dalton McGuinty,  Ken Lewenza and the CAW leaders who made this vision possible.

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Pictures of Port Elgin…before and after the CAW wind turbine

Let’s make a comparison here. This is the view from the Port Elgin main beach before the CAW wind turbine… And this is the view after the turbine was built…. (the snowfence at the bottom of the picture is not there all year long.  Just during the winter months.) Which one would you say is […]

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