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Here’s Your Chance to Show How Much We Support the GEA in the GTA.

Tip o’ the hat to Ontario Wind Resistance

Sign the Petition to build an Industrial Wind Facility on the Leslie Street Spit in Toronto.

The Petition states as follows:

“Sunwincor International and our partners are actively engaged in planning and developing an exciting and ecologically balanced wind farm. The Leslie Wind Farm will be located on the Outer Harbour East Headland at the base of Leslie Street adjacent to Toronto, Ontario

With the help of the government of Ontario and as directed by the Green Energy Act it is our desire to begin a meaningful conversation with the local community to gain early support for this project.

Sunwincor is proud to be able to create important wind resources to produce healthy, clean, renewable electricity for Ontario communities.

If you would like more information on the Leslie Street Project please contact us.


Jafray Hinsen

Sunwincor International

Business Development, Canada

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

E-mail  JHinsen@sunwincor.com

(****Disclaimer:  Quixotes Last Stand is in no way connected with SunWinCor or the petition to bring industrial wind turbines to the Leslie Street Spit.)

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5 Comments on “Here’s Your Chance to Show How Much We Support the GEA in the GTA.”

  1. M. Spencley July 29, 2013 at 7:48 am #

    Stop the subsidies. Your uneconomical, old and dangerous wind factories are a blight on our landscapes and leading the province into bankruptcy. Stop trying to gouge Ontarian’s now.

  2. J. Aitchison July 30, 2013 at 10:09 am #

    @ M. Spencley….Please explain how Nuclear, Coal and Gas began if no subsidies and tax credits, nevermind how much the cancelled oakville gas plant, refurbishment of darlington nevermind the end of life or catastrophic event risks… and all other crappy dangerous facilites you would prefer to see power your home. Or are you off grid powering your home with your bicycle?

  3. Allie July 30, 2013 at 1:53 pm #

    While I am generally in favour of wind, sun and other renewable energy sources – the Leslie Street Spit is NOT the location. As a globally recognized migratory bird nesting area, as well as the northern home of migratory butterflies (and also the last bastion of a couple of endangered Southern Ontario species), this area is not suitable for a wind farm.

    • Donna Quixote July 30, 2013 at 1:59 pm #

      No area, Allie, is suitable for industrial wind turbines. They’re inefficient, unreliable, way too expensive and are considered ‘nuisance power’ by the grid operators. That’s why we usually end up having to pay the States to take it off our hands.

  4. Don Quixote's horse July 31, 2013 at 9:21 am #

    Not only that but this company appears to be bogus. Not listed anywhere. So what game are you guys playing anyway? And do you honestly think that the “wind resistance” will fall for it? LOL!!!!!

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