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A Heartbreaking Video of Another Family Forced to Leave Ontario

The Ontario Liberals should really be brought up on charges of crimes against humanity or any other breech of public trust laws that can be found.  They are the most uncaring, callous government this country has ever seen. Click on picture to view video.   Related video: Hydro Prices Devastating Rural Ontario      

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UK: Seniors and Many Families with Children are Too Poor to Heat Their Homes Thanks to Skyrocketing Energy Bills

(The same situation is happening more often here in Ontario, as various charities report that they are already out of funds for the season to help those who can’t afford their electricity bills and the Auditor General has advised that Ontarians pay billions extra, unnecessarily, for hydro.  And still, the ridiculous green agenda steamrolls on. […]

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UK: Wind Companies cash in, reaping huge profits while families suffer blackouts

“In the past two weeks, as householders suffered power cuts, wind farms were paid £4.8million to switch off their turbines.” Energy firms cash in on storms by leaving wind turbines idle as some power companies boost takings by a THIRD Sam Greenhill, Rebecca Evans, Tim Shipman — Daily Mail (UK) — December 31, 2013 Figure […]

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Ireland — Families sue wind farm operator for loss of sleep and adverse health effects

Michael Clifford — The Irish Examiner — March 19, 2013 A group of families in a north Cork village are suing a wind farm operator in a landmark case, claiming the huge turbines are adversely affecting their health. The seven families from Banteer claim they have been severely impacted, particularly through noise pollution, since the […]

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U.K. — Four million households in fuel poverty this year

Emma Wall — The Telegraph — May 20, 2012 Nearly four million households are expected to fall into fuel poverty this year, according to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (Decc). The number of UK households in fuel poverty dropped from 5.5 million in 2009 to 4.75 million in 2010, new figures show. But […]

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