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Brakes put on Grand Bend Wind Farm

John Milner — London Free Press — July 8, 2014 Faced with appeals against its $380-million project hugging the Lake Huron shoreline, the developer of the Grand Bend Wind Farm is applying the brakes.​ Some preliminary work for the wind farm will likely start later this year, but major construction now won’t begin until the […]

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April 6, 2014 Turbine Protest at Thedford Bog, Ontario

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Wind farm planned near Grand Bend

Paul Morden —  Sarnia Observer — March 28, 2013 Aamjiwnaang First Nation officials gathered Thursday to celebrate the community’s investment in a $380-million wind farm near Grand Bend. Aamjiwnaang and Bkejwanong First Nation at Walpole Island have each taken 25% shares in Northland Power’s Grand Bend Wind Farm project. “We’re expecting a large influx of […]

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Grand Bend residents take control of Pembina wind meeting … Democracy rears its battered head

From Lorrie Gillis — June 26, 2012 Pembina Institute dog and pony show limps away from Grand Bend Pembina Institute is promoting wind energy in three meetings. I would estimate that 90 percent of the audience attending this evening’s meeting in Grand Bend did not have the same agenda and the meeting belonged to the majority […]

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Turbines soar to a new level

ENERGY: Think there are a lot of wind farms already dotting our landscape? The number will soon more than double from 1,200 JOHN MINER, THE LONDON FREE PRESS — May 18, 2012 Rose Vlemmic has one word to describe the giant wind turbines about to be built behind her Grand Bend home: Ugly. “It’s just […]

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