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Jim Wiegand, wildlife biologist — East County Magazine — September 28, 2013 While Altamont Pass operators have been hiding most of their wind turbine mortality with search intervals of 30-90 days, the rest of North American wind farms hide mortality by using search areas that are far too small. By using only 50 meter search […]

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Jim Wiegand — The Truth about Wolfe Island bird mortality rates

Jim Wiegand — January 18, 2013 Here is a little more proof about how the Wolf Island Mortality studies were designed to find only a fraction of the birds killed by their huge turbines. This information is very important so the public can understand the true character of the wind industry. Mortality studies years ago […]

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Wind Farm Realities — Wolfe Island, Property Values and MPAC

From Wind Farm Realities — September 19, 2012 Wolfe Island is located at the far eastern end of Lake Ontario and is traditionally considered to be the start of the St. Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands.  There is no doubt it is part of one of the loveliest areas in the world as well […]

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Wolfe Island MPAC assessments used by Algoma residents to help their cause

Elaine Della-Mattia — Sault Star — September 19, 2012 An information meeting is to be held next Tuesday concerning the proposed 25 MW Goulais Wind Farm. The first information session, to be hosted by Sprott Power Corp., will be held between 1 and 3 p.m. at the Captain Tilley Community Centre, 592 Highway 552 W. […]

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MPAC documents show some Wolfe Island property values plummet by over $100,000

Dear Huron East Council, Further to my deputation(s) regarding property devaluation by wind projects – I wish to forward some information I finally received from MPAC (as promised) regarding what has happened on Wolfe Island with regard to property assessment reductions.  It hosts the province’s second largest wind farm.  I am including the list of property assessment reductions […]

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