Ontario ministry sued over ‘failure to protect public from industrial wind turbine noise’ #ON

By National Wind Watch A judicial review application has been filed against the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change in the Divisional Court in Toronto. The application alleges Ontario regulations and directives limit the amount of noise any residence in the province should have to tolerate from a wind project. Modelling is used to predict these impacts. “The government knows the modeling done by wind companies is wrong,” said Eric Gillespie, legal counsel for the court applicant. “However, the government now doesn’t require . . .

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