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A lot has changed for wind power development in Ontario since the release of Dirty Business: the reality of Ontario’s rush to wind power

  • Almost every wind power project in Ontario has been appealed
  • Legal actions and appeals are ongoing almost every week
  • 89 Ontario municipalities have declared themselves to be unwilling hosts to wind power
  • New community groups popping up to fight new wind power proposals

Result: Ontario is now seen as a very unfriendly place to develop wind energy

Here is an excerpt from the book, and a snapshot of how wind power invaded Ontario.

“This is a story of an epic success in marketing coupled with revenue potentials in the hundreds of billions of dollars. It is a story of greed and gold-rush style entrepreneurs. It is a story of complacent, naïve and opportunistic politicians who recognized the Brand as an easy political win. For our elected politicians it was an opportunity to make a strategic decision for their jurisdictions to which no one, at least no one who was rational, could possibly take opposition. And finally, it is a story of ruthless, old-fashioned business practice where opposition must be obliterated in pursuit of the deal.

This is the story of the dirty business of clean, free wind energy.”

(From “Selling wind: it’s just business” in Dirty Business.)

Read articles from Parker Gallant, Tom Adams, Rick Conroy and others who have dared to tell the truth about the folly of wind power on a large scale in Ontario!

ACT NOW: Just a few copies are left!

Take advantage of our closing out sale and purchase your copy of Dirty Business today for just $10 plus shipping. Email us at dirtybusinessbook@yahoo.ca

Opportunistic politicians: in Ontario, Dalton McGuinty led the province to expensive wind power and skyrocketing electricity bills

Opportunistic politicians: in Ontario, Dalton McGuinty led the province to expensive wind power and skyrocketing electricity bills

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