Monthly Archives: October 2012

Ask Why

The Ontarian, the University of Guelph student publication, ran an opinion piece called Give Wind A Chance which we felt was poorly researched and straight out of the CanWEA propaganda leaflets. In contrast to ON Nature, the Ontarian not only … Continue reading

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An open letter to Dalton McGuinty

We came upon this open letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty from a University of Guelph student Carleigh Cathcart and thought it well worth re-posting here: Dear Premier McGuinty, In the wake of your resignation announcement this week, I would like … Continue reading

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Respect is a two-way street

Recently one of our members tried posting a comment/reply to a story called Wind Wars: How we can live with turbines without wrecking the wilderness by Anne Bell in Ontario Nature Magazine. Ontario Nature’s moderator took exception to the following … Continue reading

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Green IS the old Black

While urbs such as SSM and Windsor are still competing to wear the outmoded mantle of “green”, the more style and science conscious are realizing that alternative energy is just fossil fuels rebranded. The book “Green Illusions” was written by¬†Ozzie … Continue reading

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