Provincially Significant Wetlands

Provincially Significant Wetlands are “areas defined by the province as being the most valuable … Wetlands are among the most productive and biologically diverse habitats on the planet.” (Ministry of Natural Resources)

  •  By the 1980’s 68% of southern Ontario’s wetlands had been lost. .

The Ostrander Point environmental assessment said, “No wetland features were identified within the project location.” Ted Cheskey of Nature Canada visited the proposed site of turbine #3 in June, 2012 and found himself ankle-deep in water. No wetlands? What do you think?


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