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Wainfleet Wind Energy hearing underway

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Wainfleet Wind Energy hearing underway

Skydive Burnaby is using fear mongering to try and stop Wainfleet Wind Energy Inc.’s wind turbine project, lawyer Scott Stoll said Monday morning during the opening day of Environmental Review Tribunal hearings. Stoll, representing Wainfleet Wind Energy Inc. on behalf of the law firm Aird & Berlis, said there’s an inherent risk in skydiving as […]

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Wainfleet Wind Energy hearing: live reporting

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Wainfleet Wind Energy hearing: live reporting

An Environmental Tribunal Hearing is currently underway on the Wainfleet Wind Energy Inc. wind turbine project. I’ll be reporting from the hearing.

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Paul Ruzycki home in Canada

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Paul Ruzycki home in Canada

Flight landed in Toronto Paul Ruzycki set foot on Canadian soil just after 7:30 p.m. Friday night, 101 days after being arrested and detained by Russian authorities for his part in a protest against a Gazprom-owned and operated oil rig in the Pechora Sea. Ruzycki, a Greenpeace activist from Port Colborne, Ont., flew out St. […]

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Wainfleet man arrested after foot pursuit

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Wainfleet man arrested after foot pursuit

K9 unit tracks man for 2.5 kilometres A 45 year old Wainfleet man was arrested Friday morning after a Niagara Regional Police K9 unit tracked him for 2.5 kilometres through farmers’ fields and into a wooded area in rural Port Colborne, Ont. Police spokesman Const. Derek Watson said an officer on patrol at 3:19 a.m. […]

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Police in foot pursuit in Port Colborne

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Police in foot pursuit in Port Colborne

Niagara Regional Police were involved in a foot pursuit in a wooded area off of Hwy. 140 and Ramey Rd. in Port Colborne sometime near 3:30 a.m. Friday. Port Colborne Fire and Emergency Services were called to the area for the report of a possible structure fire. Once on scene, the fire service found a […]

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Paul Ruzycki could be home by New Years

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Paul Ruzycki could be home by New Years

Paul Ruzycki should have an exit visa allowing him to leave Russia late Thursday, Dec. 26 or early Friday, Dec. 27., said his sister Patti Stirling. “It’s almost over,” said Stirling from her Port Colborne, Ont. home. Ruzycki, a Greenpeace activist from Port Colborne, and fellow Canadian and Alexandre Paul, of Montreal, QC, were arrested […]

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