News Reporter, Toronto Star
Published on Thursday August 08 2013
Cindy Sutch, who lives amid the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine, about 45 kilometres northeast of Oshawa, is a vocal advocate for the preservation of southern Ontario’s “rain barrel.”
And like most environmentalists, she also supports efforts to reduce the province’s reliance on fossil fuels.
But recently, a handful of wind energy projects proposed for the moraine have thrown this pair of ordinarily simpatico beliefs into conflict.
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