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From the Examiner: MoE looks at transfer of C of A to another owner

Private sale feared

By RAYMOND BOWE | Barrie Examiner, August 27, 2009

Despite a one-year construction moratorium at landfill Site 41, there

are fears that Simcoe County could sell the property — and its

certificate of approval issued by the Ministry of the Environment — to

a private company that would continue the project.

That would quickly eliminate the political infighting over the

controversial landfill, but it remains to be seen whether it could

actually happen.

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Officials with the Ministry of the Environment’s Barrie district office

said they are reviewing whether the certificate, issued in 2006, can be

transferred to another owner.

Boy, these slime buckets just don't quit!

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(Mr Can, you are self-absorbed racist pig. Being 'Christian' is no excuse.

GTF out of this thread please!!)

I'd like to know what experience with multiculturalism you have living in a pretty much 100% white community?

You are always telling these forums how great it is yet you refuse to live in it, why is that?

Isn't that a tad hypocritical?

It's ignorant at the very least. You not living in Toronto yet telling the forums how great minorities are of which you have no idea about.

You're another fine example of a white liberal idealist who likes the sound of helping out minorities but would never live near them.

I find it hilarious.

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Perhaps it's time Aileen Carroll weighed in on this one, anyway.

The political price can rightly fall on more heads than just the councillors of Simcoe county.

The Ontario Ministry of the Environment is the next target, because they approved the certificate that will allow the land to be sold as a dumpsite. grrr!

All provincial MPP's should be targets for complaints about this,

emails here: http://dawn.thot.net/ontario-mpp.html#2

but especially the Minister of the Environment and the premier. (emails above)

However, for the land to be sold, Simcoe County Council has to approve the sale, because they own the land. (emails provided earlier in the thread)

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We tried to build facilities to turn waste into energy but were blocked by people like you, liberals. So live with it. Landfills are here to stay, thank your local Liberal, NDP MP and MPP.

"We" did did "we" ? Do you mean the whole country?

and ... would you like to provide a ferinstance for discussion?

It appears its coming around again.

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"We" did did "we" ? Do you mean the whole country?

and ... would you like to provide a ferinstance for discussion?

It appears its coming around again.

Since the 80's we've been pushing for incinerators but have been stymied by the liberal and left wing. So I guess they support destroying wild life.

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Since the 80's we've been pushing for incinerators but have been stymied by the liberal and left wing. So I guess they support destroying wild life.

Yes the incinerator idea was very unpopular in

Canada. Reminded older people of the smell from local garbage burning, and many of the incinerators weren't much better than open burning.

However, the technology has improved immensely.

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Yes the incinerator idea was very unpopular in

Canada. Reminded older people of the smell from local garbage burning, and many of the incinerators weren't much better than open burning.

However, the technology has improved immensely.

Technology can never create holy water - this water and all clean unadulterated water is holy.. The air is holy also - as we are....time to respect ourselves as such.

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Technology can never create holy water - this water and all clean unadulterated water is holy.. The air is holy also - as we are....time to respect ourselves as such.

http://www.sault-canada.com/development/in...l=0,3,43,53,407

In 2008, Sault Ste. Marie City Council passed a resolution declaring the community “The Alternative Energy Capital of North America.”

It was a bold claim — one that, if not backed up, could potentially place the city at the butt end of more than a few nasty jokes.

However, the claim was by no means an empty one.

It was substantiated — big time. Taken as a whole, the following projects provide more than enough evidence to support the declaration: wind energy, hydroelectric stations, solar energy, cogeneration projects, waste-to-energy, reverse polymerization, biomass, biodiesel, fibre crop and methane collection.

Together, these initiatives will generate more than 560 megawatts of electricity, enough to power over 200,000 homes across the province.

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BRANTFORD: Opponents force logging crew to pack up

Native activists and nonnative environmental advocates combined to stymie an aggregate company on the first day of its attempt to log nearly 1,300 trees from a forested area and plantation it owns on the city's outskirts.

A crew hired by Telephone City Aggregates packed its equipment and drove out of the area around noon Monday after being confronted by opponents that included native activists and cyclists and hikers using the Grand Valley Trail who are angry that a stretch had been cut off to allow for cutting.

Company officials did not returns calls for an interview.

Advocate Mary Lou Knechtel went early in the morning to an area once known as Ibor Park -- a long-defunct scout camp -- west of the northwest business park, just south of Highway 403 and by the eastern bank of the Grand River.

She talked to members of the cutting crew. Soon others showed up, including trail users angry at the imposition of barricades without sufficient notice or consultation.

"A lot of people who use the trail in that area are concerned," Knechtel said in a later interview.

"They feel it is unique, and to harvest timber there would cause a lot of damage."

At one point, Vince Gilchrist, of the Haudenosaunee Men's Fire, told the workers about native concerns over cutting in the area, and suggested they should pack up their equipment and leave.

After a short discussion, the workers complied, and began putting equipment on a truck.

An interesting development ... locals from Brantford working with Six Nations to protect the land. Wonderful!

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Imagine who the people are and what they think on a daily basis..those that don't give a damn for any other human being - or for any living creature - or for nature itself - not to mention the good health and longevity of human beings. These people are unbelievable ---- those that are willing to posion our water hole - and for what? Short term finacial gain? I suspect that these that want to destroy us do it out of sheer spite - and a less than primative instinct to kill for no good reason other than blood sport. To hell with these idiots and time to run them out of town.. :rolleyes:

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