Ontario Divisional Court rejects anti-wind constitutional claim

It's a shame that this has to go to court. I can't help but feel that, whatever the environmental and health impacts of wind power might be, the impacts of coal and gas power are much much worse.

Anti-wind protesters continue to lose all Ontario legal cases based on concerns about human health. After numerous anti-wind appeals to the Environmental Review Tribunal were rejected, because they did not meet the Environmental Protection Act / Green Energy Act test for stopping renewable energy projects, anti-wind litigants argued that the statutory test was itself unconstitutional and contrary to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Ontario Divisional Court has now definitively rejected that argument.