With the recent explosion of a power plant in the United States, many in Oakville are asking the Premier of Ontario to implement a immediate moratorium on the proposed Oakville power plant coming to Oakville. The Town of Oakville has spent $350,000 so far with costs expected to cost another $1 million.
Do you want to know more about the 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant potentially being built in Oakville? Don’t miss the open house on Wed. Feb. 10 at 4-9:30 p.m. to find out more. [Read more...]
TransCanada is appealling a recent decision by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) to uphold a special interim control bylaw.
The Citizens for Clean Air (C4CA) held a meeting at John Knox Christian School attracting over 400 people to hear what can be done to ensure this development is stopped.
With the new 900-megawatt gas-fired power plant just around the corner, the time is more urgent than ever to increase the opposition to this power station being built in Oakville.
The decision by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) regarding whether or not the Town of Oakville can restrict expansion/construction of power plants with capacity greater than 10-megawatts may impact whether the new power plant is built in Oakville. [Read more...]
TransCanada placed an order for equipment being the plant has been approved. Considering that a final ruling has yet to happen by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) allowing the proposed power plant in Oakville, TransCanada has wasted no time assuming they have won and ordered parts. [Read more...]
Dr. David Balsille has been appointed to the Ontario government’s task force in charge of developing an improve air quality strategy. This affects Oakville and the surrounding areas considering that there is so much opposition to the proposed TransCanada power plant. [Read more...]
Oakville students protested the proposed power plant. Seems there are many people who are very upset with the recent decision to build a power plant so close to homes and schools it now includes students.
The Province needs to guarantee Oakville that the air quality will not suffer with the building of the gas fired power plant.
Oakville residents are concerned about the proposed power plant now slated to be built in ‘our backyards’.
The Town wants the Province to examine its environmental legislation noting that the Environmental Assessment Act (EAA) self accessment process is inadequate to protect our environment. [Read more...]