Answers needed

When it comes to the water well issues faced by an ever-increasing number
of home owners in north Chatham-Kent since construction began on wind
turbines, it seems the people have reached their saturation point with
government stalling on the issue.

As stated in our story on page 9 of this edition, the lack of answers from Queen’s Park on when the people can expect to see a health hazard investigation into the potential hazards of drinking ...

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OH NO, WE’RE ANOTHER FLINT MICHIGAN. OUR AQUIFER IS POLLUTED

😪 OH NO, WE’RE ANOTHER FLINT MICHIGAN. OUR AQUIFER IS POLLUTED.

 

 

😡 Thank you to everyone who allowed this; Thanks Premier Wynne. Thanks Mayor Hope. Thanks MOECC. Thanks C-K Public Health Unit. Thanks local MPPs.

😱 When are any of these people going to realize two township’s Natural Water Supplies in North Chatham-Kent are now polluted?

When did any of these people since this problem began in 2012 in Dover Township ask to have the polluting black solids tested ...

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Water Wells First gets Support at Queens Park

 

 

On Monday, April 3rd 2017 Water Wells First Spokesperson Kevin Jakubec was invited to Queens Park by Rick Nicholls MPP (Chatham-Kent-Essex) to meet with Monte McNaughton MPP ( Lambton- Kent-Middlesex) and Ted Arnott MPP (Wellington-Halton Hills) the Environment and Climate Change Critic to discuss serious concerns over the safety and reliability of the ground water underlying North Chatham-Kent.

MPP SupportMOECC Minister ...

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