Fort William First Nation Granted Adjournment

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Stopping the project is the goal of Fort William First Nation. Chief Morrisseau asserts their community has never been properly consulted.
Stopping the project is the goal of Fort William First Nation. Chief Morrisseau asserts their community has never been properly consulted.

Fight Against Wind Farm Continues

THUNDER BAY – Fort William First Nation has been granted an adjournment at Superior Court this morning in the ongoing fight with Horizon Wind over a proposed wind farm on the Nor’Westers.

Justice Fitzpatrick heard from all sides in the hearing at the Court House on Brodie Street in Thunder Bay. Horizon Wind has been granted access to the hearings.

The adjournment was sought after moves by the Ontario Government announced by MPP Bill Mauro that the Ontario Government would not rule on the issue until Fort William First Nations concerns were heard.

Stopping the project is the goal of Fort William First Nation. Chief Morrisseau asserts their community has never been properly consulted.
Stopping the project is the goal of Fort William First Nation. Chief Morrisseau asserts their community has never been properly consulted.
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