There will be blood on the ground: permission to kill and do serious, irreversible harm

I was not aware the government had already done away with the endangered species act requirments last week’s court ruling bizarrely emphasized.
I thought the goverment could simply issue a permit to kill any animal they wanted – didn’t realize that was far more room for slaughter.

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An Ontario Divisional Court overturned last year’s decision by the Ontario Environmental Review Tribunal that stopped the construction of nine industrial wind turbines that would despoil the environmentally sensitive Ostrander Point, situated on provincially-owned Crown land in Prince Edward County. Last year, the Tribunal had revoked the approval, given by the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) in December 2012, on the basis that the Blanding’s turtle would suffer serious and irreversible harm if the development went ahead.

The MOE joined the project proponent, Gilead Power, in an appeal of the Tribunal’s ruling to the Ontario Divisional Court. “Three lawyers from the Ministry of Environment and the Attorney General’s office argued that their own MOE-appointed panel had erred,” said the Wellington Times.

With the Divisional Court’s decision on February 20, 2014, Gilead Power Corporation is once again entitled, according to the permit it was originally granted on July 23, 2012 by the Ontario…

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