People in the region are strongly opposing the installation of wind turbines in their neighborhood but yes to the maximum of their favor at least the government has planned to study if their health remains at any dangers from the turbines.
Local people are really pleased with the decision of Health Canada to find the possible links if noise from the giant structures is affecting or spoiling the health of people living near them.
No comments have yet come from the officials about what will be the procedure ahead if evidences of adverse health effects are found.
Government has plans of installation of hundreds of wind turbines in Niagara, Haldimand and Norfolk. But the projects can start only if no ill health effects are found in people living near turbines.
Supporting the positive side of the issue, a report was also issued by Ontario Medical Officer of Health, which claimed no evidence showing any adverse impact of wind turbines upon public health.
Federal Health Minister Ms. Leona Aglukkaq has confirmed on Tuesday about the study that will be soon conducted by Ottawa. She said that the study "is in response to questions from residents living near wind farms, about possible health effects of low-frequency noise generated by wind turbines".
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