Wednesday, February 22, 2017


The wind-power company that won a $28-million trade award over the Ontario government’s decision to kill its Lake Ontario wind farm is going to court to collect, it said Tuesday.
Windstream Energy hasn’t been paid the damages an international tribunal awarded it at the end of September. Because the ruling is a trade dispute — Windstream is U.S.-based, and alleged it was treated unfairly in part because of that — it’s the federal government that’s supposed to pay up.

1 comment:

  1. I would like every Liberal voter to please stand up and take a round of applause.