Reevely: Six years in, time to turf $500M lawsuit over cancelled wind farm, province’s lawyers say
Ottawa Citizen

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By David Reevely, Ottawa Citizen, October 18, 2017

Ontario government lawyers are making another run at dismissing a $500-million lawsuit over the cancellation of a massive wind-power station that might have been built in Lake Ontario off Kingston, a case that’s been in litigation for more than six years.

The government’s lawyers say the case is “plainly devoid of merit” and should be tossed, in their formal notice of their intentions filed in September.

Trillium Power Wind Corp.’s lawyer says the government just doesn’t want the evidence the company has to come out in court.

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