Sunday, May 30, 2010

Thanks for visiting, and thank you for your interest in knowing more about how you can help protect the Petawawa River

Please take a moment to read through the information provided below. We have tried to keep it current, but this website - just like everyone else - struggles to get information from a damn developer that is unwilling to share.

We'll try our best to keep you informed.

What can you do to help?

1. E-mail this website ( and the Currents video clip about the project: to all those you know that may have an interest in knowing more about the project.

2. When you send your e-mail, Cc and we'll add you to the mailing list when there is new information to share. Or, just send an e-mail and we'll keep you posted.

3. This is the big one. We are asking you to write in to several people to express your concern about the project and the Green Energy Act specifically how the power to make decisions has been ripped from the hands of the very communities most affected by the projects.

If you scroll right to the bottom, you will find a form letter that you can use, or feel free to pull from your own.

Send it to:

We are still a year or two away from the actual shovels hitting the ground on this one, so please speak up and try to save this river. It needs our help.



1 comment:

  1. My name is Vanesa Enskaitis and I handle the Stakeholder Relations at Xeneca Power Development. This message is intended for Phillip Kompass, whom I have been in constant contact with over the past year. We have and always will, value and welcome public input into the proposed projects on the Petawawa River. We want to insure that Mr. Kompass is not having trouble with his email as we have responded to his request for more information most recently on June 23rd and a follow-up on June 28th. These emails sent to Mr. Kompass have requested that he call Mark Holmes, who will gladly clarify some points to which Mr. Kompass requested clarification. We look forward to hearing from Mr. Kompass by telephone.