Suncor Nauvoo Wind Project
Links provided for information regarding the Suncor Nauvoo Wind Power Project
- Community Engagement Plan
- Project Description and Frequently Asked Questions
- LRP (Large Renewable Procurement) Process Summary
- Notice of Public Community Meeting - For a project proposal under the LRP.
O.P.P. - Internet Based Reporting System
The O.P.P. has introduced a internet-based reporting system as an alternate method for reporting non-emergency incidents to police.
For more information on this, visit http://www.opp.ca/reporting//
Texting with 9-1-1
Sarnia Lambton residents who are deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech impaired will soon have an alternative method of communicating with 9-1-1 call takers.
Text with 9-1-1 (T9-1-1) will be available across Lambton Country beginning April 15, 2015. Cell phone users whose phones have the capability to send and receive text messages and are compatible with the T9-1-1 program must register for the service on their cell phone provider’s website.
In times of emergency, registered users will have to dial 9-1-1 on their registered cell phones at which time the call taker will receive an indicator that alerts them of the need to communicate with the caller via text message. The 9-1-1 call taker will then initiate text messaging with the caller to address the emergency.
Text messages sent to the digits “9-1-1” do not reach emergency services. Users are asked not to contact 9-1-1 to verify their registrations. Registrations can be verified by checking with the user’s cell phone provider.
The T9-1-1 program is offered to all Lambton County residents courtesy of County of Lambton and Sarnia Police Services.
For more information regarding T9-1-1, please visit www.textwith911.ca
Jericho Wind Energy Centre
Jericho Wind Energy Centre now has a dedicated line if you have any questions or concerns regarding the operation of a facility. To contact, call 1-877-463-4963