Log in or start a trial to access this article

The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that threw out Trillium Power’s lawsuit seeking C$2.25bn ($2.15bn) in damages from the provincial government for its February 2011 decision to freeze offshore wind development in the Great Lakes.

Trillium wins another day in court

The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that threw out Trillium Power’s lawsuit seeking C$2.25bn ($2.15bn) in damages from the provincial government for its February 2011 decision to freeze offshore wind development in the Great Lakes.

The Ontario Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that threw out Trillium Power’s lawsuit seeking C$2.25bn ($2.15bn) in damages from the provincial government for its February 2011 decision to freeze offshore wind development in the Great Lakes.