I count at least two:
KINGSTON - If Amherst Island residents opposed to a planned wind project resort to trying to slow down construction by obstruction, their provincial representative says he will be there to support them.
“(Non-violent) civil disobedience is an acceptable means in the right situations,” said Randy Hillier, MPP for Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox and Addington.
“Should those situations arise, absolutely I’ll be there.”
The first is that not three months ago Randy was lambasting the Ontario Liberals for not cracking down on the Idle No More protesters:
McGuinty states"In our democracy, we do not direct the police, that would be inappropriate" Either Dalton does not understand his responsibility or is purposely skirting it. The legislature directs police by passing laws and appointing judges and Police to enforce them. Here's my advice - any protest that unduly interferes with economic activity and harms or injures people or property, is no longer a protest but a criminal activity.
...and of course now here he is, condoning and encouraging what by his own definition amounts to criminal activity.
The second is that Randy is the guy who founded the Ontario Land Owners Association. for chrissakes, their mission being to ensure that the property rights of Ontario land-owners are respected and protected. This presumably includes the right to host a wind turbine should you so choose. Because nobody on Amherst Island is being forced to put one of these things on their lawn. They're getting compensated for it, and I hear quite handsomely too. But No. For Randy, apparently, there are landowners and there are landowners. Use your farm to sell illegal milk, and you're in; use it to generate green energy, and Randy will stand with the mob of NIMBYS that's trying to shut you down.