Your Voice Counts

Opinion polls consistently show that wind energy has broad public support across Canada. It is important to make your voice heard when governments and utilities are developing energy policies and when communities and municipal governments are considering wind energy projects


Join the conversation and support wind in your community!

The Friends of Wind website provides an opportunity to join the conversation on our energy future. The website features a variety of tools you can use to show your support for wind energy and government programs that provide a positive climate for growth in the sector. If you want to help spread the word about wind energy, here are few things you can do as a Friend of Wind:

Learn the facts about wind energy and ask questions! We’d love to hear from you!

The website answers your questions about wind energy. By visiting you can:

  • Get the facts on wind energy: The website contains facts and resources that address a number of areas of key interest to Canadians: how wind energy works, health, community, affordability and environment and wildlife.
  • Ask your questions: By logging in through top social media programs such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, visitors can submit questions about wind energy.

View and Listen to real people discussing the importance of wind energy to their communities

CanWEA has print, video and radio testimonials that highlight the social and economic benefits of wind energy. To view and listen to real people discussing the importance of wind energy to their communities, visit: and browse through the website

Say yes to wind and take action!

Saying “yes” to wind energy is a great way to help reduce the impact of greenhouse gases and move us into a cleaner future. Here are some other ways you show your support:

  • Spread the word: Help support wind energy with pro-wind lawn signs or promotional banners on your website, blog, Twitter and Facebook pages.
  • Submit a letter to the editor: As a Friend of Wind we encourage you to write a letter to the editor in your local community newspaper to help raise awareness, correct misinformation and voice your opinion. Get tips on how to write an effective letter to the editor here.
  • Support a local wind project Contact your municipal government to see if a wind project is proposed in your community.
  • Take Action: Check out ways to show your support for wind energy.


Follow us on social media:

Stay engaged with CanWEA and other wind energy supporters through:

  • Twitter (@CanWEA): Follow CanWEA on Twitter for up to date interesting facts and information on wind energy around the world
  • Facebook (Canadian Wind Energy Association): Like CanWEA on Facebook and join the conversation about our energy future Like Friends of Wind on Facebook and keep up to date with most recent news and activities
  • LinkedIn: Connect with members of the wind energy industry through the Canadian Wind Energy Association LinkedIn page