Stopping Nuclear Waste in its Tracks

“Canoe Lake First Nation, the town of La Loche, trappers from the Beauval Fur Block, the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Women’s Circle Corporation (SAWCC) and the Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) have all formally opposed the transportation and storage of nuclear waste in Saskatchewan. Others criticize NWMO for refusing to deal with site selection process on a regional basis, even though a decision would affect much more than a single community.” Read the complete article by Sandra Cuffe and please share widely.
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