PAGC official to highlight Northern concerns at Cameco re-licensing

“Vice-chief Joseph Tsannie plans to make the environment and economic development in the North a priority at a meeting on Wednesday that will discuss mining license renewals in northern Saskatchewan…”

“He said he wants a baseline-health study done, which will assess and monitor acid and radiation levels in the plants, animals and water over a certain period.

“‘So, I think the fish, the caribou, the moose, and the berries and stuff, we need to do our own study on those, traditional medicines and that too,’ Tsannie said. ‘That’s all a part of the study.'”

Read the full paNOW article online.


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