Cameco’s Saskatchewan Secrets Part 2
This is part two of a two-part Radioactive Show special. We’ve got an ear in Saskatchewan, a Canadian province dominated by one company, Cameco, and its uranium mines that riddle the north. We’ll hear more about the impacts of uranium mining on Indigenous communities and the environment, and the condescending and insidious ways in which the company tries to buy social license. Our guests finish with a message to the movement at home, as Cameco attempts to carve its empire in Western Australia.
Candyce Paul, Committee for Future Generations, English River First Nation, Saskatchewan
Marius Paul, Committee for Future Generations, English River First Nation, Saskatchewan
Jim Harding, author of “Canada’s Deadly Secret”, retired Professor of Environmental Studies, Saskatchewan resident
Debbie Mihalicz, Beauval resident and member of the Committee for Future Generations.
Cameco’s Saskatchewan Secrets Part 1 is now available as a podcast at http://www.3cr.org.au/…/episode-201509051000/camecos-saskat…