Nuclear Phaseout

Sierra Club Canada Submission to the Deep Geologic Repository Project Joint Review Panel

2013-08-21

Sierra Club Canada Submission to the Deep Geologic Repository Project Joint Review Panel written by Gordon Thompson, research scientist at the George Perkins Marsh Institute, Clark University, Massachusetts and executive director of the Institute for Resource and Security Studies.

(CEAR Reference Number: 0-6-05-17520)

Read and Download the Report Here (PDF Document)

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UPDATE / March 20, 2014 -- U.S. delays moving armed convoys carrying nuclear waste through Ontario


One day soon, people in Ontario may spot an armed convoy passing through their town. Heavily armed guards will be protecting trucks carrying thousands of litres of radioactive waste containing highly enriched (weapons-grade) uranium in a toxic mixture of acid and countless other radioactive isotopes. It will be the most dangerous transport of nuclear waste ever attempted in Canada.... Read more »

Sierra Club Canada Submission To The Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project Joint Panel

2011-02-21

Sierra Club Canada Submission To The Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project Joint Panel
(CEAR Reference Number: 07-05-29525)

February 21, 2011

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Public Meeting in London Concerning Kincardine Nuclear Waste Dump

On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, there will be an important public meeting in the city of London concerning the Kincardine Nuclear Wastedump. The meeting is from 7:00-9:00pm and will be held in Wolf Performance Hall at the Central Library Downtown London, 251 Dundas St. For more information please contact London City Councilors: Joni Baechler, or Bud Polhill (519) 661-5095. See poster for details. ... Read more »

Action Alert: GE-Hitachi 1025 Lansdowne Ave Toronto Uranium Fuel Processing: Public Information Meeting November 19th

Thanks to community pressure, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will be holding a public meeting December 10-11 in Toronto to specially review the operation of GE-Hitachi’s 1025 Lansdowne Ave nuclear fuel processing plant.  The meeting will be held at the Holiday Inn Yorkdale, at 3450 Dufferin Street. The plant processes yellowcake uranium powder from Saskatchewan into nuclear fuel pellets used in CANDU reactors.... Read more »

            

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