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David Suzuki | The urgent challenge of climate change has many arguing that we must use nuclear power. Will using thorium instead of uranium reduce the risks and create a more efficient reactor?
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David Suzuki | It's difficult to find credible information about the effects of Fukushima on our West Coast, but a project by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will at least provide data on radiation spread.
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Redeye Collective | Last year Stephen Harper and Barack Obama agreed to ship liquid waste containing weapons-grade uranium from Chalk River near Ottawa to a site in South Carolina.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Barrick gets grilled in TO as they kill two in Tazania, while Dutch and Deutch banks kill in Panama. INM teams up with DotL as resistance to U, deforestation, piplelines, sludge and more heat up!
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Krystalline Kraus | On February 3rd people will be gathering for a Day of Action Against G.E. Uranium Processing Plant located in a residential Toronto Area.
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Ramsey Hart | I spent the early part of this week in Mistissini, the largest Cree community in Eeyou Istchee, the Cree Territory of northern Quebec, particpating in a two-day licencing hearing held by the Canadian
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Peter Driftmier | Uranium has been mined in Saskatchewan since the 1930s. Provincial premiers from Tommy Douglas to Brad Wall have exploited its use as a raw material for nuclear power and nuclear weapons.
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Baker Lake, Nunavut. Photo: E-90/Wikipedia
Jamie Kneen | What's going on in Nunavut is a test of democracy in Canada's newest territory. A huge complex of uranium mines is proposed for the tundra, in the middle of important caribou habitat.
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Wollaston Lake open-pit uranium mines, Saskatchewan. Photo:Google Earth
Rita Wong | Uranium is mined in Dene Nation territory in Saskatchewan, with results similar to the tar sands. It shows we can't talk about energy in Canada without considering water and water security.
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Bernadette Wagner | Saskatchewan Premier, Brad Wall, is attempting to pull off the biggest scam in the province's history. He called together a cabal of his cronies, an all-male group posing as a panel of experts.
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J. F. Conway | Premier Brad Wall is being shrewd, focussing his right-wing efforts on a few key issues he is determined to drive through, while continuing to muzzle the social conservative yahoos in his caucus.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | As an energy strategy, emphasizing energy exports raises a number of serious social and environmental concerns, as Alberta's tar sands 'gold rush' has shown.