Lessons from Fukushima for Ontario: Five years after the worst nuclear disaster

Sunday, March 13, 2016 - 17:30 to 19:30

Film Screening + Panel Discussion at 3 Locations in Toronto and Pickering


Speakers to address the risks of Ontario’s nuclear reactors, emergency plans, and plans to rebuild our aging nuclear fleet:

Erica Stahl, Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)

Shawn-Patrick Stensil, Greenpeace Canada

Angela Bischoff, Ontario Clean Air Alliance (OCAA)


About A2-B-C:

Since the nuclear disasters in Fukushima, Japan, in March 2011, local childhood thyroid cancer cases have risen to about 20-50 times above normal. Citing a lack of transparency in the official medical testing of their children and the ineffectiveness of the decontamination of their homes and schools, the children’s mothers take radiation monitoring into their own hands. The film has won 12 awards internationally.

71 min. English subtitles. www.a2documentary.com

Beach United Church
140 Wineva Ave.
Toronto , ON
43° 40' 17.1516" N, 79° 17' 46.7484" W
Ontario CA
Angela Bischoff

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