Vigil/Info picket against nuclear power and call for resignations of public energy CEOs in Ontario

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 - 16:00 to 17:00

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Vigil/Info Picket Against Nuclear Power and Call for Resignations of Public Energy CEOs in Ontario Ontario Power Generation building (OPG)
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We are calling for the resignations of the CEOs of Ontario Power Generation and Toronto Hydro (see below)

*Ontario - a garbage pit for lethal nuclear waste of proposed publicly-unaccountable private reactors, protected by supranational trade agreements and world trade courts, and served with green light of renewable? long-term contracts (unresponsive to either market, people or environment), and public monies by corrupt Ontario energy regulatory bodies and Ontario government?

* Ontario - a secret plutonium-tritium-depleted uranium production factory for pentagon's weapons of mass destruction? - dished on the plate to Ontarians as "electricity" - thousands of MW of new energy supply now that we are using less energy than ever… and now that with falling energy use (efficiencies/conservation/ deflated energy-intensive industry) and $60 billion spare cash, we could champion energy/economic/industrial transformation in Ontario according to the current enviro-economic context of Global Warming and Energy Security.

*Ontario - steer away from Self-Terminating Finite Fossil/Nuclear-Fuels-based war-industry, and lead us to a **100% Publicly-Owned, Integrated/Complementary Renewable enviro-energy-economy for Peace, Sustainability and Prosperity for All.

(**energy efficient infrastructure with in-wired complementary renewable and publicly-owned energy systems [a combination of systems drawing energy from locally, infinitely and copiously available, free organic biodigester / tidal/wind/sun/geo energy sources], producing energy locally for local use.)  If this is not enough to "satisfy demand," then, what is?

Unregulated private power cannot compete against Regulated Public power, planning and oversight. Nuclear and fossil-fuel based energy cannot compete against locally, infinitely and copiously available, free complementary renewable public systems.

Both Regulated Public Power and Complementary Renewable Energy Systems are being kept out of the energy game ballpark globally.  Ontario government is under pressure to give an offering of our collective contributions, our health, our environment, our economy, our collectivity to the forces of omni-destruction.

Ontario Power Generation building (OPG)
700 University Avenue corner of College/University Av,
M5S 1VO Toronto , ON
Ontario CA
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