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Peskotomuhkati Chief denounces Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s public hearing process as a ‘feel good exercise’
(June 9, 2022) Indigenous sovereignty, sustainable non-nuclear futures, and critical perspectives lost in the fray.
(March 29, 2011) The premier of New Brunswick says he has no concerns about resuming the Province’s nuclear power generation. However, Energy Probe’s Norm Rubin says that the Point Lepreau nuclear plant will continue to be a safety hazard, even after costly refurbishments. Continue reading
(Oct. 29, 2010) One of the first things that you have to do to get real in planning an electricity system and running it, is to pass on the real commercial style costs of manufacturing electricity to your consumers, says Energy Probe’s Norm Rubin. Continue reading
(Oct. 29, 2010) One year on from New Brunswick’s power deal with Quebec, the problems remain, reports the Canadian Press. Continue reading
(Aug. 28) Norm Rubin with the Toronto-based energy watchdog group Energy Probe says he is concerned that NB Power might be forced to go too far in cost-cutting efforts in order to freeze the power rate, postponing such things as required maintenance, writes W.E. (Bill) Belliveau in the Times and Transcript. Continue reading
(August 28, 2010) As Prime Minister Harper rattles around the Arctic pumping the need for fighter planes and Arctic sovereignty and warning of Russian bomber threats that justify the recently announced $9 billion dollar purchase of U.S. manufactured fighter planes, NORAD, the North American Aerospace Defense Command says that at no time did Russian bombers enter Canadian airspace this week.
(Aug. 24, 2010) FREDERICTON – New Brunswick’s Conservative leader is promising to freeze power rates for 2 1/2 years if he’s elected next month, but one expert questioned the wisdom of that proposal as the province’s utility grapples with a massive debt. Continue reading
(August 24, 2010) Fredericton – New Brunswick’s Conservative leader is promising to freeze power rates for 2 1/2 years if he’s elected next month, but one expert questioned the wisdom of that proposal as the province’s utility grapples with a massive debt. Continue reading
(Aug. 23, 2010) Sector: Experts agree: David Hay’s comment regarding CIBC’s investment in nuclear project purely speculative Continue reading