Category Archives: Towards Shutdown

Nuclear Liability Act

(June 3, 2009) An Act respecting civil liability for nuclear damage : http://lois.justice.gc.ca/en/N-28/text.html Continue reading

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Medical firm sues AECL, Ottawa

(July 10, 2008) Life sciences company MDS Inc. has launced a $1.6 billion lawsuit against Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and the federal government after a decision to cancel a 12-year-old project to build a new nuclear reactors for producing medical isotopes. Continue reading

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Accomplishments

(March 19, 2008) In the twenty years since I started working at Energy Probe on nuclear energy and environmental issues, some amazing advances have happened and become widely known, with our help: Continue reading

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Canada’s nuclear role

(October 11, 2006) When considering the role played by Pakistani nuclear official Abdul Quadeer Khan in assisting North Korea’s nuclear-energy and weapons program, Canadians should examine the assistance we have provided in this evil chain of events. Continue reading

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Canada’s nuclear role

(October 11, 2006) A response to Doug Saunders’ article for the Globe and Mail. Continue reading

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Canada’s nuclear role

(October 11, 2006) When considering the role played by Pakistani nuclear official Abdul Qadeer Khan in assisting North Korea’s nuclear-energy and weapons program, Canadians should examine the assistance we have provided in this evil chain of events. Continue reading

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House Hansard: Session 38:2, April 26, 2006

(April 26, 2006) Mr. Howard Hampton (Kenora-Rainy River): My question is for the Acting Premier. We know that the McGuinty government’s real energy plan is to spend $40 billion on very expensive, unreliable and environmentally risky nuclear power plants. So today, on the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, I believe the McGuinty government owes the people of Ontario some straight answers on nuclear power and the potential risks. Will the McGuinty government make public today any emergency plans, briefing notes or studies in its possession that assess the impact of a potential nuclear disaster on human health, the environment and the economy? Continue reading

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