Ethical and moral issues

Nuclear Wastes: In Whose Backyard?

Bill Adamson, at the public consultations in response to the UDP, asks some difficult rhetorical questions. Which pro-nuclear advocates would be willing to store the nuclear wastes in their backyards?

ICUCEC's brilliant chairperson's Report to 2009 AGM

Michael Poellet, in his usual flamboyant style, presented his 2009 report to the Annual General Meeting in early June. His report outlines what ICUCEC has been doing in the last year and what has been happening regarding environmental assessments and proposed nuclear development in Saskatachewan. It makes for interesting reading. Please read the attachment.

Maisie Shiell, on her deathbed, left the province an urgent message

As Maisie Shiell was dying, she summoned up her last bit of strength and wrote a letter to the citizens of Saskatchewan urging them to learn about the negatives of uranium mining. ICUCEC is proud to post this amazing document on Maisie's behalf. We hope it will spur you to speak and work against present and future mining projects. To read Maisie's document, click on attachment.

Urgent request to attend UDP (Uranium Development Partnership) Hearings

If you want to do only one thing to further the struggle against further nuclear development in Saskatchewan please attend the public hearings. Time is of the essence, so contact as many people as you can and drag them to the meeting. The Saskatoon event will be Monday, 15 June 2009 at the Travelodge at 7 p.m. For further information, read the attached document. See you there.

What the UDP (Uranium Development Partnership) Report is not telling us about wastes

Bill Adamson has prepared the attached response to the UDP Report on the topic of wastes. You will not hear about any of this in the mainstream media.


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