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ICUCEC: a history

Without our efforts Saskatchewan would have had been saddled with nuclear reactors, possibly a nuclear waste repository, an even more damaging mining industry and a public ignorant of the long-term environmental effects of radionuclides in Saskatchewan.

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Mission Statement

The Inter-Church Uranium Committee is founded on three principles from Judaeo-Christian teachings:

  • "Thou shalt not kill."
  • "Blessed are the Peacemakers."
  • "Humanity cannot live on bread alone."
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Who we are

Inter-Church Uranium Committee Educational Co-operative (ICUCEC) is an inter-church coalition that works to:

  • educate people about the nuclear industry in Saskatchewan halt all nuclear
  • development in the province, including the mining of uranium.

In doing so, we:

  • support economic development alternatives in and for Northern Saskatchewan
  • promote alternative sustainable energy options

ICUCEC's role is that of a nuclear "watchdog" in Saskatchewan and its members make submissions to panels and government regulatory agencies. ICUCEC has even taken CNSC (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission) to court over its failure to abide by its own regulations.

ICUCEC, registered under the Provincial Co-opertatives Act, has a membership of around 70. It is funded largely through individual donations, with some support from church groups. Open board meetings are held monthly.

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