Archived articles

Over the years, ICUCEC has created and amassed a number of articles pertinent to our cause. They are available here, as .pdf files.

Coalition For a Clean Green Saskatchewan
Dear Premier Calvert and Cabinet Ministers:
RE: The industry's Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) draft documents on recommendations for spent nuclear fuel management. (pdf 188K)

BUSINESS VIEW February, 2005
Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce
Saskatoon Chamber States Support for Value Added Processing of Province's Resources ...

Social Justice Committee of The Sask. Conference, Division of Mission, United Church
A Brief Report of Activities of ICUCEC in 2003-4, supported in part by donations from SJC

A Brief Report of Activities of ICUCEC in 2004-5, supported in part by donations from SJC

Saskatchewan update:February 28, 2006
As many already know, the nuclear wizards are on the march globally, nationally and locally. They are promoting a global nuclear renaissance as the answer to climate change issues and how to cut down on CO2 emissions. (pdf 196K)

The Future For Our Children
The Need to Establish a Sustainable Energy Future (pdf 44K)
Presentation regarding the Future For Our Children Presented September 28, 2004 Port Hope, Ontario
Presenter: Alexandra McKee-Bennett

October 31,2005
Dear Hon. Higgins:
Thanks for your letter of October 11/05 regarding health risks to uranium miners.
ICUCEC- Letter from Bill Adamson, Oct. 31/2005

September 19, 2005
Dear Hon. Higgins:
A new benchmark has been added to the knowledge of radiation and uranium mining.
higginsrebut1.pdf

October 11, 2005
Dear Dr. Adamson:
Thank you for your letter of September 19, 2005, in which you express concern over the health risks to Saskatchewan uranium mine workers from their exposure to radon progeny in the workplace.
higginsletter2.pdf

August 5, 2004
Dear Dr. Adamson:
Thank you for your e-mail of July 13, 2004 in which you express concern over the discontinuation of a study of the health and mortality rates of Saskatchewan miners.
higginsletter1.pdf

Why ICUCEC needs your Support
As you read the mining companies are filling the giant open pit with thousands of tons of waste tailings. New mines slated to feed the JEB pit…

ICUCEC NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT
After much discussion and soul-searching, the Board of the Inter-Church Uranium Committee Educational Co-operative (ICUCEC) has bravely voted to take our case to the Supreme Court of Canada.

The Story of ICUC(EC)
ICUC arose from the hearings into the proposed Warman Uranium Refinery. The Bayda Enquiry in 1976 had recommended to the Saskatchewan Government to go ahead with uranium mining in northern Saskatchewan.

A PRESENTATION TO THE CANADIAN NUCLEAR SAFETY COMMISSION
Day Two of Hearings, at LaRonge, Saskatchewan,
Re: The Cluff Lake Decommissioning Project.
By: Dr. Bill Adamson, Saskatoon, Sask.

Cigar Lake Draft Screening Report
Comments by Bill Adamson of Saskatoon for CNSC Hearings
on June 10th, 2004 at LaRonge, Saskatchewan.

CNSC Hearings, LaRonge, SK.
10 min presentation, June 9,2004--Re: Cluff Lake Decommissioning

Presentation to the CNSC Commission at LaRonge, SK., on June 10, 2004
Comments Re; Cigar Lake Project

THE PROBLEM WITH NUCLEAR IS THE RADIATION
By Bill Adamson, Retired Faculty Member from the U.of S.
Saskatoon, October, 2006

Chamber not telling all about uranium refinery
In its promotion of a uranium conversion refinery, the chamber of commerce speaks only of dollars, more jobs, more business and neglects to mention the dark side of the nuclear industry.

Nuclear power is the problem, not a solution
DR. Helen Caldicott 13Apl.05

Environmental, Health And Human Rights Implications,
Vienna, Austria
12-15 April 1996
Permanent People's Tribunal
International Medical Commission on Chernobyl (IMC)

Gordon Edwards, Ph.D, Following the Path Backward: Introduction
A response to the NWMO Report on the Management of High level Nuclear waste in Canada

new internationalist
issue 203 - January 1990
Green Grow the Neutrons-O
The advertising world can turn anything green - including nuclear power.

I've Heard this Song Before!
Rosalie Bertell, Ph.D, GNSH & Alexei V. Yablokov, Ph.D

Sask. should look at nuclear power: Lingenfelter
Nov 9 2005 08:21 AM CST
CBC News
A former NDP cabinet minister is trying to refuel the nuclear debate in Saskatchewan.

Do you really want a Uranium Refinery In Saskatchewan?
Alexandra McKee-Bennett, a Port Hope Nurse and resident, speaks about the impact of Cameco's Port Hope Uranium Refinery

Plutonium from Sellafield, England in all children's teeth
Government admits plant is the source of contamination but says risk is 'minute'
Antony Barnett, public affairs editor
Sunday November 30, 2003
Observer

Climate Change and Nuclear Power
By Bill Adamson
Following is the viewpoint of the writer, a retired professor of theology at the University of Saskatchewan.

December 3, 2005
The Hon. Eric Cline,
Minister of Industry and Resources,
Dear Hon. Cline:
Thank you for your letter of November 24, 2005…

Gulf War Syndrome, Depleted Uranium and the Dangers of Low-Level Radiation
"Desert Storm veterans along with the people of Iraq and Kuwait were victims of one of the latest military experiments on human beings. I believe that the ignorance was culpable and criminal."
by Dr. Rosalie Bertell

2003 Recommendations of the European Commission on Radiation Risk (ECRR) on The Health Effects of Ionising Radiation Exposure at Low Doses and Low Dose Rates for Radiation Protection Purposes:
by Green Audit, 2003.

OUR DEADLY SECRET: Tracing Saskatchewan's Role in the Proliferation of Nuclear WMD1
By Jim Harding, Ph. D.
Retired Prof. of Environmental and Justice Studies

Nuclear Power: Neither Clean or Green or Safe
By Bill Adamson
The following is the personal viewpoint of the writer, a resident of Saskatoon.


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