Truths and myths

Truths and myths about the impacts of nuclear energy and uranium mining on Saskatchewan's people, animals and environment.

Chairperson's Usual Brilliant Report for 2011

Michael Poellet outlines our hopes and frustrations and points out the dangerous direction our governments are heading.

Gordon Edwards and Bob Del Tredici in Saskatoon for public education

The nuclear industry declined the offer to debate Gordon Edwards.Come out to these events to see why.

Learn what really happened in Fukushima, for instance. Videos, visuals and presentations by Dr. Gordon Edwards, internationally-renowned photographer Robert Del Tredici and the Northern Saskatchewan 7000 Generations Wanska! Walkers. Saskatoon, 20 September 2011, Arts Bldg U of S campus 1:30pm at Neatby-Timlin Theatre (formerly Place Riel Theatre) and 7:30pm at the Broadway Theatre. For more details see attached posters.

Clean Green Saskatchewan has more information.

Graham Simpson's Address to Nunavut Planning Commission

Nunavut is currently wrestling with the question of allowing uranium mining or not. Graham Simpson delivered a speech to the Nunavut Planning Commission in 2007, warning them not to allow mining. Nothing has changed since then. His warning is still relevant. Beware. For Graham's complete speech, download the pdf.

The Case Against Food Irradiation

Graham Simpson, in an address to the Canadian Home Economics Association in Saskatoon, 14 July 1992, outlined the reasons for not embracing the notion of food irradiation. He said that it is an industry driven by nuclear interests, not by public demand.
For the complete speech, download the pdf.

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?

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