Well, well, well, aren’t we just the hub of nuke activity here in the gap! Bruce Power‘s all set to give us a nuker.
Bruce Power, the private operator of nuclear plants in Ontario, is on track to complete its feasibility study on nuclear power in Saskatchewan by the end of this year, Hawthorne said. The company announced it would embark on the study in June.
“We will make those findings open and transparent to the public”
Areva’s meeting with folks in Saskatoon.
AREVA Public Information Meeting
Nov. 27th, 7:30 pm, Hilton Garden InnThere will be a public information meeting hosted by AREVA Resources Canada Inc. (the nuclear industry) in the Estevan Room at the Hilton Garden Inn.
At 7:30 pm, there will be a presentation on AREVA’s present and upcoming activities, followed by the opportunity to ask questions and talk about their projects. There will also be information displays where people can discuss issues one on one.
And little Braddy Wall-mart has set up a nukers’ play group.
Like the Regulatory Modernization Council, the Uranium Development Partnership is the result of political interference. Dragging its credibility down even further is the fact that at least 9 of its 12 members appear to be pro-development:
Nothing but fun, fun, fun in this nuclear winter playground!