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We Still Need to Pay Attention to Nuclear Safety in Quebec

Remember that a few years ago, the Harper government fired Linda Keen, then President of the CNSC, because she questioned the safety of the Chalk River reactor, which produces bio-medical isotopes. By firing a person who had as her mandate the safety of citizens in nuclear matters, and who had the courage to question the laxity of nuclear industry safety, has the CNSC and the Canadian government truly protected the public?
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BC Mine Wins Review

Taseko Mines will get a second kick at the can for its controversial gold and copper mine at Fish Lake, B.C. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency on Monday announced a review panel to look int...