A report is expected to be tabled November 9.
The study will focus on biodiversity in South Bruce.
Michigan Congressmen are asking President Joe Biden to oppose the Canadian government’s proposal to construct a nuclear waste storage facility near the Great Lakes Basin. In October 2020, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO), on behalf of the Canadian government, released a plan to build a storage facility—referred to as a deep geological repository—over 600 … Continued
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A recent survey shows that the Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s (NWMO) transportation planning priorities align closely with what Canadians and Indigenous peoples consider important. A key finding indicated that 91 per cent of all respondents agree that safety is the top requirement when it comes to transporting used nuclear fuel. Results from this survey, which […]
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) refers to their proposed nuclear waste storage plan as the “internationally accepted best practice.” How can they make this claim when there are no operating DGRs in the world for high-level nuclear waste? The daily transporting of high-level waste, the repackaging of the used nuclear fuel bundles with the […]
Canada wants to store nuclear waste in the Great Lakes Basin, but a Michigan congressman is looking to stop it. Read the full story by Mid-Michigan Now. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Draft result of NWMO-funded Willingness Study reflects long-held demand of Protect Our Waterways Four months after beginning its community-wide consultations, the draft results of the South Bruce Willingness Study Report identified a public referendum as the preferred method to determine the willingness of the community to host the Nuclear Waste Management Organization’s (NWMO) Deep Geological […]
The Great Lakes, which are receiving an estimated 22 million pounds (10,000 metric tons) of plastic debris annually from the U.S. and Canada are in need of a wide range of innovative solutions to tackle the plastic problem. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
The Township of Mapleton will receive funding from Ontario’s Rural Economic Development (RED) program to revitalize Alma’s downtown area.
Residents can report damage to the municipal office by visiting the Report a Problem web portal on the Huron-Kinloss website.
Crews continue to work throughout the region while Saugeen Shores officials talk about the damage.
The Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation is attempting to raise awareness of micro-plastics found in Lake Huron.
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