Port Hope's Successful Resistance to Enriched Uranium Refining PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 22 May 2006

Port HopePresident of Port Hope citizens' group Families Against Radiation Exposure (FARE), John Miller, discusses how they organized by asking simple questions about the effects of the nuclear industry. Their questions were so effective that a proposed refinery in the town was never built. John Miller cautions listeners to nonetheless be vigilant, as the government regulatory agency for nuclear is simply not designed or equipped to protect community health. Rather it is just a state risk management apparatus.  It remains the responsibility of common citizens to raise questions and protect our own interests.

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This show was recorded outside the 'Towards a Nuclear-Free Future Conference' in Saskatoon on May 22nd by Tyler McCreary and Ken Sailor. The conference was sponsered by the Coalition for a Clean Green Saskatchewan and by the Inter Church Uranium Committee Educational Cooperative.
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