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Thursday
Sep042014

Powerful Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump ad in Toronto Star

The radioactive waste dump would be located less than a mile from the Lake Huron shore, surrounded by the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station, one of the biggest nuclear power plants in the worldThe group Stop the Great Lakes Nuclear Dump has run a powerful ad in the Toronto Star, one of Canada's biggest daily newspapers. Set against the beautiful backdrop of Lake Huron, the ad points out where Ontario Power Generation (OPG) would like to bury radioactive wastes on its shore.

Resolutions continue to roll in, now from over 117 municipalities across multiple states and provinces, opposing the "Deep Geologic Repository" (DGR) for so-called "low" and "intermediate" level radioactive wastes from all of Ontario's 20 atomic reactors. A U.S. congressional resolution has been introduced.

The final round of public hearings will begin on Sept. 9th. Beyond Nuclear will testify on Sept. 16th. The hearings will be webcast. More.