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Please continue supporting our Indigenous friends and allies who tried intervening before the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission licensing hearings for the https://concernedcitizens.net/2021/03/21/six-reasons-to-stop-the-ottawa-river-radioactive-waste-dump/ giant radioactive waste mound (NSDF) at Chalk River on June 2, 2022.
Five https://concernedcitizens.net/2022/05/28/algonquin-nations-do-not-consent/ Algonquin First Nations say they have not been adequately consulted about the plan and DO NOT CONSENT to the licensing of the facility at this time.
The proposed NSDF is a plan by a multinational consortium to pile up one million tonnes of radioactive and hazardous wastes in a https://concernedcitizens.net/2021/03/21/six-reasons-to-stop-the-ottawa-river-radioactive-waste-dump/ gigantic landfill beside the Kitchi Sibi / Ottawa River in unceded traditional Algonquin territory. The promoters' own studies show that the giant mound would https://concernedcitizens.net/2021/02/23/how-would-the-near-surface-disposal-facility-leak-let-us-count-some-of-the-ways/ leak and https://concernedcitizens.net/2020/11/04/the-proponents-own-study-shows-that-the-chalk-river-mound-will-disintegrate/ disintegrate long before radioactive components like https://concernedcitizens.net/2020/12/17/cnls-partial-inventory-of-radionuclides-that-would-go-into-the-chalk-river-mound/ plutonium decayed to a harmless state. Staff of Canada’s https://concernedcitizens.net/2021/04/12/reforms-needed-at-canadian-nuclear-safety-commission-say-activists/ captured nuclear regulator, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, are recommending that the license be approved.
Concerned Citizens of Renfrew County