In 2012, the northern village of Pinehouse, SK signed a deal with two uranium companies worth $200-million
what was in the deal? The Provincial Privacy Commissioner says the village must turn over the information but Mayor Natomagan has refused to release documentation requested under the Act.
Briarpatch magazine, doing an investigative report on the agreement asked to see more public documents about the village's role in that deal....but the mayor refused. Global News story aired on January 28, 2014
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Broadbent Institute, Max FineDay of Next Up, Ryan Meili of Upstream, Erica Lee of Idle No More, and Mitch Stewart of 270 Strategies' Battleground States Director for President Obama's 2012 campaign.
An evening of discussion and inspiration will consider the best ways to bring about positive change in the city of Saskatoon!
Community opposition prevails!
Cheryl Grace, Spokesperson – “We are enormously pleased and relieved that...this highly inappropriate siting of the DGR in Saugeen Shores will not go ahead.
We hope to see the same decision on DGR 1 in Kincardine, and....hope to see the day when there are no further plans to bury nuclear waste in the Great Lakes Basin.