Already the Canadian government (which has, at least tentatively, bought into this SMR scheme through its adherence to “NICE: Nuclear Innovation = Clean Energy”) is scouring the country for possibilities. In Alberta dozens of SMRs might be employed to “cook” the oil sands in order to extract the bitumen. In the northern regions SMRs might be used to replace diesel generators, especially in arctic and subarctic conditions. In New Brunswick SMRs could be sold to appease those who have over the years clamoured for a second Lepreau. Don’t be surprised if your community is targeted!
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It is time to make electric cars a regular occurrence on the streets of Saskatchewan. Lynn Oliphant drives a Chevy Volt and wants to get more of these amazing electric vehicles on our roadways. Read further to find out how you can participate in the electric car revolution in Saskatoon and beyond.
"how do you get rid of tell tale nuclear waste.....c'mon, Min...you can't tell me people with nuclear power don't have any way of disposing of the waste, I mean come on, hey, the next thing you'll tell me is they'll put it in cans, right ha ha ha." Thanks Mork....and Robin!
Potential host communities owe it to themselves to obtain as much objective and science-based information from independent sources as possible. The decision to proceed or not must be very carefully weighed because of the huge potential risks. The impacts of radioactive contamination would be felt for many centuries.