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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.
Northern Saskatchewan produces the majority of Canada’s wild rice.
"Wild rice is particular about where, when, and how it grows. “We’re very susceptible to high water...If it comes up at a certain time of the year, it drowns the wild rice. In the past, heavy rains and high water would cause damage one year out of every five, on average. “It’s more like two years out of five now [that] we have problems with the higher water flooding, with the water coming up in our lakes.”