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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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This time Bedford Road Collegiate in Saskatoon, to the tune of $585,000 for a program teaching technical skills to students. It seems increasingly corporations like Cameco are taking over funding obligations and curriculum development. Citizens need to be asking the public school board why science programs designed to get students “excited about mathematics and excited about science” are being funded by the nuclear industry and not the public purse. Maybe if Cameco paid its fair share of corporate taxes in the first place, public schools could be properly funded.
Cameco's president and CEO Tim Gitzel competes in building the tallest structure out of spaghetti, tape and string at Bedford Road Collegiate on Wednesday.
Virginia Uranium Inc. is suspending its campaign to attempt to overthrow the 30 year long moratorium on uranium mining in Virginia
Congratulations to all our good friends in the Commonwealth of Virginia!