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Caring about the climate is not a crime in Canada. Yet

When I read the RCMP’s January 2014 assessment of what they call the “growing, highly organized and well-financed, anti-Canadian petroleum movement” that was leaked to the French-language newspaper LaPresse, my first reaction was to laugh at just how ridiculous it was.
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5 Things I Learned at my First Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Hearing

Blog entry by Fawn Edwards | April 20, 2015

Last week, I attended my first Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) hearing in Kincardine, Ontario. The Commission was considering Bruce Power’s application to renew their operating license for their eight nuclear reactors on the...

Planning for the long haul: Tools for Change "Campaign Planning 101"

Blog entry by Ava Lightbody | April 15, 2015

We may have our eyes on a better future, but the activist life often just looks like dog-paddling: dashing between meetings, events, and work, churning out blogs, leaflets and facebook invites. Planning for the long haul can get lost...

Canada needs a nuclear watchdog not a lapdog

Blog entry by Shawn-Patrick Stensil Senior Nuclear Analyst | April 15, 2015

Today I’m asking the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to do its job: protect Canadians from Fukushima –like accidents.  May seem obvious but somebody has to tell them.   The Commission is way too cozy with the nuclear...

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