In Canada Communities and Local Organisations are Bribed to Turn a Blind Eye to Nuclear Waste Dumping – A Familiar Scenario We Know All Too Well Here in Cumbria – Its Not A Bribe they say Its a “Goodwill Gesture”
Goodwill’ money from proposed nuclear waste site pours into declining Ontario farm town. What if it stops?
Colin Butler · CBC News ·May 07, 2021 A citizens’ group is accusing Canada’s nuclear industry of using its financial might to groom a declining Ontario farm community into becoming a willing host for the country’s most dangerous radioactive waste.
In a pamphlet about the proposed disposal site that was published last year,the Ontario municipality of South Bruce —which encompasses the farming communities ofTeeswater, Mildmay, Formosa and Salem—says it’s “on the decline.”
The pamphlet tells of a shrinking population, where rural towns and village “downtowns are fading from what they used to be,” with vacant store windows, big infrastructure bills and few prospects for new economic growth.
Protecting Our Waterways –No Nuclear Waste, agrassroots citizens’ group, accusesthe Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) of taking advantage of the decline byspending millions of dollars on “goodwill” projects the community…
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