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ARCHIVED FEBRUARY WEBINAR SERIES 2014 - VIEW ONLINE
View archived recordings of our 2014 webinar series. Sessions included a Canada Update, nuclear waste reprocessing, design issues with geological repositories, alternatives to nuclear waste burial and international panel with updates from the U.S, U.K. and Sweden. Visit us onAnyMeeting.com to view.
NIPIGON WITHDRAWS FROM NWMO SITING PROCESS
June 19, 2014, Nipigon | The Township of Nipigon has withdrawn from the nuclear industrys investigation of multiple communities as potential nuclear waste burial sites. The municipal council passed a resolution at its meeting on Monday stating that the Township of Nipigon believes it has sufficient information to make an informed decision about continued involvement in the site selection process as a potential host community and requesting that it that it no longer be considered in the site selection process as a potential host community. The municipality was one of ten in northern Ontario remaining in the process.
NO NUCLEAR WASTE FOR TWO BRUCE COUNTY COMMUNITIES
January 16, 2014, Saugeen Shores and Aaran Ederslie were dropped from the NWMO list of communities being studied as possible burial sites for high level nuclear fuel waste. Fifteen communities remain on the NWMO list of candidate sites.