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CNWC Nuclear News

Juin 2005 | Bulletin CCTN

…This country faces critical decisions on its energy future – how to meet mounting energy demands in a world of dwindling fossil fuel reserves, global arming, mushrooming energy needs in developing countries, and erratic oil and natural gas prices.

In this context, the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) position on nuclear power –based on recommendations of a 1992 task force – is sadly lacking in courage and foresight. Perhaps they haven’t noticed the world has changed a lot since 1992! It’s time for CLC leaders to pull off the blinkers and GET REAL…


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