Council of Canadians talk nuclear waste in Ottawa River

EMILY HSUEH
OTTAWA Feb. 18, 2021
Nearly 100 people gathered on Zoom to attend a virtual town hall meeting on Feb. 18 regarding nuclear waste in the Ottawa River.
The presentation was hosted by the Council of Canadians’s Ottawa chapter and hosted three invited guest speakers. It featured Larissa Holman, the director of Science and Policy for the Ottawa Riverkeeper, Ole Hendrickson of the Concerned Citizens of Renfrew County and Area and Barry Stemshorn of the Pontiac Environment Protection.
The meeting was . . .

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