Chalk River nuclear waste

Dear Editor,

In 1943, the year I was born, plans were made to build the Chalk River Nuclear Reactor. An isotope made at Chalk River would be needed to treat me.

In 1952, the year of the biggest nuclear accident in Canadian history, we camped, fished, swam and drank fresh cows’ milk within sight of Chalk River smoke stacks.

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