Opportunity for change

Dear Editor,

Choosing our best representatives for the next four years is a big responsibility. Now is the time to persuade the decision makers that we really do want clean water to drink and swim in. We do not want a near surface disposal facility filled with radioactive waste from across Canada situated at Chalk River near Perch Lake that flows into the Ottawa River. It is forecast to be seven stories high (20 - 25 meters high). It is in an area where tornadoes and earthquakes are common.

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