Media Release: Nuclear Accidents Happen – Then What?

Media Release

Plan to attend this public discussion about the Pickering Nuclear Station & Emergency Measures

Nov 22 2017


Tues. Dec. 5, 7 – 9 p.m.

Pickering Recreation Complex – 1867 Valley Farm Rd, 
Pickering, O’Brien Room A (located at the back of the complex)

A panel discussion with:

  • Kerrie Blaise, Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)
  • Dr. Ian Fairlie, Radiation Biologist
  • Shawn-Patrick Stensil, Greenpeace
  • Janet McNeill, Durham Nuclear Awareness (DNA)
  • Angela Bischoff, Ontario Clean Air Alliance (OCAA)

Free. All welcome!

Are Ontario’s plans for nuclear emergencies up to snuff? Many of us think not. Come & learn more about what “the authorities” are doing (or not doing) to protect us all in the event of a nuclear emergency.

On Dec. 6 & 7, OPG & 30+ agencies (municipal, provincial & federal) are conducting a big “emergency exercise” at the Pickering nuke plant. You’re not invited. Do you know what to do in the case of a nuclear explosion? Where would you go? What are the risks? What should we ask of gov’t and OPG in order to be properly prepared & protected?

Join us for a community conversation!

Host Organizations:

DNA (Durham Nuclear Awareness) and Ontario Clean Air Alliance

For more info: 416 260 2080 x 1,

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