Lack of Progress on Chemicals of Mutual Concern under the GLWQA

John Jackson, Co-chair of the Toxics Free Great Lakes Binational Network, urges the Committee to address the issues that have lead to delays in implementing Annex 3 of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, which deals with Chemicals of Mutual Concern.

Review of Uranium and Nuclear Substance Facilities – 2017

Title: Review of Uranium and Nuclear Substance Facilities - 2017 Resource Type: Legal Submissions Content: CELA's Report - ROR Nuclear Substance and Uranium Facilities 2017 # of Pages: 37 Date authored: November 19, 2018 Publication number: 1222 Author/s: Theresa McClenaghan…

Inclusion of NPRI Data – Review of Regulatory Oversight Report on Uranium Mines and Mills 2017

Title: Inclusion of NPRI Data - Review of Regulatory Oversight Report on Uranium Mines and Mills 2017 Resource Type: Report Content: 1219-Comments on 2017 ROR Uranium Mines and Mills # of Pages: 6 Date authored: November 13, 2018 Publication number:…

Decision to reject without consultation the ENGO Proposal to Add Radionuclides to the National Pollutant Release Inventory

Title: Environmental Groups’ Response to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s decision to reject without consultation the ENGO Proposal to Add Radionuclides to the National Pollutant Release Inventory Resource Type: Report Content: 1179-NGOSubmissionOnRadionuclides # of…

Radionuclides are Turning Our Lakes Into Radioactive Toxic Sewers

Posted by Ziggy Kleinau, Cofounder and Acting Outreach Director of Bruce Peninsula Environment Group on May 16, 2016 Guest Blog  (originally published as a letter to the editor in Bruce Peninsula Press (Issue #5, 2016, May 3-17, 2016) Water is the elixir of life. Water…

Nomination of Radionuclides as a Chemical of Mutual Concern under the GLWQA

Title: Letter Re: Nomination of Radionuclides as a Chemical of Mutual Concern under the GLWQA Letter from 110 environmental, health and other advocacy groups to Environment and Climate Change Canada and the US Environmental Protection Agency Resource Type: Letter Content:…