A total of 230 individuals participated in the process through one or more of the engagement activities. Participants had a range of ideas on how willingness could be measured, with the majority preferring a public referendum as fair, anonymous and clear.
Katrina McCullogh was the Community Engagement Specialist and she says there were a number of suggestions on how to measure willingness but some other themes emerged as well.
If it can be done safely, the NWMO will be ready to break ground in 2033, bringing hundreds more high-paying, high-tech jobs to our community, just as the Bruce refurbishment is winding down.
Deep geological storage of spent nuclear fuel is the internationally accepted best practice. Many countries around the world are proving it.
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) released the results of a survey they say was conducted regarding their transportation planning framework.
In South Bruce we have the opportunity to do something great for Canada – permanently store Canada’s nuclear waste, using the latest science and technology.
You can be “pro-DGR” and still not be sure if this project is a good fit for our community. There is a significant difference between these two positions.
This Canada Day, I would like to recognize the importance of Canada’s nuclear power industry, and the leadership role of the people of Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.
We are seeing time and time again this radical opposition group taking the smallest detail of this project and spinning it every which way imaginable in order to instill doubt within the community.
South Bruce respondents said they were most interested in learning about environmental studies.