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Alberta’s anti-nuclear movement is touting a recent resolution by Lethbridge city council as a model for other communities to follow in asking the province to take a closer look at green energy options.
Members of GREENSENCE — Green Sustainable Nonnuclear Chinook Enterprise — joined other environmental advocates at a meeting in Edmonton Friday to draw attention to their concerns with the Alberta Energy Ministry’s current consultations on nuclear power generation.
According to Lethbridge delegates, most participants in the meeting were from the Peace River region, which tops the list of potential sites for a nuclear power plant.
“They feel the government has certainly misled them and biased the whole process,” said Mark Sandilands, part of the local GREENSENCE delegation
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