Nuclear Accidents Happen – Then What?

Do you know what to do in the case of a nuclear explosion? Where would you go? What are the risks? Are the government and OPG properly prepared?

Join us for a public discussion about the Pickering Nuclear Station and emergency measures:

Tues. Dec. 5, 7 – 9 p.m.
Pickering Recreation Complex
, 1867 Valley Farm Rd, Pickering, O’Brien Room A (at the back of the complex, where the skating arena is located). An easy walk from the Pickering GO station.

A panel discussion with:
* Kerrie Blaise, Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA)
* Dr. Ian Fairlie, Radiation Biologist
* Shawn-Patrick Stensil, Senior Energy Analyst, Greenpeace
* Janet McNeill, Durham Nuclear Awareness (DNA)
* Angela Bischoff, Ontario Clean Air Alliance (OCAA)

Close Pickering! Many experts think Ontario’s nuclear emergency plans are not adequate given the scale of the catastrophe that could develop during a major accident in the heart of our largest urban area.

Come and learn more about what “the authorities” are doing (or not doing) to protect us all in the event of a nuclear emergency.

Free. All welcome. If you can’t attend in person, we’ll be live-streaming it on the facebook event page.

Host Organizations: DNA (Durham Nuclear Awareness) and Ontario Clean Air Alliance

For more info: 416 260 2080 x 1, or

Read about the event in the Pickering News Advertiser here.

And please pass this message onto your friends and neighbours.

Angela Bischoff, Outreach Director

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