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This week, the Global Research News Hour takes a concerted look at the nuclear industry in Saskatchewan, the extent to which nuclear giants Cameco and Areva have co-opted government and academia, and plans to use Northern Saskatchewan communities as a repository of nuclear waste generated elsewhere in North America.
GUests include retired archivist and historian and Briarpatch contributor D'Arcey Hande, and ENglish River, Saskatchewan resident and concerned citizen Candyce Paul who belongs to the group Committee for Future Generations.
INterviews by Michael Welch
(2:00-5:15) News Notes
(5:15-29:00) D'Arcey Hande interview
(29:30-58:20) Candyce Paul