As citizens we face a momentous public decision regarding our province's future. Use this website to become more informed about the nuclear issue and renewable energy alternatives in Saskatchewan. The "Learn More" section has detailed information and links on the key issues we are facing. Click on the links in the sidebar to your left to find pages on upcoming events, local communities, download
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GEPS have issued a series of five reports called Transforming Saskatchewan's Electrical Future:
Green Energy Project-Saskatchewan's
(GEPS) goal is to create a comprehensive,
technically sound plan to transform
Saskatchewan's electricity grid to run on
renewable energy sources in a way that will
also be economically & socially beneficial for
rural, urban & First Nations communities.
Sustainability is Achievable, But How Do We Get There? by Mark Bigland-Pritchard and Peter Prebble
Using Electricity More Efficiently by Mark Bigland-Pritchard
The Potential for Wind and Solar Power by Mark Bigland-Pritchard
Plugging the Gap: Sustainable Power Options to Complement Wind and Solar by Mark Bigland-Pritchard
A group of Senators at the University of Saskatchewan known as USSWORD, have joined with other groups & individuals who are concerned about the Corporatization of our University.
Visions clash at animated U of S Senate meeting. The bulk of this article contains comments by U of S President Peter McKinnon dismissing the legitimate concerns raised by the USSWORD Senators.
Senators & U of S Faculty continue to raise awareness about the impact of corporate connections at the University of Saskatchewan.
Radioactive Trinity: A Study of the Partnerships & Collaborations of Government, Industry & the University of Saskatchewan.
The University & The Nuclear Industry - a personal, subjective view from a long-time faculty member, Alexander M. Ervin, Ph.D. Professor, Anthropology.
The Coalition has created a page with resources & suggestions to encourage residents from across Saskatchewan to support this historic action. The page includes Walk photos, more photos (thanks Doug) petition, an open letter to Saskatchewan people, radio interviews, messages of solidarity, videos, news & much more. You can make a donation to the group.
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R-Town News, August 26, 2011
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Saskatchewan is being targeted for High Level Nuclear Waste Disposal.
We say NO to nuclear waste dump in our province, and we call for a STOP to the production of nuclear waste. Learn more about nuclear waste including:
Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is looking for a place to bury high level nuclear waste in Canada. Three Saskatchewan communities have expressed interest in this plan: Pinehouse, Creighton and English River First Nation.
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) has accepted $1 million dollars from the NWMO for "capacity development, education and awareness and partnership opportunities with First Nations in Saskatchewan." Given that NWMO consists of nuclear power producers, the FSIN should be encouraged to
seek independent information for
communities to make an informed (Get Poster here)
Jim Harding has written several articles recently exploring various aspects of Saskatchewan hosting a nuclear waste dump. These may be reprinted with credit given to R-Town News.
The Keepers of the Water Gathering IV took place at Wollaston Lake this summer. Read the resolutions passed at the gathering. Jim Harding was one of many in attendance, here are two of his latest articles:
What’s the Alternative to Nuclear Colonialism in the North? A Background paper for Keepers of the Water IV, Wollaston Lake, August 2010.
Uranium Industry Self-Promotes: North Remains "Among Poorest" August 2010
Check out more of Jim's columns, including PDF versions.
Learn more about how Indigenous Peoples are affected by the nuclear industry worldwide.
100's of people from across the province rallied in Saskatoon in 2009 to show their support for a Nuclear Free & Green Energy future for Saskatchewan...
Sasky The Living Skies Guy says Hope is Alive & Well!
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Voice your opinion! Write, phone, fax your MLAs, newspapers, radio stations etc. Here is some useful contact information to send a message to your elected representatives at all levels of government.