It is time to make electric cars a regular occurrence on the streets of Saskatchewan. Lynn Oliphant drives a Chevy Volt and wants to get more of these amazing electric vehicles on our roadways. Read further to find out how you can participate in the electric car revolution in Saskatoon and beyond.
Join Dr. Dale Dewar and Turning the Tide Bookstore for the launch of From Hiroshima to Fukushima to You: A Primer on Radiation and Health Facebook event page
Wednesday, December 3 at 7:00 pm
Amigos Cantina (Back Room)
632 10th St. East
Admission Free - All Welcome - Wheelchair Accessible
Under 19 welcome until 8 pm
The current debate around Saskatchewan hosting a nuclear waste dump is not new, we have been here before. At this page from our old web site, you will find some historical articles on the great nuclear waste debate from the 1990's.
How the Nuclear Waste Management Organization targeted Pinehouse: Huge cash infusion only brings strife to northern community
From Briarpatch Magazine, April 12, 2014 - "Early in March, Briarpatch magazine received documents from the Northern Village of Pinehouse, in partial compliance with one of two Freedom of Information requests filed a year ago. Pinehouse is an isolated village of just under 1,400 people, 80 per cent of whom are Cree speaking. The community is located about 500 kilometres north of Saskatoon."