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Early Progress in Building Confidence and Partnerships with Northern First Nations and Communities in Low-Level Radioactive Waste Remediation Projects in Canada - 11321

@inproceedings{Benitez2011EarlyPI,
  title={Early Progress in Building Confidence and Partnerships with Northern First Nations and Communities in Low-Level Radioactive Waste Remediation Projects in Canada - 11321},
  author={Liliana E. Benitez and J. L. Brown and Dave McCauley and R. Zelmer},
  year={2011}
}
  • Liliana E. Benitez, J. L. Brown, +1 author R. Zelmer
  • Published 2011
  • Geography
  • In 1982, the Government of Canada established the Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Office (LLRWMO) as Canada’s agent for the management of historic low-level radioactive waste. Occurrences of historic waste have been discovered across Canada. The LLRWMO has conducted remediation activities in Port Hope, ON, Toronto (Scarborough), ON, Vancouver (Surrey), BC, Fort McMurray, AB, Tulita, NT, and various other locations across the country. At this time, a key area of focus for the LLRWMO is… CONTINUE READING
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