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Kebaowek First Nation launching court challenge to Chalk River nuclear waste disposal site

Summary by Ground News
An application has been made to the Federal Court for a judicial review of the Jan. 9 decision by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Kebaowek First Nation, part of the Anishnabeg Algonquin Nation, is located about 200 kilometres north of Chalk River. The proposed containment mound would be designed to store up to one million tons of radioactive and hazardous waste.

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