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Canada's Radiation Scandal

Publisher:  Greenpeace, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1990  
Pages:  16pp  
Resource Type:  Book

Abstract:  In this paper Greenpeace argues that Canada's radiation limits are amont the worst in the developed world and that this poses risks to workers who work with radiation or in nuclear facilities. It calls on the government to act to impose stricter limits and criticizes Canada's heavy involvement in the nuclear industry.




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