SIERRA CLUB OF CANADA INVITES
CONCERNED RESIDENTS TO A PUBLIC MEETING
There is a lot of controversy about the issues of health risk related to toxic contamination, the best clean-up technology for the Muggah Creek Watershed and the nature of federal environmental assessment law.
Come hear from experts on health: Dr. Timothy Lambert, University of Calgary, and the Chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Peoples’ Health Commission who will update the community health studies.
Come hear from experts on technology:
Also on hand to answer your questions: Dan McMullin, Chair of the Cape Breton Group and Elizabeth May, Executive Director of Sierra Club of Canada.
ASK THE QUESTIONS ON YOUR MIND:
Why does Sierra Club of Canada oppose any plan that involves incineration?
What are the technologies that offer a safer approach to clean-up?
Is it safe to live near the area during remediation?
What is a panel review under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act?
WHERE & WHEN?
Saturday, October 2, 2004
at 2:30 PM
Cambridge Suites Hotel, The Esplanade
Please contact 539-3303