Monday, September 27, 2021
Tomorrow evening, I will present the Green Party of Quebec's brief to the BAPE on the uranium industry. Quebec is about to decide whether we should follow the example of British Columbia and Nova Scotia, which have both banned uranium mining on their territory. According to the Green Party of...
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The Green Party of Quebec supports the many groups of autonomous citizens who are opposed to the exploitation of rare earths in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Last week, the provincial government, under the guise of Investissement Québec, allegedly granted a $1 million subsidy to the company responsible for the first project, which is...
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Here is a copy of a letter that I personally delivered to Scott McKay (Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Sustainable Development), de l'Environnement, de la Faune et des Parcs) this afternoon requesting that an environmental review be held to examine the Matamec project in Abitibi and the entire...
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Today, the Green Party of Quebec is in Temiscamingue, Qc to meet with residents of Lake Kipawa who are opposed to a rare earth mining project. Rare earths are a group of minerals used, among other things, to make batteries for hybrid and electric cars. While the Marois government says it...
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The recent events at the Fukashima Diachi power plants in Japan are proof that this technology and its waste are not safe. In Quebec, we closed Gentilly-2, but the government is still trying to continue mining uranium north of Chibougamau at the Matosh project site. The Matosh Project is strongly...
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