From CBC News/Canada:
First Nations communities in the Elliott Lake area say the gates to the backyard are firmly shut even though business leaders there are on board with being considered a long-term storage site for nuclear waste.
The North Shore Tribal Council said there’s going to be opposition to the area becoming a nuclear waste storage site. The council represents seven First Nations across the North Shore of Lake Huron.
Tribal Council CEO Alan Ozawanimke said the chiefs have one message for the nuclear waste management group looking around Canada for potential sites: “Don’t waste your financial resources if you plan to conduct a study in this area because they’re going to oppose it.”
Read the full story: First Nations vow to fight nuclear waste storage plans – Sudbury – CBC News.