Huge nuclear plant in works
Critics cry foul as Ontario considers Darlington-scale station, enough for all homes, businesses in Toronto
Mar 14, 2008 04:30 AM
The first nuclear power plant to be built in Ontario in more than 20 years could be more than three times larger than what the Liberal government said was needed when it first outlined its nuclear plan in 2006.
Environmentalists are calling it a classic "bait-and-switch" aimed at avoiding a public backlash when the plan was first announced.
A 3,500-megawatt plant would be one of the largest nuclear projects in the world, roughly equal to the size of the existing generating station at Darlington, and would be big enough to power all homes and businesses in Toronto. It would be located either at Darlington or the Bruce generating station near Kincardine. The document also asks that proposals give the government the "option" to build one or two additional reactors.
I don't know why I am even writing this. Canada's environmentalists are so stupid I just assumed they can't even read. Maybe if I write simple words in big bold letters they might get it. IT'S MASS IMMIGRATION STUPIDS!!! Why do you think Ontario needs another Darlington sized nuclear power plant? Think morons!!!
Canada's population now over 33 million while the collective IQ of Canada's environmentalists remains at 0.
Canada's Environmentalists just don't get it: It's mass immigration stupids!!!