Posts Tagged As: Ministry of the Environment

Blog Post #33 – Another Radioactive Spill in Lake Ontario Poses No Harm. Really!!!

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Excerpt from the OH&S Canada magazine

This happened back in November of 2009 but it goes to show that radioactive leaks happen far too often. My first blog on the accidental release of radioactivity material centred around the Bruce Power Station. This particular blog takes place November of 2009 at the Darlington nuclear station in Clarington, Ontario.

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Blog Post #22 – Operation Corridor Was a Success

The OPP, along with safety inspectors from the Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of the Environment checked 1431 commercial vehicles on some of the busiest highways in Ontario during a successful 24-hour safety blitz. The final total of charges reached 355. This compares to 1,532 vehicles stopped and only 285 charges laid during the same time frame last year. Inspectors checked trucks for poor maintenance, environmental violations and any mechanical problems.

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