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  • AECB Delays Decision On Eldorado Area Anti-Nuke Members Surprised - The Standard, 1981
        This article from January 1981 covers some of the opposition to the building of a Uranium Trioxide Refinery near Blind River by Eldorado Nuclear. Local residents had taken their concerns to the Atomic Energy Control Board in hopes of stopping the project.
      This article from January 1981 covers some of the opposition to the ...
  • Growth Arouses Feelings Of Fear, Excitement - The Sault Star, 1981
        An article that discusses what effects the boom in Elliott Lake would have on Blind River and what the construction of Eldorado Nuclear would do for the small town of Blind River.
      An article that discusses what effects the boom in Elliott Lake would ...
  • Refinery Controversy Brews In Blind River - The Sault Star, 1981
        The controversy was constant in the days prior to the building of Eldorado in Blind River. Many concerned citizens for and against attended meetings with members of the AECB to discuss the pros and cons the plant might present. This article discusses one such meeting convened by the Blind River ...
      The controversy was constant in the days prior to the building of ...
  • Eldorado Has Raised Shrill Voices On North Shore - The Sault Star, 1981
        Articles appeared daily with no shortage of fodder regarding the construction of the Eldorado plant in Blind River. One of its biggest supporters were the residents of the Chiblow Mississauga Indian band seeing jobs and opportunity. On the other hand some local citizens continued to rally against it.
      Articles appeared daily with no shortage of fodder regarding the construction of ...
  • Optimism Felt About North Shore Refinery - The Sault Star, 1981
        Articles appeared daily with no shortage of fodder regarding the construction of the Eldorado plant in Blind River. One of its biggest supporters were the residents of the Chiblow Mississauga Indian band seeing jobs and opportunity. On the other hand some local citizens continued to rally against it.
      Articles appeared daily with no shortage of fodder regarding the construction of ...
  • Refinery Promise Sought -The Sault Star, 1981
        This article covers a story of CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) demand to the council of Blind River that they provide a legally binding agreement saying they would be held responsible for any effects caused to people or the environment by the Eldorado plant along the North Shore.
      This article covers a story of CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) ...
  • Eldorado Heavy Construction To Begin Soon - The Sault Star, 1981
        With approval on site plans from the AECB, the $130 million dollar project was set to begin at the beginning of March 1981. This article discussed the next steps including optimizing the building season that was to come.
      With approval on site plans from the AECB, the $130 million dollar ...
  • Monitoring Group Closer To Reality - The Standard, 1981
        In March of 1981 the Blind River council was attempting to establish a committee to monitor the Eldorado Plant operations. Some of the issues to be resolved were funding, access to information and the site, salaries or lack thereof for committee members and other things.
      In March of 1981 the Blind River council was attempting to establish ...
  • Eldorado Signs Pact With Town, Gives $405,000.00 - The Standard, 1981
        On May 15, 1981 a photo appeared in the local paper showing the signing of the paperwork that would see the construction of the Eldorado Plant and a cheque being received to assist in the building of a new recreational facility.
      On May 15, 1981 a photo appeared in the local paper showing ...
  • Eldorado Nuclear Opens Information Office - The Standard, 1981
        This brief clip talks about the opening of an office to provide information to the public about the Eldorado Plant.
      This brief clip talks about the opening of an office to provide ...
  • Eldorado Information Meeting Subdued - The Standard, 1981
        A meeting was held in Blind River for the public attended by Eldorado Nuclear, the AECB, Lummus of Canada, Environment Canada, and Health and Welfare Canada on May 10, 1981 to address jobs, waste disposal and other issues.
      A meeting was held in Blind River for the public attended by ...
  • Uranium Refinerys Critics Distort Story Dakers Says - The Standard, 1981
        This short listing of facts about the Eldorado plant came from an interview with the Vice President in charge of refining, where he talked about emissions from the plant, their financing and the distortions anti nuclear groups have put into the public view.
      This short listing of facts about the Eldorado plant came from an ...
  • Citizens Quiz Eldorado and AECB - The Standard, 1981
        This brief article discusses the information session that was held and some of the concerns citizens from the area brought to the table such as cancer studies and abnormal situations that could occur.
      This brief article discusses the information session that was held and some ...
  • Eldorado Facts Detailed - The Sault Star, 1981
        This article is a recap of the meeting that took place in Blind River for those citizens that were unable to attend and gives details of what was discussed in some detail.
      This article is a recap of the meeting that took place in ...
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