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Uranium Mine (St Antoine)

84 Signatures Goal: 100

Did you know that they are planning to open a Uranium Mine in Saint-Antoine We would be one of five sites. No ,well neither did I until my sister told me that she saw the plans at a meeting held in Moncton. Uranium is a radioactive product. What does that mean It causes cancer(especially leukemia) , birth defects and all aroud hazard to your health. Uranium dust can travel up tp 100 miles from the mines. What does that mean for us We will no longer be able to plant gardens,no more live stock,no more apple orchards,no more fishing and what about our water supply. Everything will be infected with Uranium dust. If the contract is signed, they have the right to drill a half mile hole in your yard and just leave it open. That means that the Uranium fumes can escape from that hole and really get you good. We need to join together to protect our families , our kids and grand-kids future. If this contract is signed our community will become a ghost town. Our property value will drop to nothing.The mines are not even being done to profit Canada ,it is to be ship out of the country. So we get to get sick and die for a foreign country. How nice is that I ask that you pass this very important e-mail to everyone you know . Write to your MLA ,speak to your mayor. Please sign this petition and pass it along. Thanks

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    Michel Dubois Canada
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    Michel Dubois Canada
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    Christopher McKnight Canada
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    Sylvie Theriault Canada
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    Rejean Richard Canada
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    Renee Richard Canada
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    MONIQUE MCDONALD Canada
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    Serge Breau Canada
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    Nicole Breau Canada
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    Melissa Colpitts Canada
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    JoanneLeBlanc Canada
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    Martine Richard Canada
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    Melanie Fournier Canada
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    diane freeman United States
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    Catherine Barrette Canada
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