Dear Neighbors,

A Canadian company recently made the shocking, unilateral, and dangerous decision to bury over 7 million cubic feet of nuclear waste less than a mile from the shores of Lake Huron, and directly across the lake from residents of St. Clair, Sanilac and Huron Counties.  Despite the outrage voiced by communities and residents in both Canada and Michigan, Canada's Joint Review Panel recently recommended the plan move forward.

We are asking President Donald Trump to exercise the United States’ rights under the International Boundary Waters Treaty to stop the Canadian government from approving this plan to bury deadly waste on the Lakes Huron, threatening the Great Lakes Bain for generations!


Will you stand with us? 

Add your voice to those of thousands of other concerned citizens demanding that President Trump exercise the United States’ international rights to keep 7 million cubic feet of nuclear waste from being buried under the shores of Lake Huron!

What's Happening

  • Ontario Power Generation, a Canadian company, plans to bury 53,000 containers of nuclear waste less than a mile from the shores of Lake Huron, and this plan was just approved by Canada's Joint Review Panel.

  • The dig site is expected to take up over 70 acres–just 700 yards from the water's edge.

  • They plan to bury contaminated mops, rags, industrial items, filters and irradiated components from within nuclear reactors.

  • On August 21st, 2017, Minster Catherine McKenna, announced that her decision would be delayed additional information provided from OPG and the Saugeen Ojibway Nation. 

The Fight So Far...

  • Members of the U.S Senate & Congress introduced a resolution opposing the nuke dump and for the U.S and Canada to work  together develop a safe and responsible solution for the long-term storage of nuclear waste. 

  • State Legislators have introduced resolutions opposing the plan, fighting to keep our water clean and safe. 

  • 23 Members of U.S. Senate & Congress have recently urged President Trump and Secretary Tillerson to call on the 1909 Join Boundaries Treaty and protect Lake Huron.

  • Communities representing over 250 million people have passed resolutions to oppose the plan. 

  • +90,000 people have come together to voice their opposition to this dangerous plan.

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