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If you were Prime Minister Stephen Harper, what position would you take on the issue of nuclear power generation in Canada?

I would just stop, and end the nuclear generations. It's better than dealing with risks, and entering the zone of danger.

I need help. I don't really get this.

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    If the Prime Minister ends the nuclear power generation, what will replace this power to provide electricity to all of the homes and businesses in Canada?

    Hydroelectric power provides a lot of Canada's power, but it also has its risks to the environment and economy.

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    Is that the only way? Cant they use like natural resources?

    I don't even understand. What is nuclear power generation?

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    nuclear power generation is like the plants in Japan that are causing so much trouble. If it was me, i would suggest to keep the exisiting plants we have now, and upgrade their saftey levels and back up power sources. And, in the future, if we as a country, build more, they must have much higher standards both in saftey and back up power sources.

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    Thanks so much Katie:)

  • Prime Minister -

    You should have found out what nuclear power generation is BEFORE you started this series of questions.

    Study these sites carefully.

    http://www.technologystudent.com/energy1/nuclear1.htm

    http://www.howstuffworks.com/nuclear-power.htm

    http://www.nei.org/howitworks/electricpowergeneration/

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    Okay Ms. Sue. Will take a look at them.

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    I need help with my Social posts please.

  • Prime Minister -

    Before I look at your Social posts, please carefully study those websites. If you add to those posts, I'll respond.

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    Could you please help me now.

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