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June 20, 2018

More than 200 visitors come through Port Granby site’s open doors

Saturday June 9 was perfect weather for a visit to the Port Granby Legacy Waste Management site and hundreds of people did just that as CNL participated for the first time in Doors Open Clarington.

From 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. more than 200 visitors from near and far dropped by the Legacy Waste Management Site to speak with Project Construction, Environmental Performance and Communications staff about past uranium refining practices of the former Crown corporation Eldorado Nuclear, and the once-and-for-all solution to this long-standing environmental issue.

“Events like these provide a valuable opportunity for CNL to connect with the community and reach a broad audience,” said Bill Daly, Communications Specialist, “it was exciting to see that the reception was overwhelmingly positive and our visitors showed a keen interest in learning more about the project.”

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