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The Globe and Mail(Editorial) reports on the question of nuclear power and its size.

The Globe and Mail(Editorial) reports on the question of nuclear power and its size.

The editorial is quoted as saying:

The federal government decided in 2007 that it would build a single centralized dump, deep underground, to hold the country’s nuclear waste – at a cost that could hit $24-billion in the first 100 years alone. The economic spinoff for the town that takes the dump would be enormous: Among other benefits, it would gain 1,000 jobs. By centralizing the dump, the government simultaneously centralized the economic benefits, making the deal look as much bribe as economic boon.

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