Diplomat's Passing Highlights Our Nuclear Dilemma

A respected Canadian diplomat, Dwight Fulford, passed away just as the Harper government was putting the final touches on its budget, which included funding to complete an improved and—the government hopes—more saleable Candu reactor.

Jim Creskey
Published: Wednesday, 02/04/2009 12:00 am EST

A respected Canadian diplomat, Dwight Fulford, passed away just as the Harper government was putting the final touches on its budget, which included funding to complete an improved and—the government hopes—more saleable Candu reactor.

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