Cold War Relic Site Gets Costly Cleanup: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/cold-war-relic-site-500-gets-costly-cleanup/article581124/
Massive Cleanup in the Far North www.timminspress.com/2011/09/02/massive-cleanup-in-the-far-north-photo-gallery
What are the Human Health Effects of PCBs? www.clearwater.org/news/pcbhealth.html
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING 2014 GOVERNMENT DOCUMENT STATES THE FOLLOWING:
"The contaminants were deemed to have had an existing or potential adverse impact on human health and the environment."
There is NO 'have had' as the toxins, especially PCBs, are retained within the body and ACCUMULATE OVER TIME.
REPORT : Evaluation of Remediation of MCL Cleanup Sites (Government of Canada, 2014) epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/201/301/weekly_acquisition_lists/2015/w15-45-F-E.html/collections/collection_2015/mdn-dnd/D58-47-2014-eng.pdf
2006 Article by Leonard J.S. Tsuji, Mike Metatawabin et al on Remediation (cleanup) of the Fort Albany MCL site
2001 Article by Leonard J.S. Tsuji et al on Contamination of the Ft. Albany Mid Canada Line Radar Site www3.brandonu.ca/library/cjns/21.1/cjnsv21no1_pg149-160.pdf
Susan G. Enberg is a Masters of Fine Arts graduate student at Ryerson University. Her main fields of research are: the hard-handed measures of governments to control what they consider to be expendable populations; and, Cold War human experimentation.