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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, we should invest in cleaner alternatives such as wind, hydroelectric, thorium, and geothermal

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, temporarily while we increase investment into cleaner renewable alternatives

@9848QRDfrom British Columbia  answered…2 days

@983TFQLLiberalfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2 days

@97W74QMfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

yes and no because it good because it helps on getting a lot of energy but it is bad because it makes toxic wastes

@97VV7LKfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2wks

most of us should know nuclear substance of weopons is illeagle and not intellagent the canadian military will never make it come to that if the opponent doesnt make it come to that. nuclear bombs have not been used since nagisaki,herishema.

@97V2KHXfrom Ontario  answered…2wks

@97PDJB8from Saskatchewan  answered…3wks

@97NRTW8from Ontario  answered…3wks

Use for specific areas and means where alternatives aren't beneficial.

@97HHVXRfrom Quebec  answered…3wks

@97DJR5Zfrom Manitoba  answered…4wks

yes, I remember seeing nuclear energy is safe and clean for the environment, and if it's not true, we should do our best for the environment and keeping our world clean

@978VHJKfrom Newfoundland  answered…4wks

No, because nuclear energy is radioactive and this increases the chance of semi-fatal diseases such as cancer.

@976DW9Qfrom British Columbia  answered…4wks

@96XHRXVfrom Alberta  answered…1mo

yes, but not in weapons or military, nuclear energy should be used to improve the world not destroy it.

@96TPPQBfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96KBD4Rfrom New Brunswick  answered…2mos

@96HNYQSfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@96G3ZZLfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, People who point to Chernobyl as an argument against nuclear energy often don't realize that it was a result of both incompetence by the staff of the plant, and a design flaw of the control rods.

@96D8PB7from Ontario  answered…2mos

yes, and again. the sun doesn't shine everyday and the wind doesn't blow everyday.

@968J6P9from Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes! Chernobyl happened because of incompetence and design flaws with the reactor's control rods. Plus Nuclear waste can easily be stored.

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@95ZWDQ5from Alberta  answered…2mos

Yes, however it should not be relied upon. Put measures that allows a portion of a power grid to drop for repairs while another picks up the slack.

@95SHK28Conservativefrom Saskatchewan  answered…2mos

as much as it sounds nice I don't want another Chernobyl if we are gonna use nuclear energy there should be heavy precautions put in place with regular safety checks with emergency shutoffs and nuclear plants should be constructed properly as well

@95QN947Liberalfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@95PY3ZBfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, temporarily while we increase the amount invested into cleaner and renewable alternative. Also, as long as it is safe.

@95PGC34from British Columbia  answered…2mos

Yes, as long as there is no subsidy, TerraPower seems like the most reliable.

@95P8Y5Lfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, as long as the design of the plant is resistant, is able to turn on and off witout danger, is very regularly inspected for issues with the plant, has employees with extensive training and knowledge of the plant itself and nuclear energy, and have many failsafes in the case of unexpected events

@95HQRN3New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…3mos

Small Modular Reactors are the future of cleaner energy production

@95FQZJRfrom British Columbia  answered…3mos

Yes, temporarily while we increase investment into cleaner renewable alternatives with additional safety features

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