There are two parts to this episode: Part 1 is a Q & A session with BWXT company representatives Natalie Cutler, David Snopek and Ted Richardson as they explain why their plant is safe, while in Part 2 Jim Dufresne, a retired GE nuclear worker, describes the health status of his former colleagues at the plant on Monaghan Road. Part 1 was recorded at the BWXT plant on January 16, while Part 2 was recorded in Warsaw, Ontario on January 5. BWXT’S Cutler says she would send her daughter to Prince of Wales Public School without any hesitation. This school is across Monaghan Road from her company’s nuclear plant. Dufresne says that out of 175 ex-employees of GE nuclear/GE Hitachi, 64 have died of various cancers.
- BWXT took over the operation of their facilities at the legacy GE plant on Monaghan Road in 2016.