"This meticulously researched book makes it clear why non-proliferation treaties and international inspection agencies are failing to prevent the increase in nations with nuclear arms, using Canadian uranium and Canadian nuclear technology.”
David Suzuki, Scientist and Broadcaster
MEET AUTHOR PAUL MCKAY
Paul McKay has won Canada’s top national journalism awards multiple times for investigative, feature, business and environmental reporting. Many are included in his book-length compilation: “The Art of the Expose’: Dispatches from a Rebel Reporter”.
As a recipient of the prestigious Toronto Star-sponsored Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy he produced a report called “Plundering the Future” which profiled national environmental challenges facing Canada. His reportage has appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and Vancouver Sun, and was a finalist for the Governor-General award for public service journalism.
He is also a past Pierre Berton Writer-in-Residence, an author of seven books, a music composer, and a philanthropist who has aided NGO’s providing solar systems to poor villages in Brazil, an orphanage in Jamaica, an off-grid school in Tanzania and an Orca whale research station in British Columbia. He also founded Canada’s first solar-powered publishing company, which can be accessed at: www.simpaticosongandscript.com
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