With potassium iodide distribution underway to residents who live within a 10 kilometre radius of the Bruce nuclear site, Kevin Lamont of Tiverton was the first member of the public to pick up the tablets. Megan Adams, Bruce Power Community Relations, exchanged Kevin’s voucher for the tablets.

Residents were recently sent an information package that included vouchers for the tablets as well as details on upcoming information sessions and pickup points.

Advocated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and supported by Bruce Power, the Municipality of Kincardine and the Grey Bruce Health Unit, the initiative replaces the current practice of having the tablets available at the Municipal Reception Evacuation Centre. More information can be found at www.bepreparedgreybrucehuron.com.

With potassium iodide distribution underway to residents who live within a 10 kilometre radius of the Bruce nuclear site, Kevin Lamont of Tiverton was the first member of the public to pick up the tablets. Megan Adams, Bruce Power Community Relations, exchanged Kevin’s voucher for the tablets.

Residents were recently sent an information package that included vouchers for the tablets as well as details on upcoming information sessions and pickup points.

Advocated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and supported by Bruce Power, the Municipality of Kincardine and the Grey Bruce Health Unit, the initiative replaces the current practice of having the tablets available at the Municipal Reception Evacuation Centre. More information can be found at www.bepreparedgreybrucehuron.com.

With potassium iodide distribution underway to residents who live within a 10 kilometre radius of the Bruce nuclear site, Kevin Lamont of Tiverton was the first member of the public to pick up the tablets. Megan Adams, Bruce Power Community Relations, exchanged Kevin’s voucher for the tablets.

Residents were recently sent an information package that included vouchers for the tablets as well as details on upcoming information sessions and pickup points.

Advocated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and supported by Bruce Power, the Municipality of Kincardine and the Grey Bruce Health Unit, the initiative replaces the current practice of having the tablets available at the Municipal Reception Evacuation Centre. More information can be found at www.bepreparedgreybrucehuron.com.