A nine-part Youtube video (this link is to Part One). January 16, 2008, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Gordon Edwards of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility addresses a large crowd of concerned Alberta citizens.Tar sands operations are drawing an increasing amount of our domestic allotment of conventional fossil fuels (especially natural gas, commonly used for heating fuel in our extreme winter conditions) to create fuels and feedstock for export. As Alberta’s natural gas production has apparently peaked, the industry is looking to develop large scale, alternative energy sources for ongoing extraction of low-quality bitumen from the sands of northern Alberta.Nuclear Power: Hope or Hoax? … presented by the Sierra Club of Canada, Prairie Chapter and the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility. Video productions services were provided by Rainbow Bridge Communications Company.