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Make Ontario an NWFZ

anon — June 1983

“In the opinion of this House, the Province of Ontario, Canada, should declare itself a Nuclear Arms Free Zone, and the government should prohibit the deployment of nuclear weapons in Ontario. the testing of nuclear weapons and associated equipment is the province, the construction of nuclear weapons and associated equipment, the transport of nuclear weapons and associated equipment through and within the province, and the export of goods and materials for use in the construction and deployment of nuclear arms. Is addition, the Province should encourage cities, provinces and states throughout the world to initiate similar action.”

If you support this resolution, submitted to the Ontario Legislature on April 19.1983. mail the form below to:

Richard Johnston, MPP
Room 139
Main Parliament Buildings
Queen’s Park
Toronto, Ontario, M7A lAS

I support Resolution No. 1 on the Order Paper of the Ontario Legislature, Third session, 32nd Parliament, regarding Nuclear Arms.

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