Medical Health Officer, Doctor Paul Gully, says that's in addition to six permanent stations. "These will be monitors which will be placed along the West Coast in order to collect information about radiation in the atmosphere, in the air. Information from those monitors will then be continually fed back to Ottawa to be analyzed in terms of what the current situation is."To the south, there's this link with the Disclaimer along the bottom:
"This is the first web site where the average citizen (or anyone in the world) can see what radiation levels are anywhere in the USA at any time (see Disclaimer below)"
On separate pages there is a map for Japan, Alaska and Hawaii, and Europe.
Where's the map for Canada, or more to the point, British Columbia?
And after the Provincial Health authority fiasco of not having enough properly certified Radiologist, where's the list of those nuclear technicians who are certified to read and interpret the results of these new monitors, plus the existing six?