Environmentalists balk at this idea because of the nuclear waste they produce and the safety hazards they pose.
McGuinty stands firm on his decision though and assures the public there is "nothing wrong with our nuclear program."
"Yes, in this area there have been sightings of animals growing to unusual sizes but I don't see how this has any relation to our Nuclear program. We are here to discuss the benefits of a sustainable energy source, not some mutant animals."
- Dalton McGuinty, Premier of Ontario
The rest of the press conference was cut short as most reporters left to watch as the Giant Cat single-handedly pulled four 500 pound Tuna from Lake Huron. An amazing feat if for no other reason than it being the first time Tuna have been found in freshwater.
Afterwards, McGuinty promised to 'have the giant cat put down' promising that future discussions of the Province's energy crisis would not be distracted by these Giant Beasts.
-The Blogastair, reporting live on location, Bruce Power Plant, Tiverton, Ontario