A subarctic mine on the far eastern shores of Great Bear Lake provided Canadian uranium for the bombs detonated over Japan in August 1945. However, a complete history of Canada’s involvement in the Manhattan Project and the development of the atomic bomb has been thwarted by restrictions on classified documents.
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