"They're inspecting the mortuary, and probably 80 or 90 percent of our mission is the preparation of remains," he added. "... If it was Private Smith, it would never have been an issue. We treat everyone the same in the mortuary. We pride ourselves on that. We don't care if you're a janitor or a general."
Research scientist John Smith, who works for Canada’s fisheries and oceans department, told The Associated Press on March 17, 2017, that “crazy low levels” of cesium from Fukushima found in a Canadian salmon are no cause for alarm.