I am amused.
Sonja McLeod has posted scientifically legitimate information on her Little Mountain Homeopathy Blog.
Whatever you do, don't tell her. She may feel the need to remove it.
Okay so quick bit of background.
Japan: Earthquake - arrrrrrgh!
Japan: Tidal Waves - Aiiieee!
Japan: Nuclear Power plants in jeopardy: Holy mother... have we learned nothing about nuclear power safety management?
So it certainly seems if you are following the news that while this situation is very un-cool (no pun intended) at Fukushima Daiichi, that the chances of serious amounts of fallout reaching our shores is currently very small, and there is every reason to expect that chance to dwindle. Now, do not conflate that statement with the idea that there will be no effect on people half a world away from the plant. No doubt someone will eventually do the math and come up with some estimate like (I am totally making this number up based on nothing more than a report I read on Chernobyl some years after it happened.) "The average lifespan on earth will be 7 minutes shorter as a result of Fukushima Daiichi."
In any case the point being that there is no current reason to be taking potassium iodide in B.C. That part she gets wrong (and if you read the comments it is because "What the CBC says is not gospel to me!" - fair enough... but she's walking up to the paranoia threshold.)
It is also clear upon reading that she is more in favour of other alternative means of preventing radiation (including x-ray) damage... of course, right at the bottom - she could not resist.... homeopathy.