Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

Current News Articles

Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

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Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

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Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

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Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

Current News Articles

Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

READ MORE

Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

READ MORE

Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

READ MORE

Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

READ MORE

New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

READ MORE

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Fax: (905) 839-7085
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Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries
1550 Kingston Road, Suite 219
Pickering, Ontario L1V 1C3
Membership Enquiries & Support
Fax: (905) 839-7085

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News // OCNI
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

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Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

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Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

READ MORE

Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

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Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

READ MORE

Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

READ MORE

Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

READ MORE

Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

READ MORE

Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

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Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

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Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

Current News Articles

Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

READ MORE

Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

READ MORE

Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

READ MORE

Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

READ MORE

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Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries
1550 Kingston Road, Suite 219
Pickering, Ontario L1V 1C3
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Fax: (905) 839-7085

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News // OCNI
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

Current News Articles

Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement

Deep River, Canada— Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Lab...

READ MORE

Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies le...

READ MORE

Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverag...

READ MORE

Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

READ MORE

New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

READ MORE

Contact us for more information. Drop us a line!

General & Contact
Fax: (905) 839-7085
Our Address
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Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) have announced a five-year master services agreement to support CNL’s vision for the revitalization of the Chalk River Laboratories campus. 
Hatch and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories enter into a five-year master services agreement
 Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Fuel loading has begun at Darlington 2, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced. The refurbishment of Darlington 3 is now expected to start in the second quarter of 2020 as the company applies lessons learned during the refurbishment of unit 2.
Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Two partnership agreements signed today will advance an Ontario-based solution to deliver a stable global supply of life-saving medical isotopes from Bruce Power’s nuclear facility. This leverages the infrastructure work underway at Bruce Power to extend the life of the facility and its existing capability producing isotopes for use in health care around the world through 2064.  
Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada is applying for a renewal of its licence, which could impact operations at its Peterborough facility.
Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012.
New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
Tetra Tech Canada, which has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century, opened its new office today at 233 Broadway Street.
Tetra Tech Canada expands presence in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties with opening of Kincardine office
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
In an effort to advance the ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc.’s (ARC Canada) Research & Development initiatives, ARC Canada is pleased to announce that President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, will be hosting a Mixer at the University of Moncton on Thursday, November 7 th at 5pm in the Engineering building.
President & CEO, Norman JD Sawyer, Discusses ARC Canada’s Vision For New Brunswick With the University Of Moncton
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada have reached a new six-year agreement that secures a key role for the engineering company in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program which is Canada’s largest infrastructure project.
Bruce Power and Tetra Tech Canada reach new agreement for engineering services
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
British regulators see no fundamental issues that would prevent Radioactive Waste Management (RWM) from developing "a fully scoped safety case in the future" for a geological disposal facility (GDF), but have identified a number of areas that RWM will need to improve when it does.
Way clear for geological disposal planning, British regulators say
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Bruce Power is now the first $1 million donor in the history of Wounded Warriors Canada.
Wounded Warriors Receive Milestone Donation from Bruce Power
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh II nuclear power plant in southwest Russia has entered commercial operation, 30 days ahead of schedule, state nuclear corporation Rosatom announced today. Commissioning of the VVER-1200 brings the number of power reactors in commercial operation in Russia to 36.
Second Novovoronezh II unit enters commercial operation
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premier nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it is building on its 70-year history in medical isotope production and research to advance the availability and scientific understanding of actinium-225, a rare medical isotope that has shown great promise as the basis for new, cutting-edge cancer therapies.
CNL Turns Its Attention to Next-Generation of Medical Isotopes
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
BWX Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: BWXT) announced today that it plans to produce the medical radioisotope Germanium-68 (Ge-68) with a focus on addressing a growing global demand for the product.
BWXT to Produce Medical Radioisotope Germanium-68 to Address Rise in Demand
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Bruce Power is pleased to welcome KEPCO Engineering & Construction Company, Inc. (KEPCO E&C) to Saugeen Shores. KEPCO E&C held an official opening of its Canadian office at 733 Goderich Street in Port Elgin on October 29th.
KEPCO Engineering & Construction opens Canadian office in Port Elgin
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Support by the Belgian public for keeping the country's nuclear power plants in operation beyond 2025 has risen to 46% of those surveyed, up from 30% recorded in a 2017 poll. The percentage of respondents who believe the share of nuclear power in Belgium's electricity mix should be reduced has fallen to 59% from 75% in 2017. Forum Nucléaire says the increase in support shown by the 18-month barometer survey is "remarkable".
Belgian support for keeping reactors running beyond 2025 rises
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Nuclear Promise X (NPX) today announced a new agreement with the Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) to facilitate innovation projects. 
Nuclear Promise X and the Nuclear Innovation Institute sign agreement on Innovation Projects at NPXs office expansion event
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
A team of 19 Canadian-based nuclear equipment and service providers visited Romania from October 6 to 11, 2019 for meetings and site visits to build partnerships supporting the refurbishment of Cernavoda Unit 1 and the potential completion of Cernavoda units 3&4.
Canadian and Romanian Nuclear Suppliers forge Partnerships during Trade Mission
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, and its consortium partner Ansaldo Nucleare S.p.A (Ansaldo), an Ansaldo Energia Group company, were awarded a $13.9 million (CDN) contract by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN).
SNC-Lavalin consortium awarded $13.9M key nuclear engineering contract in Romania
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
I never thought I would become a passionate champion for nuclear energy. But after 20 years of advocating for renewable energy, I’ve overcome the misconceptions I had in the past and I am convinced by the evidence we can’t fight climate change without nuclear.
Nuclear energy is a vital part of solving the climate crisis
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Leading Canadian research organizations complete first trial production run of actinium-225, demonstrating capability to produce “the rarest drug on Earth”
CNL & TRIUMF Successfully Produce Rare Medical Isotope that Could Revolutionize Fight Against Cancer
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Globotech Inc. opened its doors and cut the ribbon today at its new office – located at 594 Goderich St., Unit 3 with about guests and dignitaries in attendance.
Globotech, Inc. opens Port Elgin office to support Major Component Replacement Project
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate Liburdi Automation in its continuous growth and successes as a Hamilton-grown business servicing Ontario’s nuclear sector as well as that of Canada at large.
Liburdi Automation Celebrates Growth as Long-time Partner to Ontario’s Nuclear Industry Expansion
 Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
The Czech Republic will need to build not only one new unit at its Dukovany nuclear power plant, but also more reactors at Temelín if it is to avoid becoming dependent on electricity imports from 2030, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry and Trade Karel Havlíček said yesterday. Havlíček cited the latest Mid-term Adequacy Forecast (MAF CZ 2019) published on 18 October by high-voltage grid operator operator ČEPS.
Czech Republic needs more nuclear units, report shows
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Public perception of nuclear power in mitigating climate change does not depend exclusively on education, but is also determined to a large extent by each individual's world view, Jessica Lovering of the Breakthrough Institute said last week at the International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power, held by the International Atomic Energy Agency at its headquarters in Vienna.
How 'world view' affects public perception of nuclear power
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
This morning, following yesterday’s federal election, Bruce Power released a briefing document for Canada’s 43rd Parliament, which will be sworn into office in the coming weeks.
Bruce Power releases briefing document for 43rd Parliament of Canada
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) issued a Reconciliation Policy that sets out how the organization will contribute to Reconciliation. Under the policy, the NWMO commits to respectful and meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples and communities, providing cultural awareness and Reconciliation training to staff and contractors, and annually publishing a Reconciliation implementation plan.
The NWMO issues Reconciliation Policy, calls on corporate Canada to join discussion
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
Bruce Power is announcing today that Canadian company Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc., a long-time supplier to the Canadian nuclear industry, is ready to begin the delivery of zirconium alloy pressure tubes for the Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) Project.
Nu-Tech Precision Metals Inc. to begin delivery of pressure tubes to Bruce Power for Major Component Replacement Project
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec
Canada's SNC-Lavalin Group sees revenues from its power businesses tripling over the next 10 years, fueled by appetite from North American utilities to digitize and modernize their grid networks, a company executive told Reuters.
SNC Lavalin sees power revenues tripling over next 10 years: exec

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Fuel loading begins at Canada's Darlington unit 2

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Bruce Power, ITM, Kinectrics and Framatome finalize agreements to advance Ontario-based solution to meet global health needs

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Public hearing on BWXT NEC licensing renewal application rescheduled for Peterborough

A  public hearing will take place this spring on a licensing renewal application by nuclear energy firm BWXT Nuclear Energy Canada (NEC) to allow uranium dioxide pellet production at its Peterbor...

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New Study Finds Nuclear Industry Accounts for 76,000 Jobs Across Canada

OTTAWA, Nov. 8, 2019 /CNW/ - A new study has found that Canada's nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada, an increase from 60,000 jobs in 2012. The study, ...

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