Hatch recognized as Top Employer for Young People
Toronto, Ontario—Hatch has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for the fourth consecutive year. Canada's Top Employers for Young People is an editorial competition organized by the Canada's Top 100 Employers project. 
Hatch recognized as Top Employer for Young People
SNC-Lavalin contracts to extend life of CANDU reactor at Romanian nuclear plant
Candu Energy will work on upgrades to extend the operating life of a 24-year-old Romanian nuclear power unit.
SNC-Lavalin contracts to extend life of CANDU reactor at Romanian nuclear plant
Bruce Power launches next phase of Life-Extension Program with start of Major Component Replacement Unit 6 project
Four years after the start of its Life-Extension Program, Bruce Power is beginning the execution phase of its first Major Component Replacement (MCR) project.
Bruce Power launches next phase of Life-Extension Program with start of Major Component Replacement Unit 6 project
 Whitby campus phase IV expansion Building for Skills
Durham College’s (DC) Whitby campus is once again expanding, shining a spotlight on skilled trades training, innovation and education. Construction is set to begin the first weekend of December, with occupancy scheduled for summer 2021. This project is the latest in the development of the college’s Whitby campus, which has seen a 130 per cent increase in student population over the past 10 years. Growing alongside the increasing number of learners and apprentices has been the location’s physical footprint. This construction marks the fourth phase of revitalization and expansion at this location.
Whitby campus phase IV expansion Building for Skills
Support of province’s policy goals, advancing nuclear medicine and health care, highlighted in inaugural Ontario Energy Report
CNL Awarded Subcontract for Lingen Reactor Decommissioning Project
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s premiere nuclear science and technology organization, is pleased to announce that it has been selected as a subcontractor by Atkins Energy Germany GmbH to participate in the decommissioning of RWE’s prototype boiling water reactor in Lingen, Germany. With expertise from leading major decommissioning, waste management and environmental remediation projects across Canada, CNL has begun to pursue commercial work in the global decommissioning and waste management market and is well-positioned to support this international project.
CNL Awarded Subcontract for Lingen Reactor Decommissioning Project
Hydro-Québec and NB Power sign agreements on electricity purchases and expertise sharing
General Fusion enters strategic partnership with Hatch
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 09, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- General Fusion announced today that it has entered into an industrial partnership with Hatch Ltd. (Hatch) to bring power plant engineering and other expertise to its Fusion Demonstration Plant project.  This partnership includes an investment by Hatch into the recently announced General Fusion USD $65 million Series E financing round.
General Fusion enters strategic partnership with Hatch
BWXT Subsidiary Completes Strategic Acquisition of Laker Energy Products Inc.
 BWX Technologies, Inc. announced today that its subsidiary BWXT Canada Ltd. (BWXT Canada) has acquired Laker Energy Products Inc. (Laker Energy Products). The transaction broadens BWXT’s portfolio of critical CANDU® components for its global customer base.
BWXT Subsidiary Completes Strategic Acquisition of Laker Energy Products Inc.
2020: The Year Canada Leaps Forward in Isotopes. Fighting Cancer & Disease Globally.
New Brunswick premier hopeful for development of small nuclear reactors
With a new decade upon us, clean energy is as simple as following the science
 As the decade comes to a close, 2019 seems to be the year that climate change is finally being taken seriously, all led by a very unlikely champion.  After all, who would have thought that a 16-year-old schoolgirl from Sweden would become not only a voice for a new generation, but a global leader in speaking truth to power on the importance of taking action to address climate change? 
With a new decade upon us, clean energy is as simple as following the science
Dangerous, dear and dying: why the consensus on nuclear power is wrong
Nuclear power is viewed as too dangerous and too costly to form part of our energy future. That’s plain wrong – and it could spell huge opportunity, says Dylan Grice.
Dangerous, dear and dying: why the consensus on nuclear power is wrong
Joint U.S-Canadian Advanced Nuclear Review May Focus on Terrestrial’s Molten Salt Reactor, NuScale SMR
Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR), a 195-MWe Generation IV nuclear technology, and NuScale’s small modular reactor (SMR) may be the focus of the first joint technical review by U.S. and Canadian nuclear regulators in a bid to boost their regulatory effectiveness as more advanced reactors and SMRs trundle toward commercialization. 
Joint U.S-Canadian Advanced Nuclear Review May Focus on Terrestrial’s Molten Salt Reactor, NuScale SMR
Small modular reactors help us take a giant leap in the fight against climate change
To many Canadians, it may not seem like a big deal that the three provinces that have nuclear sectors – Ontario, New Brunswick and Saskatchewan – signed an agreement to develop small modular reactors (SMRs). But this milestone represents a giant leap forward for Canadian industry and the fight against climate change.
Small modular reactors help us take a giant leap in the fight against climate change
New research into millennials will inform skilled trade recruitment policy in Ontario
Ontario’s Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development Monte McNaughton spoke on government efforts to boost skilled trades recruiting at the Buildings Show in Toronto.
New research into millennials will inform skilled trade recruitment policy in Ontario
Only one Northern community still in the running for nuclear waste site
And then there were two. The competition for the location of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO)’s spent nuclear fuel rod storage site, a deep geological repository (DGR), is expected to take a few more years, but the two municipalities still in the race are Ignace in Northern Ontario and Huron-Bruce.
Only one Northern community still in the running for nuclear waste site
AFFIRMATION & ULTIMATE BUILD ANNOUNCED TODAY BY GOVERNMENT OF NEW BRUNSWICK AT ARC CANADA OFFICE IN SAINT JOHN
Excellent progress by ARC Nuclear Canada, Inc. (ARC Canada) continues in the Province of New Brunswick to bring its small modular reactor (SMR) technology to market. On Monday, December 9th, at the ARC Canada offices in the Brunswick Square Tower, the Hon. Mike Holland, Minister of Energy in a delivered speech to a large crowd, affirmed the ultimate build of ARC Canada’s technology at the Point Lepreau Generating Station (PLGS) due to the significant advancement made by the company.
AFFIRMATION & ULTIMATE BUILD ANNOUNCED TODAY BY GOVERNMENT OF NEW BRUNSWICK AT ARC CANADA OFFICE IN SAINT JOHN
L3HARRIS TECHNOLOGIES TO UPGRADE CERNAVODĂ UTILITY OPERATOR TRAINING SIMULATOR
L3Harris Technologies (NYSE:LHX), has been selected by Societatea Nationala Nuclearelectrica S.A. (SNN), a Romanian state-owned utilities company, to upgrade the Cernavodă utility operator training simulator.
L3HARRIS TECHNOLOGIES TO UPGRADE CERNAVODĂ UTILITY OPERATOR TRAINING SIMULATOR
Making electricity more efficient and affordable for remote Indigenous communities
The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) is launching the Remote First Nations Energy Efficiency Pilot Program to make electricity more affordable for remote Indigenous communities that will soon be connected to Ontario’s electricity grid.
Making electricity more efficient and affordable for remote Indigenous communities
TERRESTRIAL ENERGY IMSR ADVANCED REACTOR SELECTED BY CANADIAN AND U.S. REGULATORS FOR JOINT REVIEW
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) have selected Terrestrial Energy’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR®) for the first joint technical review of an advanced, non-light water nuclear reactor technology.
TERRESTRIAL ENERGY IMSR ADVANCED REACTOR SELECTED BY CANADIAN AND U.S. REGULATORS FOR JOINT REVIEW
Group of premiers band together to develop nuclear reactor technology
Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick will work together to research and build small modular reactors.
Group of premiers band together to develop nuclear reactor technology
SNC-Lavalin awarded contract from China National Nuclear Power for pre-project work for the proposed 2-unit Advanced Heavy Water Reactor new build project in China
SNC-Lavalin is pleased to announce its wholly-owned subsidiary Candu Energy Inc., has been awarded a contract by China National Nuclear Power Co. Ltd. (CNNP) for pre-project work on the Advanced Heavy Water Reactor (AHWR).
SNC-Lavalin awarded contract from China National Nuclear Power for pre-project work for the proposed 2-unit Advanced Heavy Water Reactor new build project in China
Darlington Nuclear set to supply life-saving Cobalt-60 isotopes
For close to 50 years, OPG’s Pickering Nuclear Generating Station (GS) has been a source of one of the world’s most valuable medical isotopes – Cobalt-60. Cobalt-60 isotopes are placed into a flask in the spent fuel bay at Pickering Nuclear GS. Now, OPG will continue Pickering’s legacy at Darlington Nuclear GS in Clarington.
Darlington Nuclear set to supply life-saving Cobalt-60 isotopes
ALITHYA IS PROUD TO HAVE WON THE OCNI AWARD RECOGNIZING ITS CUSTOMER SERVICE IN THE CANADIAN NUCLEAR INDUSTRY
Alithya Group inc. (TSX: ALYA) (NASDAQ: ALYA) ("Alithya"), a leader in strategy and digital transformation with more than 2,000 professionals offering digital business solutions across Canada, the US and Europe, is proud to announce that it won the 2019 Customer Service Excellence Award presented by the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) during a ceremony held on November 28th in Ajax (ON).
ALITHYA IS PROUD TO HAVE WON THE OCNI AWARD RECOGNIZING ITS CUSTOMER SERVICE IN THE CANADIAN NUCLEAR INDUSTRY
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries welcomes Ontario Power Generation President and CEO Ken Hartwick as Keynote Speaker at its 40th Anniversary AGM & Awards Dinner
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) held its 40th Anniversary AGM & Awards on November 28th at the Ajax Convention Centre in Ajax Ontario. The AGM celebrated OCNI’s 40-year contribution to the Canadian nuclear industry and introduced the first OCNI “Balance Means Business” award, which recognized an individual who has helped the industry to advance gender equality and diversity in enhancing business excellence.
The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries welcomes Ontario Power Generation President and CEO Ken Hartwick as Keynote Speaker at its 40th Anniversary AGM & Awards Dinner
Hiking carbon tax to $210 cheapest way to hit Canada’s climate targets: commission
The Ecofiscal Commission says quadrupling Canada's carbon price by 2030 is the easiest and most cost-effective way for the country to meet its climate targets.
Hiking carbon tax to $210 cheapest way to hit Canada’s climate targets: commission
Safety advocate taking steps up the nuclear ladder
Jennifer Mueller is pursuing a career in nuclear power thanks to OPG's Indigenous Opportunities in Nuclear program.
Safety advocate taking steps up the nuclear ladder

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