December 24, 2009
- Update #6: OPG Darlington Nuclear Generating Station Water Release (source: OPG Web site)
Testing of water samples taken from local water treatment facilities continues to indicate normal levels of tritium following an inadvertent release of about 210,000 litres of water at the Darlington Nuclear Station on Monday, December 21, 2009.
- Update #5: OPG Darlington Nuclear Generating Station Water Release (source: OPG Web site)
Water sampling conducted throughout today at local water treatment facilities continues to indicate normal levels of tritium following an inadvertent release of about 210,000 litres of water at the Darlington Nuclear Station on Monday, December 21, 2009.
December 23, 2009
- Update #4: OPG Darlington Nuclear Generating Station Water Release (source: OPG Web site)
Water sampling at local water treatment facilities continues to indicate normal levels of tritium following an inadvertent release of about 210,000 litres of water at the Darlington Nuclear Station Monday.
- CNSC updates its regulatory framework and consults on new draft regulatory and guidance documents for Nuclear Criticality Safety
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has released for public consultation, draft regulatory document RD-327 Nuclear Criticality Safety and draft guidance document GD-327 Guidance for Nuclear Criticality Safety. These draft documents are the first to be released for consultation under the CNSC’s updated regulatory framework.
December 22, 2009
- Update #3: OPG Darlington Nuclear Generating Station Water Release (source: OPG Web site)
Earlier today Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) Darlington Nuclear station had an inadvertent release of demineralized light water containing tritium and hydrazine to the environment, including some drainage into the lake.
- News Release: Uranium Exploration, Mining and Milling - Setting the Record Straight
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) would like to reassure members of the public that uranium mining and milling industry is strictly regulated by the federal government to ensure the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment.
December 16, 2009
- Perspectives on Nuclear Issues: Linear No-Threshold Model
The Linear No-Threshold model (LNT) is the most widely accepted risk model used by health agencies and nuclear regulators around the world, including the CNSC. For radiation protection practices, it assumes a direct and proportional relationship between radiation exposure and cancer risk with all radiation doses.
December 09, 2009
- Project Agreement for the Midwest Uranium Mining and Milling Project in Saskatchewan (source: MPMO Web site)
The development proposal consists of the mining and milling of a uranium deposit in northern Saskatchewan. The Project includes: mining uranium ore at the Midwest development by open pit mining methods; hauling ore along a road linking the Midwest development with the existing McClean Lake Operation; and milling uranium ore at the JEB mill.
December 03, 2009
- Report of the Expert Review Panel on Medical Isotope Production (source: NRCan web site)
- Expert Panel Delivers Report on Isotopes (source: NRCan web site)
The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, is pleased to receive the report from the Expert Review Panel on Medical Isotope Production.
November 30, 2009
- CNSC renews Cameco's Waste Facility Operating Licence for the Beaverlodge mine
Following a one-day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to renew, for a period of three years, Cameco Corporation’s (Cameco) Waste Facility Operating Licence.The renewed licence will be valid from December 1, 2009 until November 30, 2012.
- CNSC replaces Viterra Inc. Order
Following a one-day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to replace the order issued to WESTCO by a CNSC Designated Officer on November 19, 2007, as amended by the Commission on April 21, 2008, for the clean-up of the site located at 3077 Sheppard Place S.E., Calgary, Alberta, and to extend the date by which the clean-up of the site must be completed to December 1, 2011.
November 23, 2009
- Shut-down of Licensed Activities by Mark Anthony Group Inc.
As a result of a compliance inspection conducted by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission on November 3, 2009, the Mark Anthony Group Inc., located in Delta B.C., has voluntarily ceased all licensed activities associated with the fixed nuclear gauges authorized under CNSC licence number 14187-1-13.0. The regulatory non-compliances identified during the inspection of November 3, 2009 were significant enough to warrant a commitment from Mark Anthony Group Inc. that the nuclear devices would not be put into operation until all the non-compliances have satisfactorily been corrected.
- CNSC participates in the Community of Federal Regulators 4th Annual Workshop
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) participated in the Community of Federal Regulators (CFR) 4rd Annual National Workshop held in Ottawa on November 23 and 24. This year’s workshop theme was “Navigating the Regulatory Landscape in a Shifting Environment". The CNSC hosted a kiosk at the workshop, providing an overview of the CNSC and its priorities, with a presentation on the CNSC’s compliance program.
November 20, 2009
- Junk Science: Sierra Club of Canada Misleads the Public
Contrary to the report issued today by the Sierra Club of Canada entitled "Tritium on Tap", the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) would like to reassure members of the public that tritium levels in drinking water and the releases of Canada’s nuclear industry poses no risk to their health. The CNSC would not licence a facility unless it was operating safely.
- Release of the Final Report in the CNSC’s Integrated Regulatory Review Service Peer Review
The CNSC is pleased to announce that today, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) released the final report for the June 2009 Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) Peer Review of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC). The review team has determined that, overall, Canada has a mature and well-established nuclear regulatory framework and that the nuclear regulator does an effective job in protecting the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment.
- CNSC Commissioner Dr. J. Moyra J. McDill receives 2009 Ontario Professional Engineers Award (source: Ottawa Citizen Web site)
Carleton professor credits family support for her success. She's to be honoured by her peers for her contribution to engineering and society.
November 19, 2009
- Darlington new nuclear power plant project: Technical information session on nuclear power plant designs (source: CEAA Web site)
The Joint Review Panel for the Darlington New Nuclear Power Plan Project invites the public to attend a technical information session in Ottawa regarding proposed nuclear power plant designs, based on three different reactor technologies.
November 18, 2009
- Project agreement for the Matoush Uranium Exploration Project signed (Source: MPMO Web site)
The Project involves the excavation of an exploration ramp to determine the possibility of a uranium mine within the JBNQA Territory located approximately 260 km north of Chibougamau in Quebec. The principal infrastructure of the project consists of a 2405 metre ramp, at a maximum depth of 300 metres. Temporary structures will be built at the surface to support the underground exploration. No bulk samples are planned at this stage of exploration.
November 16, 2009
- OPG and the Role of Public Power- Speech by Tom Mitchell, President and CEO of Ontario Power Generation, to the Ontario Energy Network (Source : OPG Web site)
Speech by Tom Mitchell, President and CEO of Ontario Power Generation, to the Ontario Energy Network
- Joint Review Panel announces public review period for Darlington new nuclear power plant project (source: CEAA Web site)
The Joint Review Panel for the Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project announces the start of the six-month public review period on the adequacy of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and the Application for a Licence to Prepare a Site submitted by the proponent, Ontario Power Generation to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
November 12, 2009
- CNSC Commissioner Dr. J. Moyra J. McDill receives 2009 Ontario Professional Engineers Award (source: Carleton University Web site)
Carleton Engineering Professor and CNSC Commission Tribunal member Moyra McDill has won a 2009 Ontario Professional Engineers Award from the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and Professional Engineers Ontario.Awards are given to professional engineers who have shown exemplary service in their respective fields to their communities and their profession.
November 10, 2009
- Directorate of Nuclear Substance Regulation Newsletter - Issue 1
Find out the latest news on nuclear substance regulation and our team by reading our newsletter. Issue 1 highlights: Radiography Camera Recalled; Revoked Licences; Sealed Sources Tracking and Registering
November 09, 2009
- The CNSC issued an order to Campo Verde Contracting Ltd. to place in storage all their portable nuclear gauges
On October 26, 2009, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission issued an order to Campo Verde Contracting Ltd. of Vanderhoof, British Columbia in accordance with section 35 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. The order requires Campo Verde Contracting Ltd. to place in storage all their portable nuclear gauges that the Company is authorized to possess under CNSC licence 13223-1-11.0. Four specific actions that need to be taken to comply with the order have been cited by the Commission. The current placement of the portable nuclear gauges in storage does not pose any immediate risk to the public or the environment.
November 05, 2009
- 2008-2009 Departmental Performance Report
The Departmental Performance Report (DPR) provides a focus on results-based accountability by reporting on accomplishments achieved against the performance expectations and results commitments as set out in the spring Report on Plans and Priorities.
October 30, 2009
- CNSC Renews Bruce A and Bruce B Power Reactor Operating Licences
Following a two day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to renew, for a period of five years, Bruce Power Inc. (Bruce Power) Power Reactor Licences (PROLs) for the Nuclear Generating Stations (NGSs) Bruce A and Bruce B.The two NGSs are located in Kincardine, Ontario.Bruce A PROL 15.00/2014 and Bruce B PROL 16.00/2014 will be valid from November 1, 2009 until October 31, 2014. CNSC also announced its decision to allow the refueling and restart of Bruce A NGS Units 1 and 2.
- Joint Review Panel Established for Proposed Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project
Canada’s Environment Minister Jim Prentice and Mr. Michael Binder, President and CEO of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), announced today the establishment of a three-member joint review panel for the proposed Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project located at the existing Darlington Nuclear site in the municipality of Clarington, Ontario. Minister Prentice and Mr. Binder appointed Mr. Alan R. Graham as the panel chair, and Ms. Jocelyne Beaudet and Mr. Joseph Kenneth Pereira as panel members.
October 27, 2009
- Speech by Environment Minister Jim Prentice at the Council For Clean and Reliable Energy
Tomorrow you will have the opportunity to hear from many leaders and decision-makers. The informal “fireside” interview tomorrow afternoon will certainly offer a stimulating exchange of ideas among some of the most influential players in the industry as you seek the “balance for the future.”But this evening, before you begin tomorrow’s deliberations, I would like to provide a different context of Canada’s emerging regulations on the environment and climate change.
October 26, 2009
- Minister Raitt Announces Appointment of Temporary Members to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (source: NRCan Web site)
The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Natural Resources, today announced the appointment of two temporary members to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC): Mr. Joseph Kenneth Pereira of Ottawa, Ontario, and Ms. Jocelyne Beaudet of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
October 20, 2009
October 08, 2009
- Radioactive Release Data from Canadian Nuclear Power Plants 1999-2008
The Radioactive Release Data from Canadian Nuclear Power Plants Report provides an overview of radioactive material released from Canadian nuclear power plants into the environment, both through the atmosphere and nearby waterways from 1999 to 2008.
- CNSC verifying maintenance work at Port Granby Waste Management Facility
Beginning on October 12, 2009 Cameco will start maintenance work at the Port Granby Waste Management Facility to transfer historic waste from one area of the facility to another directly to the north of it. The historic low-level radioactive waste that will be transported will remain on the waste facility site. CNSC will be verifying through its compliance program that the work being performed is done in a safe manner to ensure the continued health and safety of the public and the environment.
- CNSC monitoring water pooling caused by damaged pipeline during pipeline replacement project at Welcome Waste Facility
On September 29, 2009, the CNSC was notified that Cameco observed a small amount of pooling north of the location where the directional drilling was occurring as part of their pipeline replacement project. CNSC has requested analysis of the water to determine its origin and Cameco is currently awaiting the results of the testing. CNSC is satisfied with the actions Cameco has taken to notify the appropriate authorities and the municipality of Port Hope, and will evaluate any further action required pending the results of the soil and water analysis. CNSC continues to monitor the situation to ensure the continued health and safety of the public and the environment.
September 30, 2009
- Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 2008-09 Annual Report
The CNSC 2008-09 Annual Report provides an overview of Canada’s nuclear industry and the regulatory activities that the CNSC undertakes to ensure Canadians’ safety. It highlights the organization’s many accomplishments over the 2008-09 fiscal year, at home and internationally, and explains how the CNSC is meeting its day-to-day responsibilities and positioning itself for the future. It reinforces the CNSC’s commitment to become the world’s best nuclear regulator.
- CNSC releases joint report with Environment Canada: Risk Management of Uranium Releases from Uranium Mines and Mills, 2007 Annual Report
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and Environment Canada (EC) have independent, but related mandates for protecting the environment within the nuclear industry. To address the risk management of uranium released to the environment from uranium mining and milling facilities, the CNSC and EC, through a Memorandum of Understanding, are required to publish annual reports outlining the progress of risk management activities.
- OPG submits to the CNSC the Environmental Impact Statement with documentation for Licence to Prepare Site for the Darlington New Nuclear Power Plant Project
September 25, 2009
- CNSC issues Order to Sun Wave Forest Products Ltd. of Richmond, B.C. to remove and safely dispose of 37 radiation devices
On September 21, 2009, an inspector of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission issued an order to Sun Wave Forest Products Ltd. of Richmond, British Columbia in accordance with section 35 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. The Company, a Canadian subsidiary of the China Paper Group Corporation is the owner of the Prince Rupert Pulp Mill, situated on Watson Island approximately 770 km north of Vancouver.
- CNSC decertifies exposure device operator
On September 4, 2009, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) decertified Mr. Clay Anderson formerly of Edson, Alberta as a qualified Exposure Device Operator. The decision to decertify Mr. Anderson stems from a recommendation made by the Operations Inspection Division of the CNSC on March 19, 2009 as a result of an incident that took place on December 17, 2008.
September 24, 2009
- CNSC and JNRC Sign Administrative Arrangement Pursuant to Canada-Jordan Nuclear Cooperation Agreement
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and the Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission (JNRC) have signed an Administrative Arrangement pursuant to the Canada-Jordan Nuclear Cooperation Agreement (NCA) which was signed in February 2009.
September 22, 2009
- CNSC to hold public proceedings in Port Elgin
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will be holding public proceedings in Port Elgin, Ontario, on September 30 and October 1, 2009, at the CAW Family Education Centre, 115 Shipley Ave. in Port Elgin, Ontario. The proceedings will also be Webcast live on the CNSC Web site.
September 11, 2009
- Charting a Better Course: Action and Leadership for Canada’s Nuclear Industry (Speech by the Honourable Lisa Raitt, P.C., M.P Minister of Natural Resources)
Charting a Better Course: Action and Leadership for Canada’s Nuclear Industry (Speech by the Honourable Lisa Raitt, P.C., M.P Minister of Natural Resources)
September 10, 2009
- CNSC completes Phase 2 of the Pre-Project Design Review for the Atomic Energy Canada Limited's Advanced CANDU Reactor (ACR-1000)
A vendor pre-project design review is an assessment of a nuclear power plant design based on a vendor’s reactor technology. The words “pre-project” signifies that a design review is undertaken prior to the submission of a licence application to the CNSC.
September 04, 2009
- CNSC issues Order to Canadian Sub-Surface Energy Services Inc. requiring the firm to inventory its nuclear substances and to limit its authorized licensed activities
On August 31, 2009, a designated officer of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission issued an order to Canadian Sub-Surface Energy Services Incorporated of Calgary, Alberta in accordance with section 35 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. The Company provides services to the oil and gas industry across Western Canada. The order requires Canadian Sub-Surface Energy Services Incorporated to cease the use of all use of nuclear substances that the Company is authorized to possess.
August 19, 2009
- Protocol for the Restart of the NRU Reactor
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) have signed a protocol for the restart of the National Research Universal (NRU) reactor once repairs have been completed to the reactor containment vessel.
- Decision: Screening Environmental Assessment for Port Granby Proposed Long-Term Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Project
Following a hearing held on August 17, 2009 in Ottawa, Ontario, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision that the Low- Level Radioactive Waste Management Office’s (LLRMWO) proposed project to construct and operate the Port Granby long-term low-level radioactive waste management facility in the municipality of Clarington is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects, taking into account mitigation measures identified in the Environmental Assessment Screening Report.
August 13, 2009
- August 26 and 27 public proceedings in Port Hope to be Webcast and telecast live on local cable channel
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will be holding public proceedings in Port Hope, Ontario, on August 26 and 27, 2009, at the Town Park Recreation Centre at 62 McCaul Street. The proceedings will be Webcast live on the CNSC Web site at nuclearsafety.gc.ca and will also be broadcast on the local cable channel TVCogeco (channel 10). Please check local listings for programming information.
August 12, 2009
- Joint Statement from the Minister of Natural Resources and the Minister of Health on Extended NRU Shutdown (source: NRCan Web site)
As Ministers of Natural Resources and Health, we are very disappointed with AECL’s announcement today that the return-to-service of the National Research Universal reactor (NRU) has been delayed until early 2010.
August 10, 2009
- Presentation by Professor Moyra J. McDill to SMiRT20
Commission Member McDill made a presentation during her participation in a leadership forum on "Energy Trends and Nuclear Renaissance" at the 20th Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology Conference, held in Espoo, Finland. Commission Member McDill's presentation included a summary of the global context for energy and electricity demand, including nuclear's role; a look at the CNSC's reality in regulating the Canadian nuclear industry; and an overview of the CNSC's international collaboration.
August 05, 2009
- 2008 Nuclear Power Plant Report - Find out about the safety performance of Canada’s nuclear power plants
Every year, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) publishes a report on the safety performance of Canada’s operating nuclear power plants (NPPs). The <i>CNSC Staff Integrated Safety Assessment of Canadian Nuclear Power Plants</i> —formerly titled the <i>Annual CNSC Staff Report on the Safety Performance of the Canadian Nuclear Power Industry</i> and currently abbreviated as the ‘NPP Report’—evaluates how well licensees are meeting regulatory requirements and CNSC expectations for the ongoing implementation of their programs. The evaluations in this report are based on information gathered through CNSC staff monitoring, inspections, event reviews, general surveillance, document assessments, and performance indicators.
July 23, 2009
- Bruce Power withdraws its Tiverton and Nanticoke new nuclear power plant applications (source: Bruce Power Web site)
Bruce Power will focus on the refurbishment of its remaining Bruce A and B units rather than build new reactors in Bruce County in order to supply Ontario with 6,300 megawatts of electricity.
July 22, 2009
- CNSC Announces its Decision to Renew AREVA Resources Canada Inc.’s Uranium Mine Decommissioning Licence for the Cluff Lake Project
Following a one-day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to renew, for a ten-year term, AREVA Resources Canada Inc.’s (AREVA) Uranium Mine Decommissioning Licence for the Cluff Lake Project located in the Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan.The licence is valid from August 1, 2009 until July 31, 2019.
July 17, 2009
- CNSC delivers on-time communications with launch of RSS news feed
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is pleased to announce the addition of RSS (Really Simple Syndication) to its Latest News Web page. Using RSS, subscribers can receive immediate notification when new content is made available.
- CNSC Announces its Decision to Renew Shield Source Inc.’s Nuclear Substance Processing Facility Operating Licence for its Peterborough Facility
Following a one-day public hearing, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to renew Shield Source Inc.’s (SSI) Nuclear Substance Processing Facility Operating Licence for its facility located at the Peterborough Municipal Airport in Ontario. The licence is valid for three years from August 1, 2009 until July 31, 2012.
July 13, 2009
July 08, 2009
- Joint Statement from the Minister of Natural Resources and the Minister of Health on Extended NRU Shutdown (source: NRCan Web site)
- AECL NRU Status Report #11 (source: AECL's Web site)
June 24, 2009
- Nanticoke New Nuclear Power Plant Project Referred to a Review Panel/CEAA Making Participant Funding Available (source: CEAA)
- CNSC to receive $3 million in lab funding
June 15, 2009
- Community Presentation in Saskatchewan: CNSC - Canada's Nuclear Regulator
- Canada and Argentina Sign Arrangement on Import and Export of Radioactive Sources
June 12, 2009
June 11, 2009
June 08, 2009
June 05, 2009
- Invitation to Comment on Radiation Safety Officers Amendment (June 6 to July 6 2009)
- CNSC’s Regulatory Instruments Index
June 02, 2009
May 31, 2009
May 28, 2009
- Government of Canada moves forward on restructuring Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (source: NRCan Web site)
- Government of Canada announces expert review panel for long-term isotope supply solutions (source: NRCan Web site)
May 27, 2009
- AECL NRU Status Report #5 (source: AECL Web site)
- Statement by the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, P.C., M.P., Minister of Health and the Honourable Lisa Raitt, P.C., M.P., Minister of Natural Resources - Shutdown of Reactor Further Extended (source: NRCan Web site)
May 22, 2009
May 21, 2009
- Statement by the Minister of Natural Resources about the temporary shutdown of the National Research Universal (NRU) reactor (source: NRCan Web site)
May 19, 2009
- CNSC Statement on NRU Reactor Shutdown
- Statement by Minister of Natural Resources and Minister of Health on NRU Reactor Shutdown (source: NRCan Web site)
May 17, 2009
- Information update #2 on May 15 small heavy water leak at Chalk River Laboratories available on AECL's website
May 15, 2009
- The CNSC has been notified of a small heavy water leak at Chalk River Laboratories. Preliminary findings - no impact on health or safety from the leak. CNSC staff on site are monitoring the situation. Further information is available on AECL's web site.
May 12, 2009
May 06, 2009
May 04, 2009
- Port Granby Long-Term Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Project: Request for Public Comment, May 4 to June 17
- Bruce Power New Nuclear Power Plant Project Technical Information Session on Nuclear Power Plant Designs (source: CEAA Web site)
May 01, 2009
- Federal Government Delivers Nuclear Research Funding to Canadian Universities (Source: NRCan Web Site)
- Tom Mitchell appointed OPG President and CEO
April 30, 2009
April 24, 2009
April 22, 2009
April 16, 2009
April 15, 2009
- Health studies done in Port Hope: The Facts
- Letter about safety and tritium at nuclear power plants and the CNSC’s response
- Bruce Power Joint Review Panel invites the public to a technical information session in Ottawa on May 7
April 02, 2009
March 30, 2009
- Federal Funding Awarded to Participate in the Environmental Assessment of the Proposed Vision 2010 Redevelopment Project for Cameco Corporation’s Port Hope Conversion Facility (source: CEAA Web site)
March 26, 2009
March 20, 2009
March 18, 2009
- Annual CNSC Staff Report for 2007 on the National Sealed Source Registry and the Sealed Source Tracking System
March 16, 2009
- Joint Canada-US Guide for Approval of Type B(U) and Fissile Material Transportation Packages Regulatory Guide Published
March 12, 2009
- Bruce Power New Nuclear Power Plant Project: Joint Review Panel Information Request #2 (Source: CEAA Web site)
February 24, 2009
February 20, 2009
- NRU Reactor: CNSC Staff and AECL update Commission members on December 2008 events
- Phase 1 Executive Summary: Pre-Project Review of AECL’s Advanced CANDU Reactor (ACR-1000)
February 11, 2009
February 09, 2009
February 06, 2009
- CNSC's 2007-08 Departmental Performance Report (source: Treasury Board Web site)
- Former Gunnar Mine Site Rehabilitation Project: Federal Funding Awarded to Participate in Environmental Assessment (source: CEAA Web site)
February 05, 2009
- Tabled Today in House of Commons: CNSC Report to Minister of Natural Resources regarding recent events at National Research Universal (NRU) Reactor
- Tabled Today in House of Commons: AECL Report to NRCan Minister regarding recent events at NRU Reactor (source: AECL Web site)
February 04, 2009
- Former Gunnar Mine Site Rehabilitation Project: EA to Continue as a Comprehensive Study (source: CEAA Web site)
February 02, 2009
- Nuclear Energy Agency Forum: Statement by Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt (Source: NRCan Web site)
January 27, 2009
January 26, 2009