SNC-Lavalin Opens Office In Port Elgin

CNL to ‘ramp up’ hiring of science and technology staff

ATS breaks ground on expansion project


At the one-year mark, Canada’s largest clean energy project, the Darlington Refurbishment, remains on schedule and on budget as work focuses on removing reactor components.

Black & McDonald: Part of the Nuclear Industry and Clarington Community

October 18, 2017, Clarington, Ontario – Black & McDonald Nuclear doesn’t just have its headquarters based in the municipality of Clarington; it’s also very much part of the local community. While the company has long acted as a vendor to the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, the company took up residence in Clarington only about a  Read More ❯

Bruce Power Economic Boom

Officials say they have secured 9 major suppliers in the area in just over a year It was a year ago, in September 2016, that Bruce County and Bruce Power launched the Nuclear Economic Development and Innovation Initiative. It was part of the pending Bruce Power Life Extension program which is getting ready to start  Read More ❯

BWXT Canada opens office in Port Elgin

A proud supplier of innovative products and services to the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station since it went online in 1977, BWXT Canada (BWXT) has opened an office in Port Elgin, Ontario to support its customer Bruce Power. Proximity to Bruce Power will foster increased collaboration between the two companies while demonstrating BWXT’s long-term commitment to  Read More ❯

BWXT Canada Ltd. delivers Retube Waste Containers for OPG’s Darlington Refurbishment

September 29, 2017 Cambridge, Ontario – The Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI) is proud to congratulate BWXT Canada Ltd. (BWXT) for the completion and delivery of Retube Waste Containers for the Ontario Power Generation’s Darlington Unit 2 Refurbishment Project. The Retube Waste Containers are designed to safely store intermediate level radioactive waste components being  Read More ❯

Ideal Supply Inc. expands in Port Elgin

SAUGEEN SHORES – The southerly entrance to Port Elgin – long overdue for a spruce according to several Saugeen Shores councillors – will include the new home of Ideal Supply Inc. as it expands to take advantage of opportunities sparked by the refurbishment of nuclear reactors at the Bruce Power site in Tiverton/Inverhuron. Saugeen Shores councillors instructed  Read More ❯

Saugeen Shores poised to become a ‘nuclear energy economic hub’

SAUGEEN SHORES – Bruce County and Saugeen Shores are growing into a “regional nuclear energy cluster”, fuelled by Bruce Power’s plan $13 billion, 20-year plan to refurbish six of eight nuclear reactors at its Tiverton/Inverhuron site, slated to begin in 2020. Life of the plant will be extended with modernized equipment and systems to continue providing up  Read More ❯

Here’s what people are saying about Ontario’s Nuclear Advantage

  • “Investing in nuclear refurbishment at the Darlington and Bruce Power facilities will provide a welcome boost to Ontario’s economy and support affordable and reliable baseload energy.”

    —Ontario Chamber of Commerce

  • “Nuclear power, which generates zero greenhouse gas emissions and plays a key role in making Ontario one of the lowest GHG-emitting electricity jurisdictions in the world, should continue to be explored as a cost-effective energy option.”

    —Ontario Chamber of Commerce

  • “Through the life-extension investments at Darlington and Bruce Power, as well as operating the Pickering station until 2024, the region will continue to benefit from low-cost, clean and reliable power, while supporting economic growth and job creation over the coming decades.”

    —Council of the Great Lakes Region

  • “Between 2017 and 2064, clean nuclear, when compared to alternatives, will avoid between $12 billion and $63 billion in carbon costs that ratepayers would have to fund if this output was replaced by fossil fuels.”

    —Council of the Great Lakes Region

  • “The Bruce Power and OPG life-extension programs are important to ensure a cost-competitive supply of electricity and represent billions of dollars of supply chain opportunities for Ontario manufacturers.”

    —Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

The nuclear industry in Ontario contributes over $5 billion annually to the national economy and supports 50,000 Ontario jobs

Ontarians at Work

Ontario’s nuclear facilities create jobs and economic growth in communities across the province. Meet some of the people working in our industry

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