What is good for the region is good for Bruce Power, and vice versa. In my career, I had never experienced the symbiotic relationship between a business and its surrounding community that we enjoy, and I take my role in maintaining this positivity with utmost seriousness.”Michael W. Rencheck, President and Chief Executive Officer
Our 4,200 employees are the foundation of our accomplishments and are proud of the role they play in safely delivering clean, reliable, low-cost nuclear power to families and businesses across the province. Bruce Power has worked hard to build strong roots in Ontario and is committed to protecting the environment and supporting the communities in which we live.
additional jobs will be created andsustained during the Major ComponentReplacement Project from 2020-36
Every day, we’re proud of the work we do to ensure reliable operations and help extend the life of the plant to deliver low-cost, clean electricity to power Ontario’s homes and businesses.”Matt Turcotte, Civil Maintenance
Billion in annual economic impact across Ontario
Long-term stability at Bruce Power provides an unprecedented boost for our local economy. If we do our jobs well, there’s little doubt everyone in our
area will be a winner.”Amey Wallace, Nuclear Operator in Training
The Life-Extension Programmeans the Bruce Power site willoperate for 40 more years.
Both Bruce A and B received an overall ‘Fully Satisfactory’ mark for the CNSC’s Integrated Plant Ratings, which the regulator has compared to an ‘A+’ in past media reports. Both stations were also deemed Fully Satisfactory for Operating Performance, Conventional Health and Safety, Waste Management and Security. The other 10 areas rated by the CNSC were deemed ‘Satisfactory,’ which is equivalent to an ‘A.’
Never one to rest on its laurels, Bruce Power will continue to strive to achieve Fully Satisfactory marks in all 16 categories annually rated by the CNSC.
Our Fire & Security personnel are trained to protect our people, plants, community and environment. It’s a job we take very seriously.”Kate and Patrick,
Nuclear Response Team Officers
Stations were installed in Kincardine, Port Elgin, Saugeen First Nation, Southampton, Walkerton and Wroxeter, as well as on the campuses of Waterloo University and Humber College.
By helping to develop the infrastructure in rural Ontario, Bruce Power is promoting Electric Vehicles as a viable transportation option.
Read our report on EVs
A career at Bruce Power is full of professional challenges, development opportunities and chances to be on the forefront of innovation.”Amber Ritchie, Human Resources Assistant, Talent Acquisition
SITE BUS TOURS WERE CONDUCTED IN 2016, INVOLVING 3,319 VISITORS.