The Community Emergency Management Coordinator for Kincardine maintains a call-down list for all households (approximately 35-40) within a three kilometre radius of the site perimeter in case action, such as sheltering or evacuation, is necessary. The area is also servedREAD MORE
On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts any events it reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
360 Degrees,’ Bruce Power’s 2014 Annual Review, takes a look at a very successful year for the company.
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In 2014, Bruce Power’s Aboriginal Relations group published the company’s second report on its Aboriginal Relations Program. ‘O’ow Ate’ (Finding our Way, A Path Forward) is from the Ojibway language and is a fitting title for the publication concerning AboriginalREAD MORE
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Agreement between Bruce Power and B&W Canada to benefit Ontario with more jobs and economic activity
Bruce Power has forged a $300 million agreement with B&W Canada, which will see the Cambridge company supply important services for all Bruce Power units, to meet the company’s ongoing operational needs. The agreement will allow B&W Canada to continueREAD MORE
Ontario’s goal is to become a jurisdiction that can be powered using clean energy sources that do not pollute or release climate-changing greenhouse gases. Since taking over the Bruce site in 2001, Bruce Power has rejuvenated its nuclear fleet –READ MORE
Nordion, a business unit of Sterigenics International LLC, is pleased to announce it has signed a multi-year agreement up to an additional 14-years with long-time partner Bruce Power, operator of the largest nuclear facility in the world, to provide aREAD MORE
Today, a coalition of respected business, economic development, trades and union leaders released an Economic Impact Study on the positive role the Bruce Power site plays in the province. ‘Affordable Power. Jobs & Growth.’ highlights the positive impact Bruce Power’sREAD MORE