Bruce Power’s Environment and Sustainability department is focused on providing clean energy that meets current and future electricity needs, without compromising quality of life for future generations. We care about people and the planet, while generating carbon-free electricity for overREAD MORE
Revitalization,’ Bruce Power’s 2012 Annual Review, looks at how a rejuvenated Bruce Power site will benefit the people of Ontario.
On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts any events it reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
In 2012, Bruce Power’s Aboriginal Relations group published the company’s first 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
Since an earthquake and resulting tsunami crippled the nuclear facility in Fukushima, Japan, Bruce Power has completed many improvements to its emergency preparedness and safety systems. Though CANDU reactors have numerous layers of safety systems built in, we are continuouslyREAD MORE
Learn more about Equity and Diversity at Bruce Power
Read Bruce Power’s briefing on Force Majeure for Members of Provincial Parliament
Bruce Power’s Environmental Monitoring Program report provides an assessment of environmental radiological data for 2011 prepared by Bruce Power’s Environment Management Department.