Recent independent polling has shown an increase in the number of Ontario residents who support the refurbishment of the remaining six reactors at the Bruce Power site. Ipsos Reid polled 800 Ontarians from across the province, balancing age, gender, politicalREAD MORE
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission issued a statement regarding the 5.1 magnitude earthquake experienced near Ottawa today. Read the release from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
Unit 6 was returned to service today after a planned maintenance outage that will allow the unit generate low-cost, clean and reliable energy for the people of Ontario. The maintenance outage, which began Feb. 15, brought an end to anREAD MORE
Today, for the first time in about two decades, Bruce Power reached its full operating capacity when Unit 6 returned from its planned maintenance outage and all eight Bruce Power units were simultaneously sending clean, low-cost energy to the provincialREAD MORE
Bruce Power sent this letter in response to an article that appeared in the Toronto Star and Metro News on April 18. Editor: We would like to take this opportunity to set the record straight on an article that appearedREAD MORE
Earlier today the Federal Government announced next steps in plans to engage the private sector in the management of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited’s (AECL) Nuclear Laboratories. Bruce Power applauds this important step taken by the Federal Government today toREAD MORE
Bruce Power and the Owen Sound Attack are offering sports bursaries to youth from the Saugeen First Nation and the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
Bruce Power is pleased to announce it will conduct an Environmental Assessment (EA) as it considers building a nuclear generating station in the Haldimand-Norfolk region of southern Ontario. The assessment, which could take nearly three years to complete, will examineREAD MORE