Bruce Power is launching a community conversation about the company’s future role in Ontario’s electricity system to advance a multi-year investment plan announced last December. “We recognize there is a great deal of community interest in what we’re doing andREAD MORE
Bruce Power was pleased to participate in the International Atomic Energy Association’s (IAEA) Operational Safety and Review Team (OSART) mission last December. Bruce Power was put forward for this review in 2014 by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Canada’s independentREAD MORE
The Guide to Bruce Power provides an overview of Bruce Power’s CANDU reactors, the site’s history, our safety systems and how we prepare for emergencies, however unlikely.
On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts events reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission as per REGDOC 3.1.1, ‘Reporting Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants’ (formerly known as S-99 events).
On behalf of Bruce Power, Innovative Research Group Inc. (INNOVATIVE) designed, fielded and analyzed a telephone survey of Whitby-Oshawa provincial electoral district residents to measure key attitudes towards provincial management of electricity. Read the report here.
Bruce Power is committed to be open and transparent with local stakeholders and the public at all times, and has proactively provided information during all steps of the relicensing process, in addition to our day-to-day interactions with the public.READ MORE Continue reading
The EA approval by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) was granted following a series of in-depth public consultations with local communities, stakeholders and Aboriginal groups. Bruce Power is committed to being transparent and open, as demonstrated throughout the EAREAD MORE
Former United States Senator and Governor of Indiana Evan Bayh will assist in the release of a collaborative report that highlights the environmental and economic benefits of nuclear energy on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region. Driving Economic Growth & KeepingREAD MORE