Bruce Power and its partners in labour and safety honoured workers who have been killed, injured or become ill on the job during the annual Day of Mourning ceremony on the Bruce site.

Bruce Power was joined by representatives of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, the Power Workers’ Union, The Society of United Professionals, the Grey Bruce Labour Council, the building trades and Ontario Power Generation along with employees, as well as the families of those who died during construction of the Bruce nuclear site, to the ceremony of remembrance.

A cairn outside Bruce Power’s Corporate Services Building memorializes these 11 fallen workers, 10 of whom were part of the construction trades.

“At Bruce Power, safety is always our Number 1 priority,” said Mike Rencheck, Bruce Power’s President and CEO. “It’s important to reflect upon those who lost their lives while building the Bruce Power site. Every day we honour their memory by working as safely as possible, with the ultimate goal of never having to tell another family their loved one is not coming home at the end of the day.”

About Bruce Power
Formed in 2001, Bruce Power is an electricity company based in Bruce County, Ontario. We are powered by our people. 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. Learn more at www.brucepower.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

For more information, contact:
John Peevers – Director, Corporate Communications – 519-361-6583 – john.peevers@brucepower.com