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Bruce Power reports on many facets of operations to different levels of government and their agencies. Learn about some of the regulatory bodies and legislation we adhere. READ MORE

Station engineers have developed a Life-Cycle Management Plan for each unit and associated systems, which map how key pieces of equipment are monitored, maintained, replaced or refurbished over time. READ MORE

We are committed to minimizing the generation of radioactive and non-radioactive waste, and we’ve developed robust waste management programs that reduce our overall waste volume. READ MORE

Some fish are drawn into the cooling system when we draw water from Lake Huron. READ MORE

The recent Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) and many past environmental reviews confirm Bruce Power’s commitment to safety and the environment. READ MORE

Since its formation in 2001, Bruce Power has been evaluating its impact to local economies, health care, Indigenous communities, culture, agriculture and other areas, through studies, public inquiries and polling. READ MORE

Bruce Power invests in its future by assisting local youth in their pursuit of post-secondary education, and educating them on environmental and energy issues at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre. READ MORE

A Periodic Safety Review compares the plant, as it currently operates, against modern codes and standards for the purpose of identifying opportunities to enhance nuclear safety. READ MORE

Since its last licence renewal in 2015, Bruce Power has continued to improve its depth of defence, increasing its ability to communicate during any type of adverse condition, no matter how unlikely. READ MORE

Because of the normal operation of the plant, water is taken in and returned to Lake Huron from the stations, creating a thermal footprint. Learn more about thermal footprint. READ MORE

Radiation is all around us. It naturally occurs in the environment. READ MORE

We continue to play a role contributing to Canada’s action plan on climate change. Here are some of the steps we are taking to combat climate change. READ MORE

Over the next 20 years, as Bruce Power renews its fleet, the economic impacts for the province will be over 5,000 direct and indirect jobs annually and $960 million to $1.2 billion in labour income into the Ontario economy annually. READ MORE

We provide ongoing support for health care throughout the region. In 2015, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Bruce Power and the South Bruce Grey Health Centre and Grey Bruce Health Services. READ MORE