Mid-Term Update

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will hold a public meeting with Bruce Power as part of the mid-term review, regarding the company’s 10-year power reactor operating licence. The meeting is scheduled for September 20 in Kincardine. Members of the public are welcome to join and participate.

In 2018, Bruce Power received a 10-year power reactor operating licence for our two generating stations A and B located in Tiverton, Ont.

The current licence authorizes Bruce Power to generate electricity from it’s eight reactor units, produce Cobalt-60 from the four units in Bruce B and lutetium-177 in Unit 7.

The mid-term meeting will provide the CNSC an opportunity to hear from Bruce Power and members of the public, an update and progress from the last five years and a look ahead to the next five years.

Please review our Mid-Term Publication to learn more about Bruce Power’s performance and activities and a look-ahead at the next five years.

Opportunity to Participate

This year, Bruce Power will present a comprehensive mid-term update on its licensed activities, including its Major Component Replacement Project, to the CNSC. The public meeting will take place in Kincardine on Sept. 20, with an opportunity for members of the public to participate.


Key Dates and References

Aug. 3, 2023

Requests to intervene by mail or online are due

Sept. 20, 2023

Public meeting

TownePlace Suites – Marriott
19 Millennium Way, Kincardine
7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.


The mid-term meeting will allow Bruce Power to communicate key performance milestones and achievements over the past five years and outline plans for the five years leading up to its licence renewal in 2028.

Members of the public are welcome to observe the mid-term meeting or to formally participate as intervenors.

Requests to intervene must be filed with the Secretary of the Commission by August 3, either online at nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/the-commission/intervention, or by email or regular mail.

Please note, the request must include the following information:

  • A written submission of the comments to be presented to the Commission
  • A statement setting out whether the requester wishes to intervene by way of written submission only or by way of written submission and oral presentation
  • Name, address and telephone number of the requester

Please submit your personal information on a separate page to ensure its confidentiality.


If you have further questions on the process, please email: info@brucepower.com

Bruce Power Facts

We have created the fact sheets below to provide additional information on topics of interest for the general public.

Download the full document or individual documents based on topic below.