In 2015, Bruce Power received an opertaing licence extension for its Bruce A and B stations.
Bruce Power responds to a Greenpeace request for information on probablistic assessments during license renewal.
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. ReadREAD MORE
Bruce Power presented to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission in Ottawa during Day 1 hearings of its licence renewal application, on Feb. 5, 2015.
Bruce Power and a coalition of agencies and municipalities with an interest in public safety have launched a new website to provide residents of Grey, Bruce and Huron counties with the information they need to prepare for emergencies. The website,READ MORE
The Community Emergency Management Coordinator for Kincardine maintains a call-down list for all households (approximately 35-40) within a three kilometre radius of the site perimeter in case action, such as sheltering or evacuation, is necessary. The area is also servedREAD MORE
On a quarterly basis, Bruce Power posts any events it reported to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.
360 Degrees,’ Bruce Power’s 2014 Annual Review, takes a look at a very successful year for the company.
Read our License Renewal Briefing `Delivering Safe, Reliable Operations`
In 2014, Bruce Power’s Aboriginal Relations group published the company’s second report on its Aboriginal Relations Program. ‘O’ow Ate’ (Finding our Way, A Path Forward) is from the Ojibway language and is a fitting title for the publication concerning AboriginalREAD MORE