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Pesky Zebra Mussels get the ultraviolet treatment

18 January, 2017
A hand holding a mass of zebra mussels.

A new system has been installed at OPG's DeCew II Generating Station that delivers UV light to eliminate the ability of young mussels to settle.

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Pickering Nuclear provides steady supply of life-saving Cobalt-60

16 January, 2017
Doctors perform a medical procedure in a hospital.

For decades, OPG's nuclear stations have been the source of a product that keeps millions of Ontarians healthy and safe.

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BWXT plays important role in Darlington nuclear defuelling

13 January, 2017
A group photo of BWXT employees.

BWXT NEC and its predecessor have been involved in the defuelling initiative since 2013.

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First Nation residents enjoy restored shoreline

11 January, 2017
A view of the restored Long Lake shoreline.

A three-year project to remediate the Long Lake #58 First Nation's shoreline has been completed.

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Our People: Mark Ciphery

09 January, 2017
Employee Mark Ciphery stands in the turbine hall of Stewartville generating station.

Mark is an Electrical and Control Technician at Stewartville Generating Station on the Madawaska River.

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Quick-thinking security team saves man's life at Darlington

06 January, 2017
Mike Conlin thanks the security staff who saved his life.

Security staff performed CPR on contractor Mike Conlin after he suffered a massive heart attack behind the wheel of his car.

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Mountain of toys makes spirits bright

21 December, 2016
A collection of toys for donation to families in need.

For 16 years, Darlington Nuclear has teamed up with Durham Regional Police to provide toys for families in need.

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Niagara ice smasher ready for action

19 December, 2016
The Niagara Queen II icebreaker boat smashing into a piece of ice on the Niagara river.

The Niagara Queen II is all tuned up and ready for another winter of kicking ice on the Niagara River.

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