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Darlington Refurbishment hits another milestone with removal of 960 feeder pipes

22 September, 2017
The unit 2 reactor face at Darlington Nuclear GS

Removal of the feeder pipes is the first step in preparing for disassembly of Darlington Unit 2.

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OPG dive team puts underwater safety first

21 September, 2017
A dive team member puts on underwater diving gear.

From concrete restoration to dam repairs to welding, our divers keep our hydroelectric and nuclear stations in good condition.

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Barrie machining company develops skilled trades for the Darlington Refurbishment

15 September, 2017
A Brotech employee operates a precision machining machine

Brotech Precision CNC Machining has been delivering precision components for the Canadian nuclear industry for over 20 years.

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Steamfitter keeps zebra mussels at bay for Darlington Refurbishment

14 September, 2017
A portrait shot of Brandon Wyatt

When Brandon Wyatt started his career as a steamfitter, he never expected to find himself working with zebra mussels.

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Our people: Donald Lafleur

12 September, 2017
Donald stands in the hydroelectric control room in Timmons, Ontario

As Hydroelectric Operating Supervisor, Lafleur manages the turnover of newly completed hydro projects to the Operations and Maintenance staff.

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Greening the city, one tree at a time

08 September, 2017
LEAF workers planting trees in a city

LEAF plants trees and shrubs, and nurtures the growth of the urban forest in and around the Toronto area.

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Our people: Julie Joyce

06 September, 2017
Julie being interviewed in front of a shelving unit full of hardhats.

Julie monitors the chemistry of a nuclear reactor undergoing refurbishment to ensure it remains in good condition and within specified operating limits.

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Lending a helping hand for northwest bees

01 September, 2017
A group of elementary school kids display their bee houses

Students at a local school in Thunder Bay did their part by building new homes for local bees.

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