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Tuesdays on the Trail “Sandplay” at Pickering has been cancelled on July 17 due to a beach closure. We’re looking f… https://t.co/5TUFGxB3EY

Sun Jul 15 17:15:03

This small submarine has a big job. It’s used by our team of divers to monitor walleye in the Mattagami River near… https://t.co/grOG9lrR3k

Fri Jul 13 19:23:21

RT @TackleShare: Yesterday, TackleShare went fishing with the Nature Explorer Camp at @FlemingCollege. They even made us thank you cards fo…

Fri Jul 13 14:59:14

 Stations

Ontario Power Generation owns and operates two nuclear stations — the  Darlington Nuclear Generating Station located in the Municipality of Clarington, and the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station located just east of Toronto.
These stations have a combined generating capacity of about 6,600 megawatts and provide Ontarians with about 35 per cent of their electricity needs.
 
Pickering Nuclear capacity: 3,100 MW            
Darlington Nuclear capacity: 3,500 MW
 
Safety
 
Safety is our number one priority. We work hard to ensure that there are no public safety concerns as a result of our operations.
 
Our nuclear stations are continuously monitored through a program of special testing and inspection of its components and safety systems.
 
 
Community support
 
OPG strives to make a difference and help improve the well-being of the communities in which we operate. Through OPG's Corporate Citizenship Program our  stations support charitable and not-for-profit initiatives in their local communities.
 
 
 
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