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2017

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

14 February, 2018
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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In the northeast, new hydroelectric development yields great rewards

21 December, 2017
Michael Archibald

Michael Archibald, first a contractor and now an employee, has embraced the opportunities and training that OPG’s developments have provided.

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Darlington Refurbishment enters next major phase

19 December, 2017
A worker in protective gear dismantling Darlington Unit 2.

With the refurbishment of Unit 2 about 40 per cent complete, the project continues to track on time and on budget.

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Our People: Darryl Dawson

15 December, 2017
Darryl Dawson, Nuclear Security Officer

As a Nuclear Security Officer, Darryl acts as an armed deterrent against threats to the plant and its employees.

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Ultrasonic device that 'sees' through concrete wins innovation competition

13 December, 2017
The winning team from FPrimeC Solutions Inc

The Ignite Pitch Competition winner is Ottawa-based FPrimeC Solutions Inc., which specializes in innovative non-destructive testing solutions.

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A symbol of reconciliation: New First Nations Peace Monument unveiled

08 December, 2017
World-renowned Blackfoot architect and activist Douglas Cardinal.

An historic encounter and the actions of heroic first nations warriors are being remembered in a new monument at DeCew House Heritage Park.

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Electric vehicles could soon provide power for Ontario

06 December, 2017
An electric vehicle plugged in to charge.

The vehicle-to-grid concept can utilize the electricity stored in EV batteries to help balance power supply and demand.

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Restoring Wesleyville Creek's natural connections

01 December, 2017
A stream with the culvert removed on the left and a stream trout on the right.

For years, culverts near the inactive Wesleyville Generating Station have impeded the migration of native fish species living in the watershed.

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