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At Pickering, technology and innovation are helping to complete important maintenance work that is vital to keeping the plant producing clean, emission-free power safely and reliably.
The new Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council is an independent organization formed to advocate for Canada’s role in the production of the world’s supply of radioisotopes.
A trip to Nicaragua with Habitat for Humanity put things into perspective for Mendes, inspiring a commitment to volunteering and giving back.
Sant Marwaha's 27 years of experience in nuclear has taught him the skills needed to mentor internationally trained engineers seeking to enter their field.
Dzijacky graduated as one of the top mechanical engineering students in her undergraduate class at Lakehead.
Since 1989, Scientists in School has reached more than 8 million students with hands-on learning experiences.
The International Control Dam plays an important role in delivering enough water to the tourist attraction and hydroelectric power operations on both sides of the border.
Ticking away next to OPG’s flagship Sir Adam Beck I Generating Station, one of the province’s most famous clocks continues to keep time in stunning fashion.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Biomass has been used as fuel for thousands of years; it significantly lessens carbon dioxide emissions.
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