Home<News & Media<Our Stories
Divers in Northern Ontario helped check for walleye spawning activity at the new Smoky Falls Generating Station, located about 70 kilometres north of Kapuskasing.
The new Indigenous jobs program is helping millwright apprentice Ben Shaughnessy start his nuclear career at OPG.
OPG staff testing the Chevrolet Bolt EV joined students with the Walk With Us project to help photograph TTN for Google Maps.
As Section Manager at Darlington, she leads up to 200 workers including scaffolders, building mechanics, and painters, who support the station’s outage and online maintenance work.
The station began harnessing the Abitibi River’s power to produce electricity for northern mines and pulp and paper mills in May 1933.
More than 600 people turned out for the rare opportunity to take a guided tour of OPG's second-largest hydroelectric generating station.
Earlier this year, life-saving Cobalt-60 was safely harvested at Pickering, a process that first took place at the plant in 1971.
A new First Nations display along with three Ojibway totems proudly celebrate local Indigenous culture and the environment.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Most of our 66 hydro stations are 80+ years old and still producing safe, reliable power. Learn more.
Copyright ©2018 Ontario Power Generation Inc. All Rights Reserved