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Fish in the Ganaraska River in Port Hope have become the latest reality TV stars.
Whether it's sterilizing medical equipment and food or providing luminescent lighting, Ontario’s nuclear products help keep us healthy and safe.
The privately owned Heartland Forest opened in 2004 with a mandate of preservation, education and accessibility.
Without the ice booms, hydroelectric power production on the St. Lawrence and Niagara Rivers would be seriously impeded and the risk of flooding greatly increased.
First commissioned in 1992, OPG's small, dependable icebreaker helps keep the water flowing to our Adam Beck hydroelectric stations.
Pelee Island is the last confirmed refuge in Ontario for the threatened grey fox species.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
We operate 66 hydroelectric stations and 241 dams on 24 river systems across Ontario. Learn more.
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