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Heeringa has been in training for the past year and a half to become an authorized nuclear operator, tasked with operating a reactor from inside the control room.
At the Mattagami First Nation near Timmins, students on summer break enjoyed a hands-on lesson in how OPG creates its power.
Palinka works as an environmental qualification specialist at OPG's Pickering Nuclear Generating Station.
In northeast Ontario, drone technology is helping OPG prepare to upgrade the 81-year-old Frederick House Lake Dam.
The endangered piping plover virtually disappeared from Ontario’s shores in the 1970s due to loss of beach habitat and human-related disturbance.
Growing up in the rural village of Mbuju in Kenya, Simon Kariuki knew education was the key to escaping the extreme poverty that surrounded him.
Refurbishment of Unit 2 is scheduled for completion in 2019, with all four units at Darlington refurbished by 2026.
Bronco is an adorable puppy that is part of the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides program, a national charity that breeds, trains, and matches Dog Guides.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
Darlington Refurbishment is Canada’s largest clean energy project. Learn more.
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