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Novembre 2006 | Bulletin CCTN

...The race is on! Ontario’s plan to refurbish existing nuclear reactors where feasible, and build one or two new ones has triggered a high stakes contest. Nuclear energy producers and reactor manufacturers are hard at work on competitive bids. And host communities are rolling out the welcome mat ...
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...Ontario decision expected soon Spring has sprung, the grass has ’ris, I wonder where the energy plan is?Okay, so it’s a bad poem. But it’s a good question. Expectations are high for a decision soon from the Ontario Government on the province’s energy future. April is decision time (so we ...
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Juin 2005 | Bulletin CCTN

...This country faces critical decisions on its energy future – how to meet mounting energy demands in a world of dwindling fossil fuel reserves, global arming, mushrooming energy needs in developing countries, and erratic oil and natural gas prices.In this context, the Canadian Labour Congress (C ...
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Décembre 2004 | Bulletin CCTN

...Lack of information can lead to mistaken assumptions and incorrect conclusions – not to mention unnecessary anxiety and confusion.That’s a key finding of a study commissioned by the CNWC to review the 2003 inflow incident at the McArthur River uranium mine. The study also looked at concerns a ...
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Juin 2004 | Bulletin CCTN

......The smart money is on Ontario to ramp up nuclear power generation in the near future. But industry watchers are waiting for new legislation governing electricity providers (expected in June) to see what the new Liberal government has in mind for Ontario’s energy future:... Cliquez ici p ...
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