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Décembre 2012 | Bulletin CCTN

Canada’s Nuclear Industry: The Yin and Yang   Hydro Quebec’s decision to close Gentilly-2 is not good news for Canada’s nuclear industry. Itthe problems theindustry faces from the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the future of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL). Hydro Quebe ...
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Septembre 2012 | Bulletin CCTN

Now or Never—Time to Talk New Build   The progress made to date regarding OPG’s Darlington new build project is heartening for Canada’s nuclear industry. However, given the stakes in play, our provincial and federal politicians should be doing more to advance the decision to b ...
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Mai 2012 | Bulletin CCTN

AECL’s Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories— A Valuable Canadian Research Facility   Back in early February, the Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, announced that the Government was inviting Expression of Interest in the activities of Atomic Energy of Canada’s L ...
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Février 2012 | Bulletin CCTN

Why Is Nuclear Energy Getting Such Minimal Attention   Three January speeches made by Canada’s NRCAN Minister, Joe Oliver, include many references to the oil sands, their importance to Canada’s economy, of diversifying markets for our energy resources and the need to build enabl ...
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Novembre 2011 | Bulletin CCTN

It’s Time to Plant the CANDU FlagAs of the end of October 2011, AECL has a new owner, CANDU Energy Inc.; a pro-nuclear government has been re-elected in Ontario; Canada has a new minister of natural resources supportive of nuclear; and the Joint Review Panel’s EA Report for Darlington is ...
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Septembre 2011 | Bulletin CCTN

AECL Deal—The Dust is Far From SettledThe ink is now dry on the June 29th AECL deal between the federal government and SNC-Lavalin (SNC).As readers will see from this newsletter’s two “Worth Repeating” segments, there is a wide range of opinion on the merits of this sale. Regardless o ...
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Mai 2011 | Bulletin CCTN

Meeting Nuclear Energy Fear Mongering With the FactsThe unprecedented earthquake and tsunami caused event at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant in Japan has anti-nuclear activists out in full force calling for the closure of nuclear power plants across the world. Weeks of 24/7 news coverage provide ...
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Février 2011 | Bulletin CCTN

Our nuclear industry leaders have been calling on the federal government for sometime to clear up the uncertainty that’s dragging Canada’s successful reactor technology to the brink of oblivion.The problem is our elected federal representatives don’t seem to be listening! Cliquez ici pour ...
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Novembre 2010 | Bulletin CCTN

...September’s World Energy Congress in Montreal identified security of supply as the number one issue, followed by environmental protection and climate change. The latter is inextricably linked to the energy sector because it is responsible for 60 per cent of global greenhouse gasemissions. Clear ...
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Septembre 2010 | Bulletin CCTN

...The recent media swarm around Bruce Power’splan to ship steam generators through the Great Lakes to Sweden for recycling is a reminder that all of us must redouble our efforts to proactively communicate the facts about our industry to the public... Cliquez ici pour télécharger le Bulleti ...
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