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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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Juin 2010 | Bulletin CCTN

... Recent media rumors suggest that the federal Government is about to sell its complete stake in Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) to private interests. The whole matter has been well below the public’s radar, since the Government’s December 17th, 2009 announcement that it was inviting invest ...
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Février 2010 | Bulletin CCTN

...Politicians of every stripe tout green energy as the salvation of our economy and the global environment. In particular, building more wind and solar generation is promoted as being one of the best ways to create tens of thousands of new, sustainable jobs while dramatically reducing greenhouse ga ...
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Décembre 2009 | Bulletin CCTN

On October 19th, 2009, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources announced that the Government had received and begun to review a financial analysis on the restructuring of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL). The outcome of this process will clearly seal the fate of Canada’s nuclear industry.Th ...
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Mai 2009 | Bulletin CCTN

...If we don’t support our Canadian nuclear industry in favour of a foreign design, we can expect to be a minor beneficiary of future opportunities with respect to overseas reactor sales, electric and hydrogen zero emission vehicles developments and oil extraction in Alberta. We will also be aband ...
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Février 2009 | Bulletin CCTN

...Ottawa’s recent silence on the fate of Canada’s successful CANDU reactor technology and Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd (AECL) appears to have broken and moves are afoot to “bulk it up” for global competition.The recent 2009 Federal Budget provides $351 million in cash to AECL “for its oper ...
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Novembre 2008 | Bulletin CCTN

...Over the last several years, most of the polling data I’ve seen shows that the public’s major concerns about nuclear power are centered on safety and waste management. Yet Canada has an impressive 46 year plus safety track record in the nuclearIndustry. In fact, no Canadian nuclear worker or ...
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Mai 2008 | Bulletin CCTN

...Bruce Power New Build Gets Community Support In early April, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) released two documents for public comment related to Bruce Power’s new nuclear power plant. Brue Power is proposing to build up to 4 new nu ...
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Février 2008 | Bulletin CCTN

...Shortly, Ontario will decide which nuclear technology to use to meet the province’s future electricity needs—CANDU, Westinghouse or AREVA. As my son would say, “It’s a no brainer!”—CANDU of course... Cliquez ici pour télécharger le Bulletin CCTN de Février 2008 en format PDF ...
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Novembre 2007 | Bulletin CCTN

...No one can dispute nuclear energy’s worldwide renaissance. Here in Canada, public support remains strong - Alberta is considering its’ first nuclear plant and New Brunswick an advanced CANDU at least, while Ontario will refurbish or build 14,000 MW of nuclear capacity... Cliquez ici pour ...
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Conseil Canadien des Travailleurs du Nucléaire (CCTN)

Le Porte-parole des syndicats de l’industrie nucléaire