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February 12, 2018 – Local nuclear workers and pensioners, safety organizations and union leaders are looking to gather support for Bruce Power as it embarks upon its Licence Renewal application process with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).The Bruce Power Pensioners Association, Canad ...
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RE: CNWC Submission: CANADIAN NUCLEAR LABORITORIES (CNL) OPERATING LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE CHALK RIVER LABORATORIES: 2017Click here to download the CNWC Submission: CANADIAN NUCLEAR LABORITORIES (CNL) OPERATING LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE CHALK RIVER LABORATORIES: 2017 in PDF format ...
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Toronto – October 27, 2017 – The Canadian Nuclear Workers Council (CNWC) is pleased with the central role nuclear energy plays in the Ontario Government’s Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP).The updated Plan, released yesterday, recognizes the importance of Ontario’s publically owned nuclear reacto ...
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September 2017 | CNWC Newsletter

Speak to those who want your vote  Canada’s nuclear industry will never be short of challenges.One is the continual need to speak to those who will be influencing and/or making the decisions that determine the fate of our industry. I’m talking about the people who are already el ...
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RE: CNWC Submission: THE RENEWAL OF THE URANIUM MINE OPERATING LICENSE TO AUTHORIZE AREVA TO OPERATE THE MCLEAN LAKE OPERATIONS (MLO)Click here to download the CNWC Submission: THE RENEWAL OF THE URANIUM MINE OPERATING LICENSE TO AUTHORIZE AREVA TO OPERATE THE MCLEAN LAKE OPERATIONS (MLO) in PDF for ...
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RE: CNWC Submission: RELICENSING OF THE POINT LEPREAU NUCLEAR GENERATING STATIONClick here to download the CNWC Submission: RELICENSING OF THE POINT LEPREAU NUCLEAR GENERATING STATION in PDF format ...
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RE: Regulatory Oversite Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Plants – 2016
RE: CNWC Submission: Regulatory Oversite Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Plants – 2016Click here to download the CNWC Submission: Regulatory Oversite Report for Canadian Nuclear Power Plants – 2016 in PDF format ...
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• Canada has safely managed used nuclear fuel and radioactive waste for more than four decades in accordance with the licencing and regulatory requirements of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission.• Currently used fuel is safely stored at nuclear station sites while low and intermediate waste i ...
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Most countries with commercial nuclear power production have plans in place to isolate the wastes from their nuclear fuel cycle in a deep geological repository (DGR). For example, Belgium, China, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingd ...
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RE: CNWC Submission: OPG Western Waste Management Facility (WWMF) License Renewal HearingClick here to download the CNWC Submission: OPG Western Waste Management Facility (WWMF) License Renewal Hearing in PDF format ...
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