The 40th annual CNS conference, June 6-9, will bring together industry, government and academic leaders to discuss topics ranging from nuclear innovation and small modular reactor development to the role of relationships in nuclear.
The UNENE-member will contribute research and testing capacity to support Ontario Power Generation, Moltex and others, in turning used CANDU fuel into next generation nuclear power.
The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) is inviting nominees to form the next CNS council and executive: Deadline is May 6.
New agreement will support construction planning of Terrestrial’s Integral Molten Salt Reactor (IMSR), Generation IV advanced nuclear power plant.
Hosted by Nuclear Waste Management Organization, March 30-April 1, the virtual event will ask young Canadians, Indigenous peoples, academics and other interested groups to help inform development of a long-term waste strategy for Canada.
A not-for-profit organization in Deep River, Ontario is meticulously collecting artefacts from Canada’s 75-years of nuclear history. The Society for the Preservation of Canada’s Nuclear Heritage will be working with UNENE on a webinar series celebrating notable moments in the history of nuclear innovation in this country.
From recent small modular reactor (SMR) developments and CANDU refurbishment milestones to advancements in medical isotopes and a “made-in-Ontario” hydrogen report, UNENE’s industry news roundup showcases the latest achievements and innovations from across the Canadian nuclear sector.