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MONTREAL, Feb. 25, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - SNC-Lavalin Inc.
North America's foremost gathering of nuclear construction leaders is back for its third year - and it couldn't be happening at a more critical time for the nuclear renaissance.
OptoScreener system to enhance security control with weapon and liquid detection at the Ontario nuclear power plant QUEBEC CITY, April 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Optosecurity Inc., (http://www.optosecurity.com), a company developing breakthrough security products that improve the performance of checkpoint X-ray screening systems, today announced the sale of several units of its unique security system, the OptoScreener, to Bruce Power Generating Station located in Ontario, Canada. Optosecurity is...
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The Canadian Hydrogen Association will work with Bruce Power and representatives of the University of Waterloo and McMaster University to study the potential of building a clean energy hub at Nanticoke involving next generation nuclear, hydrogen, wind and solar.
By Jennifer Graham, THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA - A "bonanza" of uranium and a government keen on opening the door to nuclear power has energy companies circulating Saskatchewan in hopes of flipping the switch on a reactor.
By THE CANADIAN PRESS SASKATOON - Saskatchewan, the world's largest producer of uranium, looked to jump into the nuclear game Tuesday with word that Bruce Power (TSX:CCO, TSX:TRP) will study the possibility of building a reactor in the province.
By Jennifer Graham, THE CANADIAN PRESS SASKATOON - Ontario-based Bruce Power (TSX:CCO, TSX:TRP) is looking into the possibility of building a nuclear power plant in Saskatchewan. Company president and CEO Duncan Hawthorne released a plan Tuesday dubbed the Saskatchewan 2020 initiative.
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