Category Archives: Nuclear Plant Security

Nuclear Liability Act

(June 3, 2009) An Act respecting civil liability for nuclear damage : http://lois.justice.gc.ca/en/N-28/text.html Continue reading

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CNSC Action on Nuclear Security Post 9/11

(Jan. 08, 2009) Prior to September 11th, nuclear facility security requirements in Canada were based on. Continue reading

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CNSC Action on Nuclear Security Post 9/11

(January 8, 2009) Prior to September 11th, nuclear facility security requirements in Canada were based on: international recommendations, modified to account for the Canadian social, cultural, economic and political environment, the Nuclear Safety and Control Act and Nuclear Security Regulations which reflect the threat as assessed by Canadian Security officials Continue reading

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Medical firm sues AECL, Ottawa

(July 10, 2008) Life sciences company MDS Inc. has launced a $1.6 billion lawsuit against Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. and the federal government after a decision to cancel a 12-year-old project to build a new nuclear reactors for producing medical isotopes. Continue reading

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AECL’s chances doubted

(Dec. 22, 2007) An industry expert says the recent Chalk River reactor fiasco is raising doubts that Ontario will purchase new nuclear reactors exclusively from Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., the federal Crown corporation at the centre of the controversy. Continue reading

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AECL’s chances doubted

(December 22, 2007) An industry expert says the recent Chalk River reactor fiasco is raising doubts that Ontario will purchase new nuclear reactors exclusively from Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., the federal Crown corporation at the centre of the controversy. Continue reading

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Mac’s nuclear reactor ‘just cannot go boom’

(March 31, 2007) If we’re going to have a nuclear reactor in our back yard, McMaster’s unit isn’t so bad. “You’ve got a device that just cannot go boom,” says Tom Adams, executive director of Energy Probe, a consumer and environmental research group. Continue reading

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