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Nuclear Facilities: Nuclear Substance Processing - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/nuclear-substances/nuclear-facilities/index.cfm

Jul 9, 2014 ...Nuclear Facilities: Nuclear Substance Processing Nuclear substances are processed for industrial, medical and research purposes. All nuclear substance processing facilities must meet the CNSC safety and security requirements and are regulated under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. Below are the largest processing facilities licensed in Canada: Nordion

Wrap-up: International Conference on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/educational-resources/feature-articles/wrap-up-ICPPNMNF.cfm

Nov 20, 2017 ...Wrap-up: International Conference on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities Last Friday marked the close of the International Conference on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities, held from November 13 to 17, 2017, in Vienna, Austria. The Conference was organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency

Robotic technologies at nuclear facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/educational-resources/feature-articles/robotic-technologies-at-nuclear-facilities.cfm

Feb 4, 2016 ...Robotic technologies at nuclear facilities Robotic technologies at nuclear facilities February 4, 2016 Robotic technologies are used in a wide range of sectors, from automotive assembly lines to space exploration. Not only do robots allow the automation of processes, they also provide safety benefits, by allowing machines to perform tasks that would

Maps of nuclear facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/maps-of-nuclear-facilities/results.cfm?category=processing-and-fuel-fabrication-facilities

Feb 3, 2014 ...Maps of nuclear facilities Back This map provides you with the location and type of nuclear facility. Map locations are approximate. By clicking on the facility icon, information about the facility will appear. The alternate text for this Google map is the list of addresses found below the map. Installations: CNSC offices Research facilities Uranium mines

Nuclear Facilities: Nuclear Power Plants - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/reactors/power-plants/nuclear-facilities/index.cfm

Jul 8, 2014 ...Nuclear Facilities: Nuclear Power Plants Nuclear power plants have been producing electricity commercially in Canada since the early 1960s. Today, five plants in three provinces house 22 nuclear power reactors. Nuclear energy produces about 15 percent of Canada's electricity. The CNSC has a team of technical experts and onsite inspectors to ensure

Maps of nuclear facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/maps-of-nuclear-facilities/results.cfm?category=irradiation-facilities

Feb 3, 2014 ...Maps of nuclear facilities Back This map provides you with the location and type of nuclear facility. Map locations are approximate. By clicking on the facility icon, information about the facility will appear. The alternate text for this Google map is the list of addresses found below the map. Installations: CNSC offices Research facilities Uranium mines

Nuclear Facilities: Uranium Processing and Fuel Fabrication - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/uranium/processing/nuclear-facilities/index.cfm

Jan 27, 2017 ...Nuclear Facilities: Uranium Processing and Fuel Fabrication Nuclear power facilities use domestically produced fuel products, based on natural uranium. Uranium processing and fabricating facilities typically refine uranium ore concentrate (generally called "yellowcake") into fuel bundles through several processing stages. Uranium processing facilities must

Maps of nuclear facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/maps-of-nuclear-facilities/results.cfm?category=isotope-production

Feb 3, 2014 ...Maps of nuclear facilities Back This map provides you with the location and type of nuclear facility. Map locations are approximate. By clicking on the facility icon, information about the facility will appear. The alternate text for this Google map is the list of addresses found below the map. Installations: CNSC offices Research facilities Uranium mines

Regulatory Oversight Report for Uranium and Nuclear Processing Facilities in Canada: 2016 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/publications/reports/2016-regulatory-oversight-report-for-uranium-and-nuclear-processing-facilities/index.cfm

Jul 31, 2018 ...Regulatory Oversight Report for Uranium and Nuclear Processing Facilities in Canada: 2016 Regulatory Oversight Report for Uranium and Nuclear Substance Processing Facilities in Canada: 2016 (PDF 3305 kB) Table of Contents Executive Summary 1 Overview 1.1 Canada’s uranium and nuclear substance processing facilities 1.2 Regulatory oversight 1.3 Safety

Maps of nuclear facilities - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/resources/maps-of-nuclear-facilities/results.cfm?category=radioactive-waste-management-facilities

Feb 3, 2014 ...Maps of nuclear facilities Back This map provides you with the location and type of nuclear facility. Map locations are approximate. By clicking on the facility icon, information about the facility will appear. The alternate text for this Google map is the list of addresses found below the map. Installations: CNSC offices Research facilities Uranium mines

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