A great video by Bruce Power: Nuclear up, Coal down: http://www.nuclearupcoaldown.ca/
"Ontario is counting on Bruce Power to generate over 25 per cent of
the province’s electricity to the end of the decade and for generations
to come. The investment in low-cost power from the Bruce Power site has
and will continue to be a key component in supporting Ontario’s
ambitious plan to phase out coal. During
our first 11 years of operation, Bruce Power has revitalized the Bruce
site and transformed it into the largest operating nuclear facility in
the world. With eight operating units, the site will produce up to 6,300
megawatts, well over a quarter of Ontario’s electricity. Through $7
billion of private investment, Bruce Power will have doubled the number
of operational units on the Bruce Power site; transformed the workforce
through new hiring and training; extended the life of operating units
through innovation; and positioned the site for long-term stability.
Ontario’s Long-Term Energy Plan has earmarked the Bruce Power site to
generate 6,300 MW in the coming decades as the province relies on our
site to power one out of four homes, schools, businesses, farms, and
hospitals with low-cost, highly reliable, clean electricity. To achieve
this, Bruce Power’s investors will need to invest billions to continue
to extend the life of the remaining units on the site."
Welcome to the Future of Neutron Scattering in Canada
a grassroots, nonpartisan movement of ordinary Canadians
that emerged in response to the lack of commitment by federal government(s) to build a new research reactor in Canada for nearly 2 decades.