Comments by Non-Government Organizations on Atomic Energy of Canada Limited’s (AECL) Cernavoda Reactor 2 Environmental Assessmen
Decaying concrete at nuclear power plants is the latest concern for nuclear safety authorities. At Quebec’s sole atomic power station, Gentilly-2, eroding concrete has prompted federal licensing officials to suggest that any provincial attempt to...
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The Parti Québécois will go ahead with its plan to shut the Gentilly 2 nuclear power plant in Bécancour, a party spokesperson said Tuesday. It is something the party has wanted since December 2009, Éric Gamache said Tuesday....