Who negotiated a deal which led to the dismantlement of 20,000 nuclear warheads, helped establish his company as a dominant nuclear energy company, and shaped its mission of bringing the many benefits of nuclear energy to the world?
The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA), in partnership with the Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS), is pleased to present the CNS/CNA Ian McRae Award, given annually to honour an individual who has made substantive contributions to the advancement of nuclear energy in Canada.
Join us in honoring former Cameco Corporation CEO,
Mr. Gerald (Jerry) Grandey!
2012 CNS/CNA Ian McRae Award recipient
The 2012 CNS/CNA Ian McRae Award will be presented in a special
ceremony as part of the Welcome Reception for the
2012 CNA Conference and Trade Show – Leadership Through Innovation
Wednesday February 22, 2012
Westin Hotel, Main Ballroom, 11 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa
18:00 Welcome Reception Begins
18:30-19:30 Award Ceremony
21:00 Welcome Reception Concludes
Come for the Award, stay for the Conference!
Throughout his distinguished career in Canada’s nuclear industry, Mr. Grandey earned the reputation as a well-respected, influential leader who helped shape nuclear advancement on a global scale. He is being recognized for raising the nuclear profile to a higher level along with Canada’s reputation as a world leader in nuclear safety. He has been a strong supporter and vocal advocate for the industry through the dedication of his personal time and resources at Cameco Corporation to support the national efforts of the Canadian Nuclear Association.
The 2012 CNA Conference and Trade Show continues on February 23-24 with informative and entertaining speakers and panels discussing all the top issues afftecting your business and the nuclear industry, both in Canada and globally.
See you in February!