By Heather Kleb, President and CEO, Canadian Nuclear Association I appeared before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development last week to talk about a side of the nuclear industry that many people don’t know about. We’re doing our part not only to protect, but also to improve wildlife habitat. I read more
Thanks to our members for joining us in April for Daffodil Month, a Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser.
As many of you are surely aware, the CNA recently embarked on a partnership with the Canadian Cancer Society to help our industry unite to raise funds for cancer research. In April, as we celebrated Daffodil month, the CNA purchased over 1000 daffodil pins and distributed them to our members to help build awareness about read more
Every year, we at the CNA put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into planning an Annual Conference and Trade Show that delivers exactly what our audience is looking for. And how do we know what they is? We ask, of course! That’s why this year, we wanted to recognize the value we receive read more
Ever wanted to brush up on your understanding of nuclear technology? Well, if you’re interested in being in the Hamilton area next week, the Canadian Nuclear Society is putting on their Nuclear 101 course. It’s a two-day course being held on May 13-14 at McMaster University. This is an excellent course for anyone to take read more