Members

Membership advantages

Membership in the Canadian Nuclear Association confers several advantages:

  • Sharing information – Member organizations have an opportunity to gather and disseminate authoritative and timely information about all aspects of nuclear energy. The CNA also provides members with analyses of opportunities and problems on the development and use of nuclear energy.
  • Representation – The CNA presents members’ viewpoints to public inquiries, regulatory bodies, and to government organizations.
  • Raising awareness – The CNA helps to foster an accurate public understanding of the uses of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
  • Sponsorship – The CNA sponsors activities on the successful marketing of nuclear-related products and services in Canada and around the world, as well as conferences, seminars, and courses on the development and use of nuclear energy, uranium production, and related issues.
  • Networking – Member organizations establish and maintain close ties with other associations that have similar interests.

Application

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Members

Acuren

www.acuren.com
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Advanced Reactor Concepts LLC

www.ARCnuclear.com
Advanced Reactor Concepts LLC (ARC) was formed to commercialize a 100 MWe sodium cooled fast reactor. The first of a kind reactor will be built and installed in Canada.
AECOM

www.aecom.com
AECOM is a global leader in providing fully integrated professional technical and management support services for a broad range of markets. In Canada and in the nuclear domain, AECOM has provided engineering design for waste storage and disposal and has supported the licensing processes for nuclear organizations in Canada. Globally AECOM provides EPC services to Nuclear Utilities and designs, constructs, and operates nuclear repositories.
Aecon Group Inc.

www.aecon.com
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Algonquin College

www.algonquincollege.com
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AMEC

www.amec.com
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American Nuclear Society

www.ans.org
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ANRIC Enterprises Inc.

www.anric.com
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ANSTO

www.ansto.gov.au
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ARCADIS Canada Ltd.

www.arcadis.com/en/canada
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ASI Group Ltd.

asi-group.com
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Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.

www.aecl.ca
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ATS Automation Tooling Systems Inc.

www.atsautomation.com
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B.C. Instruments

www.bc-instruments.com
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Bechtel Corporation

www.bechtel.com
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Black & McDonald

www.blackandmcdonald.com
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Black & Veatch Corporation

bv.com
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Bremar Construction Ltd.
Bruce County

www.brucecounty.on.ca
The County of Bruce is located in the northern part of Southwestern Ontario and is bordered by Georgian Bay to the north and east, Grey County to the east, Huron County to the south and Lake Huron to the west. The County encompasses an area of approximately 4,048 square kilometres and presently supports a population of approximately 65,000 people.
The main pillars of the Bruce economy include tourism, agriculture, and of course the Bruce Nuclear Power site. The County has an active economic development program, which recognizes the nuclear sector as one of our core strengths.
“The Corporation of the County of Bruce” is considered an “upper tier” municipality that comprises of eight local municipalities. Each of the eight local mayors have a seat at Bruce County Council, with the Warden, being elected on a yearly basis by the County Council.
Bruce Power

www.brucepower.com
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BSI Global Solutions Inc.

www.bsiglobal.ca
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BWXT Canada Ltd.

www.bwxt.com
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Cameco Corp.

www.cameco.com
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Canadian Electricity Association

www.electricity.ca
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Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

www.cnl.ca
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Canadian Nuclear Society

www.cns-snc.ca
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Canadian Nuclear Workers Council

www.cnwc-cctn.ca
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Canadian Power Utility Services Ltd.

www.cpusl.com
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Canadian Union of Skilled Workers

www.cusw.ca
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Candu Energy Inc.

www.candu.com
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CANDU Owners Group Inc. (COG)

www.candu.org
The CANDU Owners Group (COG) is a private, not-for-profit international corporation funded voluntarily by CANDU operating utilities worldwide including in Canada, Argentina, China, Korea, India, Pakistan and Romania. Our members also include Canadian Nuclear Laboratories and supplier participants.
COG is a trusted nuclear industry leader comprised of highly-skilled employees and an industry network experienced in many facets of CANDU nuclear technology.
Through its multi-million dollar research and development program, COG and its members work together with suppliers and other stakeholders to solve the industry’s most challenging technical problems and to innovate new solutions and processes. COG provides a framework for shared operating experience and regulatory expertise through workshops, peer teams and an extensive and secure database.
COG and its members are committed to continual improvement of safety, reliability, cost and environmental performance through collaboration. Together we strengthen CANDU operations and the nuclear industry worldwide.
CH2M HILL

www.ch2m.com
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CSA Group

www.csagroup.org
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Denison Mines Corp.

www.denisonmines.com
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Durham Economic Development Partnership
Ellwood Quality Steels
Elysium Industries

www.elysiumindustries.com
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EMC Power Canada Ltd.

www.emccanada.ca
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Energy Council of Canada

www.energy.ca
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EnergySolutions

www.energysolutions.com
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E.S. Fox Ltd.

www.esfox.com
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Eureka.cc

www.eureka.cc
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EZEFLOW Inc.

www.ezeflow.com
EZEFLOW, located near Montreal, is a nuclear certified manufacturer of tees, reducers, elbows, caps, crosses, laterals and other fittings in stainless steel, duplex, super duplex, titanium, aluminium, nickel and nickel alloys, chrome molybdenum, zirconium and cladded from 1/2” to 84” with max wall thickness up to 4”. EZEFLOW’s strength is not only technical but also service wise as EZEFLOW is able to produce fittings in very short lead times for the nuclear industry.
Fluor Corporation

www.fluor.com/canada
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GEL Laboratories

www.gel.com
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General Fusion

www.generalfusion.com
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Golder Associates

www.golder.ca
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Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

www.gowlings.com
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Hatch Ltd.

www.hatch.ca
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Hitachi Canada

www.hitachi.ca
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Hydro-Québec

www.hydroquebec.com
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Ian Martin Group

www.ianmartin.com
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IMI NH / IMI Critical Engineering

www.imiplc.com
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Industrial Audit Corporation

industrialaudit.com
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Interset

www.interset.com
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iRobot Corporation

www.irobot.com
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JNE Consulting Ltd.

www.jne.ca
JNE Consulting Ltd. is a comprehensive multi-disciplinary engineering service proivder supporting our clients throughout all phases of the engineering process. Our services include conceptual engineering, detailed design/engineering, 3D modeling, procurement, and startup support.
Kiewit Nuclear Canada Corp.

www.kiewit.com/markets/power/nuclear
Kiewit has served the power generation market for more than 30 years. We have helped clients meet the challenge of changing power consumption trends and generating strategies by building run-of-the-river hydroelectric, nuclear and geothermal power plants, as well as cogeneration, combined-cycle and waste-to-energy generation and resource facilities. We bring in-depth expertise to deliver power projects using engineer-procure-construct (EPC), design-build, design-assist and traditional bid-build models. Through our subsidiary, Kiewit Engineering & Design Co., we provide a complete array of design and engineering services for major power plant projects that set industry standards for quality design and superior functionality, worldwide.
Over the past 10 years, Kiewit constructed and provided start-up services for more than 400 power-related projects, totaling more than $12.8 billion in contract revenue.
Kinectrics

www.kinectrics.com
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Konecranes Nuclear Equipment & Services
KPMG LLP (Canada)

www.kpmg.com
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Kurion Inc.

www.kurion.com
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L-3 Communications MAPPS Inc.

www.mapps.l-3com.com
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Lakeside Process Controls Ltd.

www.lakesidecontrols.ca
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McMaster University

www.mcmaster.ca
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MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.

www.mdacorporation.com
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Mirion Technologies Inc.

www.mirion.com
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Moltex Energy LLP

www.moltexenergy.com
Moltex is a design company developing a unique static fueled molten salt reactor concept and associated fuel cycle technology. The design’s inherent safety can reduce capital costs for nuclear power.
MZConsulting Inc.

mzconsultinginc.com
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NA Engineering Associates Inc.

www.naeng.com
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National Electricity Roundtable

www.nationalelectricityroundtable.com
The National Electricity Roundtable (NER) was formed in 1994 with its main purpose being to interface with Federal Ministries and have regular dialogue on topics related to the Canadian electric power industry. This includes policy/regulation related topics and technology development. The NER also has two committees that work on specific tasks related to these topics.
This focus is maintained today, as the NER has two meetings per year where several Ministries are regular participants and they provide updates on activities within their Ministry. These member meetings are purposely kept small so that relaxed and informal dialogue can occur.
The meetings are attended by a diverse group of senior executives from all areas of the electric power industry, namely, electric power utilities, independent power producers, equipment suppliers, equipment manufacturers, engineering companies, construction companies, and federal government departments. Relationships are developed and business opportunities are created.
NAYGN

naygn.org
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NB Power

www.nbpower.com
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Nuclear Insurance Association of Canada

www.niac.biz
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Nuclear Risk Insurers Ltd.

www.nuclear-risk.com
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Nuclear Shielding Supplies & Service of Canada, Ltd.

www.nuclearshielding.com
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Ontario Power Generation Inc.

www.opg.com
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Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OPSE)

www.ospe.on.ca
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Orgamin Technology Inc.

www.orgamintechnology.com
Unique nanocavitation technology for decontamination (quick and effective) at NPP.
Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI)

oci-aic.org
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Pacific Nuclear Council
Pajarito Scientific Corporation

www.pajaritoscientific.com
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Perma-Fix Environmental Services Inc.

www.perma-fix.com
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PTAG

www.ptaginc.com
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Power Workers’ Union

www.pwu.ca
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Quality Control Council of Canada

www.qcccanada.com
The Quality Control Council (QCC) is a joint venture between the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers (IBB) and the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada (UA), and is recognized as the designated Union to represent non-destructive testing and field heat treatment technicians across Canada.
Our members are heavily involved in the nuclear industry including: radiographic inspection (RT) and various non-destructive testing and field heat-treatment within the nuclear power plants in Canada.
Radiation Safety Institute of Canada

www.radiationsafety.ca
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RCM Technologies Canada Corp.

www.rcmt.ca
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Royal Military College of Canada

www.rmc.ca
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Sargent & Lundy Canada

www.sargentlundy.com
Sargent & Lundy is a global leader in professional services for the electric power industry and has been dedicated exclusively to serving electric power and energy intensive clients for 125 years. The firm provides comprehensive engineering, energy business consulting, and project services for power generation assets (nuclear, fossil fuel, and renewable energy) and power delivery systems.
Nuclear power has been a primary focus of our business since 1954. For 60 years, we have been continuously involved in designing successive generations of new stations and supporting operating plants on an on‐going basis. Our proven services span engineering, design, analysis, compliance, licensing, project management, and more.
Sargent & Lundy is currently supporting more than 100 nuclear units across North America and nuclear clients worldwide. Overall, we have supported over 180 nuclear units and research reactors.
Saskatchewan Mining Association

www.saskmining.ca
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SaskPower

www.saskpower.com
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Schneider Electric

www.schneider-electric.com
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Siemens Canada Ltd.

www.siemens.com
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SNC-Lavalin Nuclear Inc.

www.snclavalin.com
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Society of Energy Professionals, The

www.thesociety.ca
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SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc.

srbt.com
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Stuart Olson Industrial Constructors Inc.

www.stuartolson.com
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Sulzer Pumps (Canada) Inc.

www.sulzer.com
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SWI

www.swi.com
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Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation Inc.

www.fedorukcentre.ca
The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation is building a research and innovation capacity to support a vibrant nuclear sector in Saskatchewan and Canada. Working with academic institutions in partnership with industry and experts from across Canada and around the world, the Fedoruk Centre is placing Saskatchewan among global leaders in nuclear research, development and training in the areas of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, social and environmental aspects of nuclear development, energy production including small reactors, and materials research.
The Fedoruk Centre also operates the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences: a state-of-the-art high-energy cyclotron, GMP radiopharmaceutical production facility and laboratories for research using short-lived radioisotopes. It is focused on innovations in radioisotope production, the synthesis of molecular imaging agents, the development of imaging technology, and the production of radiopharmaceuticals for clinical use. Commercial and academic research opportunities include the development and application of functional molecular imaging to the detection and treatment of diseases in humans, animals and plants; optimizing crop productivity to enhance food security; and detector design.
Terrestrial Energy Inc.

www.terrestrialenergyinc.com
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Tetra Tech, Inc.

www.tetratech.com
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Torys LLP

www.torys.com
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TRIUMF

www.triumf.ca
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U-Battery

www.U-Battery.com
U-Battery is a 10MWt/4We High Temperature Gas Reactor being developed by a consortium of URENCO, AMEC FW, Cammell-Laird and Laing O’Rourke. Building on existing technology it offers a low cost, low risk development of a low emission power source for deployment at industrial sites and off-grid locations.
UltraRay

www.ultraray.com
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UNENE

unene.ca
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Unified Engineering

www.unifiedengineering.com
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University of Ontario Institute of Technology

www.uoit.ca
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University of Saskatchewan

www.usask.ca
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University of Toronto

www.utoronto.ca
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VA Business Solutions

www.vabusinesssolutions.com
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Westinghouse Electric Canada LLC

www.westinghousenuclear.com
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WiN-Canada

www.wincanada.org
WiN (Women in Nuclear) is a world-wide association of women working professionally in various fields of nuclear energy and radiation applications.
WiN-Canada was formed in 2004 and has been working to support the objectives of WiN-Global and emphasize and support the role that women can and do have in addressing the general public’s concerns about nuclear energy and the application of radiation and nuclear technology. WiN-Canada also works to provide an opportunity for women to succeed in the industry through initiatives such as mentoring, networking, and personal development opportunities.
WiN’s principle objectives are:
1. To develop a dialogue with the public to promote awareness around the factual contribution to people and society from nuclear technologies.
2. To contribute to knowledge and experience exchange among members and chapters.
3. To promote career interest in nuclear engineering, science, technology, the trades and other nuclear-related professions, especially among women and young people.
World Nuclear Association

www.world-nuclear.org
The World Nuclear Association is the international organization that represents the global nuclear industry. Its mission is to promote a wider understanding of nuclear energy among key international influencers by producing authoritative information, developing common industry positions, and contributing to the energy debate.
World Nuclear Transport Institute

www.wnti.co.uk
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WorleyParsons Ltd.

www.worleyparsons.com
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