OTTAWA (February 20, 2018) – The Canadian Nuclear Association is hosting its annual Conference and Trade Show. This year’s theme is “Canada’s Nuclear Advantage: The Next Generation.” The event will feature a variety of speakers and experts from industry, academia and government, addressing the indispensable role of nuclear in fostering innovation and maximizing Canada’s nuclear advantage.
When: February 21-23, 2018
Where: The Westin Hotel, 11 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1N 9H4
The Honourable Glenn Thibeault, Ontario Minister of Energy
MP Kim Rudd, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources
Dr. Michael Binder, President and CEO, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Mr. Michael Shellenberger, Founder and President, Environmental Progress
Ms. Maria Korsnick, President and CEO, Nuclear Energy Institute
Mr. Mike Rencheck, President and CEO, Bruce Power
Mr. Jeffrey Lyash, President and CEO, Ontario Power Generation
Mr. Mark Lesinski, President and CEO, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Mr. Sandy Taylor, President, Nuclear, SNC Lavalin Inc.
Dr. John Barrett, President and CEO, Canadian Nuclear Association
Ms. Cheryl Cardinal, President and CEO, Indigenous Centre of Energy
Mr. Jeremy Gordon, Advisor to the Harmony Programme, World Nuclear Association
Mr. Glen Hodgson, Senior Fellow and Chair, Low Carbon Growth Economy, The Conference Board of Canada
Dr. Daniel Hoornweg, Associate Professor, Faculty of Energy Systems and Nuclear Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Ms. Diane Cameron, Director, Nuclear Energy Division, Natural Resources Canada
Mr. Simon Irish, Chief Executive Officer, Director, Terrestrial Energy
Dr. Kathryn McCarthy, Vice-President, Research and Development, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
Mr. Pierre Oneid, Senior Vice President & Chief Nuclear Officer, HOLTEC International SMR, LLC
Dr. Timothy Caulfield, Author and Professor of Health Law and Science Policy
Canada has the nuclear advantage. We have the tools, the technology, the people and the solutions to one of the world’s most pressing problems: climate change. Governments and people are scrambling to figure out how we can swiftly, efficiently and with certainty de-carbonize our societies and get the clean and affordable energy we need for sustainable economic growth in the decades ahead. Canada’s nuclear technology and industry can be part of the solution.
That is why, in 2018, we highlight the importance of Canada’s nuclear advantage.
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Romeo St. Martin