Eddie Saab - Canadian Nuclear Association

Eddie Saab

Eddie Saab

President, Canada
Westinghouse Electric Company

Eddie Saab was appointed president of Westinghouse Electric Canada on June 1, 2018. Mr. Saab will be focused on building the Westinghouse’s commercial and operational footprint across Canada through a balanced approach of investments in technology and talent development, the formation of collaborative organizational partnerships, and ensuring that customers’ needs are supported in a safe, transparent and timely manner.

With over 16 years of nuclear experience, Mr. Saab has been leading dedicated teams focused on the Canadian nuclear industry, supporting key producers, researchers, engineers and developers such as Bruce Power, Candu Energy, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Nordion, NB Power, and Ontario Power Generation. A dedicated advocate for the advancement of clean, safe and reliable nuclear power, he believes that nuclear will need to play a greater role in the battle against climate change.

Prior to joining Westinghouse, Mr. Saab was the vice president of Business Development & Innovation at NA Engineering Associates, Inc. There he led the firm’s sales and marketing efforts with a targeted focus on the Canadian nuclear industry, and oversaw innovation throughout the organization and the expansion of its engineering capabilities portfolio. He also held leadership roles at Lakeside Process Controls, where he led the Nuclear, Commercial & Renewable Power business and served as the business unit manager for valves and power water systems.

Mr. Saab attended the University of Waterloo, completing his Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering/Management Science. He is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) and Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS), and represents Westinghouse at the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries (OCNI). Mr. Saab is actively involved on the CNA Public Affairs Advisory Committee and the Nuclear Leadership Forum.

A native of Toronto, Eddie, his wife and their three children now reside in Richmond Hill, Ontario.