Alberta's Jason Kenney became the fourth Canadian premier to sign an agreement supporting the development of small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs) in Canada.
Alberta is to join three other provinces to explore the feasibility of small modular nuclear reactors as a clean energy option.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s review process of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) is taking place behind closed doors and allows private sector companies to sell unproven reactor designs.
The energy industry has mixed views on how successful the federal and Alberta governments have been in advancing Canada’s sustainability story.
Canadians will have to wait a little while longer to see the federal government's plan for the development of small nuclear reactors, seen by proponents as critical to the country's fight against global warming.
The federal government has launched a new initiative aimed at finding long-term solutions for the growing quantity of radioactive waste produced by Canada's nuclear reactors.
An Ontario nuclear power company is getting $20 million from Ottawa to try to get its new small modular reactor in line with Canada's safety regulations
The Canadian government took a tentative step forward on its national small modular reactor (SMR) plan on Thursday, with an investment to help an Ontario company edge closer to commercializing its reactor technology.
The nuclear industry has been stalled for years now, struggling to compete with cheaper forms of power and viewed as suspect ever since the accidents at Fukushima, Chernobyl and Three Mile Island.
The Alberta government says it plans to join three other provinces in exploring small-scale nuclear technology.
Saskatchewan is taking another step in its march to bring small modular nuclear technology to the province.
Several public-interest groups are calling for a suspension of federal decision-making on radioactive-waste disposal until Canada has stronger policies in place.
Canada has received words of praise for its emergency preparedness system across all levels of government and its implementation of safety standards in nuclear and radiological emergency.
The long list of 22 municipalities and Indigenous communities willing to consider hosting a deep hole to store high-level nuclear waste has been whittled down to three.