Canadian Workshop on Fusion Energy Science and Technology (CWFEST) 2023

The Canadian Workshop on Fusion Energy Science and Technology (CWFEST-2023) is a 1-day virtual event during which representatives from a number of fusion startups and organizations will discuss their successes and challenges in commercializing fusion energy. This workshop is a collaboration between the Canadian Nuclear Society Fusion Energy and Accelerator Science and Technology Division (CNS-FEASTD) […]

Virtual Lunch and Learns

The Ontario Government recently announced its support for Bruce Power to commence the long-term planning and consultation work required to support nuclear expansion on the Bruce site.  But what plans do Bruce Power have in mind, what are the timescales and what will it mean for nuclear in Canada? Join us for a virtual lunch and […]


Submissions and registration is now open. Click here to view the official website. DIET23 focuses on how companies, academics, and governments are using and planning to use innovative technologies and methodologies in nuclear energy, medicine, regulation and more. Disruptive, Innovative, and Emerging Technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Analysis, Big Data, and Digital […]

Virtual Lunch and Learns

Recently OPG changed the name “Nuclear Waste Management” to “Nuclear Sustainability Services” – this was not just a rebrand but an entire culture shift within the organization. Join Matthew Mairinger in conversation with Neil Alexander for a Lunch & Learn to find out what changed within the organization and what OPG is doing to redefine […]

Register Now! Intelligence Update with Mayor Adrian Foster

Virtually on Webex – registration link is:

Intelligence Update with Olivier Gregoire

Some recent media coverage has suggested that any reprocessing of used nuclear fuel is a gateway to weapons production and that by even considering the Moltex project, Canada may increase the risk of proliferation. But will it? And is what Moltex planning reprocessing anyway? Join Olivier Gregoire, Moltex’s Nuclear Security & Safeguards Officer, in a […]

Next Week: Register Now! Intelligence Update with Jeremy Whitlock

Next Week!Intelligence Update with Jeremy WhitlockAbout Jeremy: Since 2017 at the IAEA in Vienna, currently as Senior Technical Advisor, IAEA Dept. of Safeguards, with responsibility for the IAEA’s ‘safeguards by design’ programme – i.e., readiness for SMRs and other emerging nuclear technologies.22 years at AECL/CNL – reactor physicist 1994-2006, manager of non-proliferation and safeguards programme […]

The Evolution of Safety Analysis (Cases) – Enhancing Risk Mitigation in the Nuclear Industry

Speaker:   Christopher Rees, Principal Consultant for Nuclear Safety at Risktec Solutions Summary:  This presentation delves into the history and role of safety analysis (cases) in the Canadian nuclear industry. It explorers the origin and evolution of safety cases, and their significance in ensuring robust risk mitigation, setting operational constraints and limits, for nuclear sites.  We highlight the […]

Coming Soon: CNS Western Branch Webinar with Christopher Rees

Reminder! This Wednesday: CNS Western Branch WebinarCNS Western Branch invites you to participate in the following virtual presentation:Title: The Evolution of Safety Analysis (Cases) – Enhancing Risk Mitigation in the Nuclear IndustryWhen: Wednesday, February 21st at 12:00pm - 1:00pm ETSpeaker: Christopher Rees, Principal Consultant for Nuclear Safety at Risktec SolutionsWhere: VirtualSummary: This presentation delves into […]


Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto 475 Yonge St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Click here for the 2024 CNS technology and safety course brochure Click Here to Register Sorry the registration to this course has been closed as we have reached the maximum room capacity. If you indeed want to attend the course this March, please email to Wei at to have your name included on the waiting list. You […]

Nuclear Energy Goes West: Opportunities for Manufacturers in the Supply Chain (Webinar)

Western Canada is serious about developing small modular reactors to provide safe, reliable and zero-emissions energy to power the economy and create new opportunities to export Canadian knowledge and expertise around the world. With Alberta and Saskatchewan having strong industrial capabilities centered around manufacturing, these industries are well-positioned to support many aspects of growing a […]

Western Branch Seminar: Westinghouse eVinci™ Micro-reactor Overview

Abstract: Westinghouse is developing the eVinci™ microreactor to revolutionize how cost-competitive, carbon-free energy is delivered. The eVinci microreactor is a 15MW thermal heat pipe reactor capable of generating 5MW of electricity and is designed to run for approximately eight full power years before refueling. This transportable technology simplifies the traditional reactor design and facilitates greatly reduced […]