Features & Updates

Environmental cleanup ahead of schedule


Approximately half of all historic low-level radioactive waste at a legacy waste management site on the Lake Ontario shoreline in Port Granby has been cleaned up.

First movement of waste under the Port Hope Project completed


On December 1, the first truckloads of contaminated soil was transferred into the new engineered aboveground mound at the Port Hope Project Long-Term Waste Management Facility. This was the news shared with the Port Hope community during the quarterly PHAI update to Municipality of Port Hope Council on December 5.

Kids learn more about Radiation Protection


It was a special day for parents working at the Historic Waste Program Management Office when they were able to introduce their kids to the work they are doing at CNL.

UOIT students learn about the PHAI projects


It was a busy day for the 12 nuclear engineering students from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) who visited CNL’s Historic Waste Program Management Office.

Disclosure of Non-Radioactive Contaminants in Port Hope


Contractors working on behalf of CNL to undertake the radiological survey of properties in Port Hope occasionally identify the presence of actual or potential contaminants that are not part of LLRW. CNL informs Port Hope residents on the results of these surveys, both radiological and non-radiological, once the nature of the contaminants has been verified through independent laboratory analysis.