Features & Updates

Showcasing the PHAI


Port Hope’s community-developed solution to the waste left by its industrial past was a topic of interest at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) Open House held August 12 at the Chalk River site in the Ottawa Valley.

ONGOING WORK: Road Allowances, Contract 2


Working on behalf of CNL, Golder and Associates is conducting utility locates and borehole drilling/soil sampling within municipal road allowances, right-of-ways and laneways throughout Port Hope.

CNL Continues to Enhance Water Management Mitigation Measures


As a result of extreme weather and record rainfall in Northumberland County, legacy treatment ponds on the site of the Port Hope Project Long-Term Waste Management Facility overflowed, as publicly disclosed on June 25.

First Nations Engagement Session Highlights Port Hope Waterfront Sites and Northern Transportation Route Remediation


Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) staff met with representatives of the Alderville, Curve Lake, Hiawatha and Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nations on June 26 to receive updates from each of their communities and share information about current project activities managed by CNL’s Historic Waste Program.

GM’s Update to Municipality of Clarington Council


General Manager Craig Hebert of the Historic Waste Program Management Office delivered his annual update on the Port Granby Project to the Municipality of Clarington General Government Committee on June 19.