Over 1000 employees of AECL, Municipalities, local businesses, related nuclear industry stakeholders from across Canada participated in request for opinions on AECL restructuring
1000 employees of AECL, Municipalities, local businesses, related
nuclear industry stakeholders from across Canada participated in request
for opinions on next steps of AECL restructuring: Let us hope this help
the government recognize the importance of the lab and why Canada needs
such infrastructure for nuclear, isotope and neutron scattering... http://www.cherylgallant.com/2012/04/19/mp-cheryl-gallant-thanks-community-for-participation-in-aecl-consultation/
... "With all the change happening with this major Federal Government
employer, the opportunity a business could be seeking may be right in
its own back yard,” remarked Cheryl Gallant, MP. “What this also does
is attract businesses from outside our region that see the
opportunities, and are attracted to the activity taking place.”'
Welcome to the Future of Neutron Scattering in Canada
a grassroots, nonpartisan movement of ordinary Canadians
that emerged in response to the lack of commitment by federal government(s) to build a new research reactor in Canada for nearly 2 decades.