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Editorial, October 2022

Dave Niven, the Bulletin’s editor in chief, is welcoming back pretty much everything! Back to work in the office, back to travel plans . . . but most of all, he’s beyond excited for the return of in-person conferences. He talks about the opportunities that came out of a recent International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA) conference and looks forward to ICRP 2021+1 in Vancouver in November.


Interview with Leah Shuparski-Miller, CRPA’s President-Elect

In this issue of the Bulletin, continuing his tradition of interviewing interesting people involved in radiation protection, Chief Editor Dave Niven talks with Leah Shuparski-Miller, CRPA’s president-elect. He asks her about her life, her history with CRPA, her motivations for becoming president, and what she hopes to accomplish during her tenure. She says, “Sharing information openly helps us all grow and strengthen our radiation protection community.”

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CRPA 2019 Conference / Congrès de l’ACRP 2019

The 2019 conference was held in Ottawa May 27–30. The theme was “Connecting with Communities.” / Le congrès 2019 a eu lieu à Ottawa du 27 au 30 mai. Le thème du congrès était « Tisser des liens avec les communautés ».

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Special Events / Activités spéciales

Networking and socializing are an important component of every CRPA conference and, as usual, there will be lots of opportunities to gather with your colleagues this week. / Le réseautage et la socialisation sont des aspects importants de chaque congrès de l’ACRP et, comme d’habitude, il y aura beaucoup d’occasions de retrouver vos collègues.

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Scientific Tours / Visites scientifiques

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Chalk River Facility Tour and Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Laboratory Tour. / Visite de la centrale Chalk River des Laboratoires Nucléaires Canadiens et visite du Laboratoire de la Commission Canadienne de Sûreté Nucléaire.