We have all been watching the protests and riots in the US, Canada, and, indeed, the world. As a professional association, we certainly condemn all forms of racism and discrimination, but how can we do more?
The responsibility to keep Canadians safe from unnecessary radiation exposure is shared between the federal and provincial/territorial governments.
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) has housed one of Canada’s SLOWPOKE-2 reactors since 1981.
In this issue, Dave Niven continues his series of interviews by speaking with CPRA president-elect Ali Shoushtarian.
A message to our faithful CRPA members, colleagues, and friends. / Un message à nos fidèles membres, collègues et amis de l’ACRP.
CRPA Comments on the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s 2018 Regulatory Oversight Report on the Use of Nuclear Substances in Canada
Since 2014, the Directorate of Nuclear Substance Regulation of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has published annual regulatory oversight reports for the various sectors under their mandate. / La Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire (CCSN) publie des rapports annuels de surveillance réglementaire.