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CNL launches construction process for three new multi-million dollar facilities at CRL

Revitalization of Canada’s national nuclear laboratory underway as construction poised to begin on more than $100 million in new infrastructure in 2018 Chalk River, ON, February 07, 2018 – Canadian…

Project agreement signed for construction of Advanced Nuclear Materials Research Centre

Integrated project delivery team now in place for new laboratory research complex; initial phase of construction slated to commence in 2022 Chalk River, ON – November 29, 2021 – Canadian…

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…current projects and future plans Chalk…… Read More AECL and CNL to provide community update on future of the Chalk River Laboratories NAYGN’s Chalk River Chapter wins first North America…

CNL recognized for environmental excellence by Wildlife Habitat Council

Canada’s national nuclear laboratory awarded Gold Certification by Wildlife Habitat Council for commitment to environmental stewardship and wildlife protection Chalk River, April 22, 2019 – Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), Canada’s…

CNL celebrates major accomplishments in 2019

Canada’s national nuclear laboratory enters new decade with significant achievements in clean energy, public health, nuclear security and environmental remediation Chalk River, ON, January 24, 2020 – Canadian Nuclear Laboratories…

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…Safety Report summarizing Environmental Monitoring for the Chalk River Laboratories. This report reviews and summarizes the results of the Chalk River Laboratories (CRL) Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) for a specified…

CNL completes repatriation of HEU Target Residue Material to United States

Canada’s national nuclear laboratory fulfills international commitment under the U.S.-Origin Foreign Research Reactor Spent Nuclear Fuel Acceptance Program, safely removing a major nuclear liability from the Chalk River Laboratories Chalk

CNSC hearing dates scheduled for CNL’s proposed NSDF Project

…built on AECL’s Chalk River Laboratories site to enable the permanent disposal of decommissioning waste from more than 100 legacy buildings and structures at the Chalk River Laboratories, as well…

CNL President & CEO issues statement on workforce adjustments

Chalk River, ON – July 09, 2019 – Mark Lesinski, President and CEO of Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), issued the following statement today concerning workforce adjustments at the company’s Chalk

CNL reflects on a successful year

The 2017/18 fiscal year at Canada’s national nuclear laboratory saw significant progress in science & technology, liability management and campus revitalization Chalk River, ON, May 25, 2018 – Canadian Nuclear…