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1101 |aCanada. |bParliament. |bHouse of Commons. |bStanding Committee on Natural Resources.
24514|aThe nuclear sector at a crossroads |h[electronic resource] : |bfostering innovation and energy security for Canada and the world / |cJames Maloney, chair.
260 |a[Ottawa] : |bHouse of Commons, |c2017.
300 |avii, 34 p.
4901 |aReport of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources ; |v5th report, 42nd Parliament, 1st session
500 |aOriginal published on: 2017/06/09; published on: 2017/06/12.
500 |aIssued also in French under title: Le secteur nucléaire à la croisée des chemins : favoriser l'innovation et la sécurité énergétique pour le Canada et le monde.
500 |a"June 2017."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
516 |aElectronic monograph in PDF format.
520 |a“The Canadian nuclear sector has undergone several major changes over the past few years, namely the restructuring of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, including the sale of the corporation’s Candu division and the creation of the Canadian National Laboratories; the decision to permanently shut down the NRU by 2018; and the initiation of a number of plans and proposals with implications for Canada’s economy, energy security,environment, public health, international leadership and exports. In light of these changes – and as part of its broader study entitled The Future of Canada’s Oil and Gas, Mining and Nuclear Sectors: Innovation, Sustainable Solutions and Economic Opportunities – the Standing Committee on Natural Resources (“the Committee”) invited a wide range of experts from government, industry and civil society in order to investigatethe overall state of the Canadian nuclear industry. In this report, the Committee’s findings are organized according to four themes: 1) considerations regarding the governance, safety and waste management of nuclear material and/or facilities in Canada; 2) the state of the nuclear energy industry in Canada and abroad; 3) the future of Canadian nuclear R&D; and 4) recommendations to the Government of Canada. The Committee is pleased to present its report, which concludes its study on the nuclear sector"--Introd., p. 1.
69207|2gccst|aNuclear energy
69207|2gccst|aEconomic trends
69207|2gccst|aGovernment policy
7001 |aMaloney, James Victor.
77508|tLe secteur nucléaire à la croisée des chemins |w(CaOODSP)9.838057
830#0|aReport of the Standing Committee on Natural Resources ;|v5th report, 42nd Parliament, 1st session|w(CaOODSP)9.507014
85640|qPDF|s1.11 MB|uhttp://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2017/parl/xc49-1/XC49-1-1-421-5-eng.pdf