Canadian Nuclear Association

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Canadian Nuclear Association

The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) was founded in 1960. Its mission is to represent the nuclear industry in Canada.

Located in Ottawa, Ontario, the CNA comprises over 100 member companies and organizations from across Canada as well as internationally. These companies include operators of nuclear power plants, nuclear reactor designers, engineering firms, suppliers, academic institutions, labour unions, as well as various professional services with business in Canada's nuclear industry such as research consultantancies and law firms.

The CNA undertakes several advocacy tasks related to nuclear technology in Canada, such as participating in relevant regulatory and environmental affairs, public, government, and media relations, education, and also provides several business functions such as conferences and workshops.

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