CNL lays out 10-year plan

by Terry Myers

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories has laid out a roadmap for the future of the Chalk River plant over the next 10 years. 

Last Wednesday, CNL released a 146-page document called a “10-Year Integrated Plan Summary.”

“This is an exciting step for CNL, and one which many across Canada’s scientific and nuclear community have been waiting for,” the company said in an announcement.

“This strategy outlines a vision for CNL over the next 10 years, which positions the organization as a global leader in nuclear science and technology; an organization that is commercially successful, respected for its scientific capabilities, and home to world-leading expertise based out of a modern, efficient and collaborative campus environment.”

“From my first day at CNL, I have faced questions – important and valid questions – about the direction the company is headed, about what our science programs will look like, about how the site will evolve, about our waste and environmental projects, and yes, about what our workforce will look like,” said Mark Lesinski, CNL president and CEO.

“We now have those answers.”

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