Summer 2018 - Damara and Kyla busy engaging the children from the community in a game of Giant monopoly.
NWMO Learn More Event-Transportation Exhibit July, 2014.
Tom Isaacs, Lead Advisor to American President, Barack Obama’s Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s nuclear future makes a presentation to ICNLC members on April 8th, 2014 Tom Isaacs holds degrees in Engineering and Applied Physics from Harvard University and Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He has recently returned to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory providing strategic advice on the fusion energy program after three years as a consulting professor at Stanford University’s Center for Security and International Cooperation. He is a current member of the U.S. National Academy of Science Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board.
The committee members are: (left to right) Wayne Hanchard, Township of Ignace Administrator/Treasurer; Roy Fuller, Herman Dost, Committee Members; Penny Lucas, Project Coordinator; Larry Fraser Councillor & Committee Chair; Lee Kennard, Mayor & Committee Member; Greg Gothard, Committee Member. Missing are: Temius Nate, Robert Parenteau.
Darlington Waste Management Facility Learn More visit of Feb. 26/13. Brayden Moore, High School Representative; Herman Dost, Committee Member; Darlington Staff; Temius Nate & Penny Lucas, Committee Members; Robert Berube, Ignace Volunteer Fire Chief; Dana Caines, Mary Berglund Community Health Centre Representative; & Ann Aikens, NWMO Staff
Darlington Waste Management Facility Learn More visit of Feb. 26/13 Darlington Staff; Brayden Moore, High School Representative; Ann Aikens, NWMO Staff; Herman Dost & Penny Lucas, Committee Members; Dana Caines, Mary Berglund Community Health Centre Representative; Darlington Staff; Temius Nate, Committee Member; Robert Berube, Ignace Volunteer Fire Chief; Tim Weber, NWMO Staff; Darlington Staff
Township of Ignace representatives visited Toronto to meet with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) to learn about Canada’s plan for the long-term management of used nuclear fuel. The ‘learn more’ opportunity, funded by the NWMO, included a detailed briefing by NWMO staff, and a tour of the Pickering Waste Management Facility at the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station. Photo: Standing in front of a dry storage container (DSC) are from left to right Alec Blyth, Section Manager, Used Fuel Geoscience and Peter Simmons, Director, Municipal & Community of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization, Councillors Al Graver and Larry Fraser, Mayor Lee Kennard, Councillor Chicki Pesola and Administrator/Treasurer Wayne Hanchard.