chief executive officer Ahmed Marashde said: "Consumers don't only want to enjoy casual dining food inside the restaurants but also want to enjoy the same taste in the comfort of their homes, hence a lot of casual dining restaurants have started home delivery services.
Years of analysis followed, as AECL
sought help from the world's leading experts in this field.
has been conducting assessments and tests on a number of potential technical solutions in order to create tighter seal joints that meet operating standards.
David Keys, as scientific advisor to the president of AECL
, observed that a feasibility project involving Canadian power companies (notably the Ontario Hydro Electric Power Commission) had begun, and needed to be seen to be in the game:
CANDU reactors already supply 52 percent of the electricity in Ontario, and the federal and Ontario governments now face important policy decisions about the future of the nuclear industry and, more specifically, about the funding and organization of AECL
, including its laboratories at Chalk River, Ontario.
As part of the licence renewal, AECL
was required to complete a number of safety upgrades to bring the reactor up to international standards.
Members of AECL
(1994) have estimated a maximum of 2590 injuries and 12 deaths during 64 years of construction, operation, and decommissioning.
, the answer was branding--creating an effective umbrella under which to sell, not just a product, but the integrated intellectual capital of its business partners.
Ottawa policy makers worried that if AECL
opted for the U.
In recent years, former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien made promoting Canadian-made reactors, known as CANDUs, a priority on trade missions abroad, and the government subsidizes the industry directly, with more than $75 million a year given to AECL
Recently the company was awarded the Atomic Energy of Canada contract as the single-source supplier, including all MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) components that AECL
The Chinese government sent one of its spies -- posing as a correspondent for the People's Daily, China's Communist Party newspaper -- to Canada in the late 1960s to establish a variety of contacts, particularly with those involved with AECL
, according to the Globe and Mail.