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Canadian provinces to collaborate on SMRs

2 december 2019

The Canadian provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario and Saskatchewan have agreed to collaborate on the development and deployment of small modular reactors in a Memorandum of Understanding signed yesterday in Toronto.

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