Canadian Manufacturing

Celebrating 20 years of Bruce Power

To mark its special anniversary, Bruce Power is donating $25,000 to different associations

May 11, 2021  by CM Staff

TIVERTON — On this day in 2001, Bruce Power became Canada’s first private nuclear operator. Today, the company celebrates two decades of providing Ontario residents and businesses with clean, reliable and affordable energy and life-saving isotopes.

“Today, we are taking the time to celebrate our accomplishments of the past 20 years,” said Mike Rencheck, Bruce Power’s President and CEO in a prepared statement. “Thanks to the investments being made into the Bruce Power site today we can also look to the future and realize a vital role in providing clean, reliable and affordable electricity to Ontario, lifesaving medical isotopes to the world, and the integral role we will continue to play in contributing to a net-zero Canada by 2050 while growing the economy and fostering innovation for decades to come.

“As a public private partnership, we owe our success to our employees, investors and partners, past and present, and to our surrounding communities, which have been so supportive,” Rencheck added. “Bruce Power and our employees are proud to support local causes and invest in the betterment of our communities to secure a brighter future.”

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To mark its special anniversary, Bruce Power is donating $25,000 each to Habitat for Humanity Grey Bruce, Canadian Mental Health Association Grey Bruce, and the Blyth Festival on behalf of its employees. The company donates more than $2 million annually to community charities and organizations.

“We owe our success to our employees and partners, past and present, and to our surrounding communities, which have been so supportive,” Rencheck added. “Bruce Power and our employees are proud to support local causes and invest in the betterment of our communities.”