For over 40 years, we’ve conducted and collected studies on the possibility of nuclear power in Saskatchewan. Large-scale nuclear reactors wouldn’t be a good fit for Saskatchewan, as they’re much too large — this is why we’re looking at SMRs. Some designs are still emerging and won’t be available for at least a decade.
View the reports and studies we’ve conducted and collected over the years:
View the historical reports and studies we’ve conducted and collected over the years.
The Sylvia Fedoruk Centre at the University of Saskatchewan also has several publications about nuclear innovation in Saskatchewan.
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) outlines a variety of topics when it comes to nuclear power in Canada.