We are pleased to inform you that the Government of Canada and its partners announced the official launch of Canada’s SMR Action Plan on Friday, December 18th, 2020, from 12:00-12:45 p.m. (EST).
Nuclear: A Progressive Industry
Proudly promoting the benefits of nuclear and radiation applications in Canada since 2004 and the key role women play in the industry.
WHY JOIN WiN CANADA?
Become part of a global network
WiN (Women in Nuclear) is a world wide association of women working professionally in various fields of nuclear energy and radiation applications. The association is free to join, yet rich with opportunity to develop and progress your career in the nuclear industry.
The benefits to society of nuclear and radiation applications.
Career development among our members through knowledge, experience exchange, networking, webinars and professional development opportunities.
Career interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), skilled trades and nuclear and radiation fields of application.
Meet industry peers through our events and conferences.
Professional development opportunities through our leadership and mentorship programs.
Gain recognition for your professional achievements.
Shift Manager, Bruce Power
Tracy is a Shift Manager at Bruce Power. In addition to this she serves on WiN Canada’s Board of Directors as Secretary, is a former Chapter Chair of WiN Bruce, and has given back to WiN by donating her time to be a speaker, and panelist at many WiN Canada events. She has been a WiN Canada/WiN Bruce member since 2004 and has yet to miss an annual conference.
What We Do
Educate. Support. Engage.
WiN Canada advocates for the use of nuclear and radiation technologies in Canada, empowers members to take on leadership roles in the industry, and encourages women and young people to pursue careers in the nuclear industry.
Beyond WiN Canada’s hugely popular annual conference, the association hosts numerous webinars, outreach events and receptions throughout the year.
WiN Canada offers many professional development and leadership opportunities, and motivates members to become more engaged in their workplaces and communities.
WiN Canada advocates for nuclear technologies in Canada and works to increase public support, particularly among women.
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