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        More about MCR

        Preparing for MCR

        Bruce Power has built facilities on site and in the community to prepare for the MCR Project. Located in Kincardine, the 129,000-square-foot MCR Training Facility is home to approximately 330 office workers and 150 tradespeople. The building includes a two-storey, modern office space as well as a shop area with welding booths and training mock-ups that replicate the environment inside Bruce Power’s reactor vault. This is company’s largest off-site facility constructed to support MCR. On the Bruce Power site, more than 250,000 square feet of buildings have been constructed since 2016.

        Local/Economic Impact

        Approximately 60 supplier partners have also opened offices or manufacturing facilities in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties since 2016 and the majority of these organizations play a role in the MCR Project. Some of the major project partners include Shoreline Power Group which now has an facility in Kincardine, Nuvia with its place in Tiverton, and SNC-Lavalin has opened an office in Port Elgin. Bruce Power and the County of Bruce are working to transform the area into a nuclear energy-inspired economic hub and sustain the company as a world leader in the nuclear sector.

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