Source: Natural Resources Canada
Description: Figure 1 shows Canada’s nuclear plants as well as its uranium mines, mills, and processing facilities. All uranium mines and millsDefinition* are in Northern Saskatchewan, while uranium refiningDefinition*, uranium conversionDefinition* and CANDU fuel fabrication facilitiesDefinition* are in Ontario. Ontario also has three nuclear plants and 18 CANDU reactors, with a net capacity of 12 894 MW as of 2020. New Brunswick has a single nuclear plant, with one CANDU reactor and a net capacity of 660 MW as of 2020.