GE Canada is the original provider of key tools and services for CANDU fuel channel installation and maintenance. Today, as GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada Inc. (GEH-C), we continue to be ready-to-serve on site wherever and whenever customers require quality, expertise, and attention to detail.

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Working for the community and all of Canada

At GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada (GEH-C), we make products that support thousands of jobs across the country. We’re proud of our long history in Toronto and Peterborough and our role in helping those communities grow. We’re also proud of our long safety record – because nothing is more important to us than the safety of our employees and neighbours.

We invite you to learn more about us here. And if there’s anything you can’t find, just click the Talk to us button on any page and we’ll get back to you promptly.

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Recent News

False Alarm at Toronto Facility

January 2016

On Friday, January 15, 2016 at approximately 10 a.m. a fire alarm was triggered at GEH-C’s Toronto plant as a result of the building’s elevator approaching its weight limit capacity. Toronto Fire Services responded to the alarm and verified to GEH-C environmental health and safety staff who were onsite that the incident was a false […]

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GEH-C in Ottawa for Annual Regulatory Review

October 2015

On Sept. 30, 2015, GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada (GEH-C) senior leadership members were in Ottawa for the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s (CNSC) annual performance review. The CNSC is Canada’s nuclear regulator. The Commission is made up of up to seven permanent and three temporary members and is supported by over 800 staff. Each year, the […]

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Community Update Newsletter

September 2015

In order to keep the community informed about activities at our sites, we have redesigned our community newsletter. The latest edition includes a preview of our Oct. 3 Toronto open house, an update on soil sampling and answers to some commonly asked questions. The newsletter may be viewed by clicking the following link:

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GEH-C employees spruce up the Arnprior Marina

June 2015

The Arnprior Marina has a bright new look thanks to volunteers from GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy Canada. Inside Ottawa Valley reports on the volunteer effort.

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Environmental Monitoring


What is radiation?

Radiation is energy in the form of waves or particles. Radiation doesn’t just come from nuclear energy. It’s all around us – and we’re exposed to both natural and man-made sources of radiation daily. Heat and light from the sun are examples of naturally occurring radiation. Microwaves, radio waves, and television signals are other common forms of everyday radiation.

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