What is nuclear fission, and why is it important? When was it discovered, and what is it used for today? Join the Canada Science and Technology Museum and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories to learn the science and history behind nuclear fission and energy.

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One of a “point-counterpoint” pair of videos providing arguments in favour of nuclear energy that suggests nuclear energy is the best current solution to address effects of greenhouse gases. This video is by by Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell.

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Learn about how new fusion technology could solve the world’s energy and emissions problems.

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Medicine Hat, Alberta has built the first concentrated solar thermal energy plant in Canada.

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This video explores the Fitzsimmons Creek run-of-river project. It's a 7.5 MW power plant that meets the annual demand of the Whistler Blackcomb resort.

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This CNSC video series explains the main safety systems of Canadian nuclear power plants. Part 4 presents the main systems involved to ensure radiation is contained, both during normal operation and in the unlikely event of an accident.

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This CNSC video series explains the main safety systems of Canadian nuclear power plants. Part 3 presents the main systems involved to ensure nuclear fuel is safely cooled, even under the worst possible accident scenario.

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This CNSC video series explains the main safety systems of Canadian nuclear power plants. Part 2 presents the main systems involved to ensure reactor shutdown and reactor control during normal operation.

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This CNSC video series explains the main safety systems of Canadian nuclear power plants. Part 1 explains how nuclear power plants produce electricity.

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