Nuclear energy policy is both relevant and important to Canada and to Canadians. The future development and commercialization of the CANDU technology, continued operation of CANDU reactors in New Brunswick, Quebec and especially Ontario and the eventual disposal of nuclear waste within this country are all issues of economic, political and environmental importance. As such, the audience for a book describing institutions, policies and market challenges of a Canadian nuclear energy policy should be broad and large. Policy makers, political scientists, economists and others should be interested in the issues and analysis.
Doern, G.B.; Dorman, A.; and Morrison, R.W.
"Canadian Nuclear Energy Policy,"
Energy Studies Review:
2, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.mcmaster.ca/esr/vol11/iss2/7