The Society for the Preservation of Canada’s Nuclear Heritage
Preserving and Communicating Canada’s Nuclear Heritage
The Society for the Preservation of Canada’s Nuclear Heritage was founded in 2017 in Deep River, Ontario. The Society’s goal is the collection, safeguarding, and promotion of documents, artefacts, memorabilia, and knowledge associated with the history of the Canadian nuclear industry. We are now a non-profit charitable organization.
Canadian nuclear history began with Ernest Rutherford and his Nobel Prize winning work at McGill University in the early 1900s. The nuclear power industry, however, grew out of Canada’s efforts during the Second World War.
We receive interested members of the public by appointment at our current facility at 51 Poplar St., Deep River. We plan also eventually to host educational programs, workshops, and historical researchers.
Our Virtual Museum links are at the top of every page.
What Can I Do?
- Join the society
- Donate your time and materials
- Participate in fundraising activities
- Spread word of the society
Note: The first General Meeting of Members of the Society took place 19:00 Tuesday, 29th August 2017 in the W.B. Lewis Library – Program Room, 55 Ridge Road, Deep River Ontario. 22 Members were in attendance. There were two items on the agenda: Vote to Ratify the Articles of Incorporation and the First Constitution; Vote to Elect the First Board. Both Motions were passed unanimously.
Note: The second Annual General Meeting of Members of the Society took place 19:00 Wednesday, 10 October 2018 in the W.B. Lewis Library – Program Room, 55 Ridge Road, Deep River Ontario.