Ontario is prepared to respond to nuclear emergencies both provincially and internationally.
Ontario’s nuclear reactors are built with multiple safeguards making nuclear accidents unlikely. However, as we have seen with most recently, of Fukushima, some nuclear emergencies can occur. Lessons learned following these incidents will help strengthen nuclear safety and personal preparedness for all Ontarians.
While the probability of a serious accident at one of these facilities remains very low, anyone living or working within 10 km of a nuclear facility needs to learn what to do in the event of an incident.
- Map of Ontario Nuclear Facilities [PDF, 1.3 MB]
Am I At Risk?
What should I do if there is an emergency?
Detailed information on protective actions you may need to take during a nuclear incident and how your community is prepared:
Nuclear Implementing Plans
- The Provincial Nuclear Emergency Response Plan (PNERP) | PDF version [1.1 MB]
- Implementing Plan for Bruce Power | PDF version [1.3 MB]
- Implementing Plan for Chalk River Laboratories | PDF version [1.1 MB]
- Implementing Plan for the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station | PDF version [1.3 MB]
- Implementing Plan for Fermi 2 Nuclear Generating Station | PDF version [1.0 MB]
- Implementing Plan for the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station | PDF version [1.6 MB]
- Implementing Plan for a Transborder Nuclear Emergency | PDF version [1.6 MB]
- Implementing Plan for Other Radiological Emergencies | PDF version [1.2 MB]
- Radiation Health Response Plan (RHRP)