Recent CNIC News
CNIC and Bangor University partner to export Canadian isotope sector expertise following digital trade mission
TORONTO – March 30, 2021 – Following a market study completed in March 2020, the Welsh government worked with the Organization of Canadian Nuclear Industries, the Canadian Nuclear Association, and...
CPDC Announces First Patient Dosed in a Phase 3 Clinical Trial of a Prostate Cancer Diagnostic Imaging Product, [18F]PSMA-1007
Hamilton, Ontario, February 24, 2021 - The Centre for Probe Development and Commercialization (CPDC), a global leader in the development, production and commercialization of radiopharmaceuticals, is...
Ensuring a reliable supply of medical isotopes for patients at the heart of new partnership TORONTO – February 9, 2021 – Pacer Air Freight, an independent freight forwarder and leader in delivering...
Alithya Joins Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council To Accelerate Progress In Medical Isotope Innovation And Automation
TORONTO, January 19 2021 – Alithya Group inc. (TSX: ALYA) (NASDAQ: ALYA) ("Alithya"), a leader in strategy and digital transformation, and a trusted supplier to the nuclear industry for more than 30...
New study will strengthen opportunities for Canadian companies to expand their services and ensure the continued delivery of a reliable supply of life-saving medical isotopes. (TORONTO – December...
TAM International LP joins Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council to help address logistical issues in Canadian isotope supply chain
Global leader in finding end-to-end solutions for transportation of radioactive materials becomes latest member of coalition of science, health care and nuclear sector advocating for life-saving...
New joint report with International Irradiation Association details the uses and applications of radiation processing around the world
(TORONTO – November 26, 2020) – The Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC), in partnership with the International Irradiation Association (IIA), has released a new report highlighting the economic,...
CNIC Brings in Bucephalus Consulting to Assist in Expansion of Isotope Thought Leadership and Advocacy
TORONTO – November 13, 2020 – Bucephalus Consulting, a thought leader in the world of nuclear power and an emerging thought leader on isotopes, has agreed to join the Canadian Nuclear Isotope...
TORONTO – October 23, 2020 – Nuclear Science Week (NSW), which takes place October 19-23 this year, invites people from around the globe to “Get to Know Nuclear” and participate in a celebration...
CNIC members OPG and BWXT announce significant progress towards producing life-saving isotope at Darlington
TORONTO – October 19, 2020 – Last week the strength of Canadian companies in the medical isotopes sector took another leap forward as Ontario Power Generation (OPG), its subsidiary Laurentis Energy...
Isotopia Molecular Imaging and CPDC are pleased to announce that they have entered into an agreement for the production and distribution of no-carrier-added Lutetium-177 (n.c.a. Lu-177), a critical...
McMaster University to spearhead collaborative project on building a resilient Canadian medical isotope supply chain
McMaster University to partner with CNIC and NII on major supply chain report
All across Canada, provincial leaders in the Health, Energy, Natural Resources and Research and Innovation portfolios are receiving an information package today from the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC) as it continues to push for a Pan-Canadian Strategy on isotopes.
On behalf of the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC), we would like to provide this submission to the Standing Committee on Finance & Economic Affairs regarding the government’s consultation on Bill 188, the Economic and Fiscal Update.
Building a resilient Canadian isotope supply chain critical for patients at home and around the world
The Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) and Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC) have partnered on an innovative study to identify challenges and evaluate potential technology, logistical, regulatory and policy solutions in Canada’s medical isotope supply chain.
Stevcon Packaging & Logistics LTD. join the CNIC on its mission to ensure a continuous and reliable supply of medical isotopes
Stevcon Packaging & Logistics LTD (SP&L) located in Owen Sounds and a leading designer and producer of packaging to Tier 1, 2 and 3 suppliers for both domestic and global nuclear projects is now part of the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council (CNIC).
ABK Biomedical, which is developing a transformative Eye90 microspheres® technology, with the potential to provide in-procedure prognostic dosimetry for cutting-edge treatment of liver tumours – has partnered with the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council.
The organizations share a commitment to promoting public awareness about the positive use and benefits of medical/industrial isotopes and radiation technologies, working with government stakeholders to ensure that the public policy landscape promotes innovation, and supports the increase of medical and industrial isotope uses.
Lakeside Process Controls is joining forces with a coalition of Canadian science, health care and nuclear organizations in an effort to ensure the country remains a world leader in the production of life-saving nuclear isotopes.
E.S. Fox Limited, a critical supplier to Ontario’s $26-billion refurbishment of the province’s two largest nuclear stations at Darlington and Bruce Power, has partnered with the Canadian Nuclear Isotope Council, an independent body made up of representatives from the Canadian health sector, nuclear industry and leading research groups to help ensure that patients around the world will continue to have access to the cancer care they need.
Canada has a unique position that is recognized globally: it is the world’s largest supplier of Cobalt-60 and Iodine-125; it hosts mostly all supply chain partners within its borders; it has a long tradition in supply chain collaboration; and it is renowned around the world for developing new applications.
Isotopes: Global Importance and Opportunities for Canada
This publication highlights the important of having a continuous and reliable supply of medical isotopes accessible to the rest of the world.
Introduction to CNIC
A glance at this independent organization and its role to advocate for Canada’s role in the production of the world’s supply of isotopes.
Did You Know?
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission licenses the use and production of over 250 radioisotopes in Canada. And more key facts. . . .