Canadian government votes to reopen nuclear reactor
Health Imaging News, December 18, 2007
The Canadian House of Commons has passed emergency legislation to reopen the Ontario nuclear reactor that produces the majority of the world's supply of medical isotopes. The site was shut down for safety maintenance, and the bill required all party support to override the advice of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and restart the 50-year-old reactor.
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