Archive for May, 2010

Layoffs at AECL ‘poorly timed:’ Union

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.’s decision to lay off about 50 employees is “poorly timed” and another setback for the future of Canada’s nuclear industry, union leaders say.

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Union questions AECL layoff of about 50 employees at Chalk River, Ont., facility

OTTAWA - The union that represents government scientists says Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. is laying off about 50 employees at its Chalk River facility in eastern Ontario.

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Layoffs at Chalk River nuclear facility

Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. will lay off about 50 employees at its Chalk River facility in eastern Ontario, according to the union that represents government scientists.

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Budget Plans by Paterson Now Focusing On Layoffs

Gov. David A. Paterson is crafting a plan that would lay off government workers starting Jan. 1, 2011, the expiration of a no-layoffs pledge.

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AECL Layoffs Compromise the Future of Canada’s Nuclear Industry

OTTAWA, ONTARIO–(Marketwire - May 31, 2010) - Layoffs announced earlier today at Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)’s Research & Technology Operations Division in Chalk River are poorly timed, compromise the future of Canada’s nuclear industry, and will have serious consequences on the availability of medical isotopes, according to the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada …

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Clark layoff notices a ‘prelude’

Thirteen Clark County government workers were told last week they will be laid off, the first in what is expected to be 100 or more layoffs in the weeks to come.

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