Take A Drone Tour Of Canada’s Largest Nuclear Site [Video]

The Great White Nuclear North

Covering over three and a half square miles, Bruce nuclear generation facility on the Eastern shore of Lake Huron houses eight nuclear reactors. It’s also home to a Canadian temporary nuclear waste storage facility containing over 50,000 tons of waste. Filmed from overhead by drone, it’s a sprawling expanse of snow, ice, and nondescript buildings. A serene mundanity, almost.

Watch the drone-filmed video below:


[via The Globe And Mail]

Kelsey D. Atherton
Kelsey D. Atherton

is a defense technology journalist based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His work on drones, lethal AI, and nuclear weapons has appeared in Slate, The New York Times, Foreign Policy, and elsewhere.