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New Jobs Coming To Clarington

More details are being released involving the news that Ontario Power Generation is moving its headquarters to Clarington. At a news conference yesterday, President Ken Hartwick said 2,000 jobs will be coming to the community. All of OPG’s non-station staff including corporate employees and engineers in Toronto, Niagara, and across Durham Region will be relocated to the new Clarington campus, which will be built next to the existing Darlington Energy Complex on Energy Dr. in Courtice. Design work on the new OPG headquarters has not yet been completed. Construction of the new campus is expected to begin sometime next year, and should be completed by 2024. OPG’s Darlington Nuclear Generating Station has been a major employer in Clarington since 1990.

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