TIVERTON, Ont. - Bruce Power is making some progress in getting its nuclear units back on line at one of its generating stations near Tiverton in southwest Ontario.
The utility says Bruce A's Unit 3 is back in service after an $300 million overhaul that started last November.
The improvements are expected to extend the unit's life for up to 10 years.
Bruce suffered a setback last month when damage to some non-nuclear equipment forced a delay in bringing its Unit 2 reactor back to the provincial power grid.
Inspections determined that repairs were needed at an electrical generator on the non-nuclear side of the plant.
The power plant has two generating stations, Bruce A and Bruce B, each with four nuclear reactors.