Nordion operates around the world. Each of our locations offers unique natural backdrops in vibrant cities, giving our employees access to a variety of recreational and cultural activities.

Ottawa, ON, Canada

The Nordion head office is located in Ottawa, ON, Canada, and houses the main manufacturing facilities for medical isotopes, used in medical imaging and radiopharmaceuticals, and for Cobalt-60 sources and industrial production irradiators.

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447 March Rd.
Ottawa, ON, Canada
K2K 1X8
Nordion’s Ottawa location sits on a sprawling 60-acre campus in the city’s west end, surrounded by lush green space, scenic trails, creeks and ponds. The site features an onsite fitness facility (with exercise equipment, instructor-led classes and shower facilities), an outdoor volleyball court and soccer field, employee lounge, healthy-choice cafeterias, an outdoor patio/ barbeque, free parking and nearby public transit.
The campus is located within a short drive of shopping malls, recreational facilities, schools, housing developments and hockey arena.

Life in Ottawa

The fourth largest metropolitan area in Canada, with a population of over 1 million (2011 census), Ottawa boasts all of the qualities of a major urban centre with refreshingly few of the downfalls.
In 2016, Ottawa was voted Canada’s Best Place to Live for the third consecutive year. The city is compact and easy to get around by car, public transit, or via its extensive network of bicycle paths. In the winter, residents can enjoy the five-kilometer ice surface of the Rideau Canal—the world’s largest outdoor skating rink. Temperatures vary greatly from the low 30 degrees Celsius in the summer to below zero in winter. Autumn and spring bring moderate temperatures around 16 to 20 degrees.
Ottawa is filled with parks and recreational facilities. It is located on the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers, and near the Gatineau Hills, favored by residents for hiking and skiing. As a capital city and a cosmopolitan centre bordering Ontario and Quebec, Ottawa boasts an ethnically diverse and bilingual population. With 29 museums, 50 galleries and theatres, vibrant nightlife, fine dining, professional sports teams and various festivals and cultural activities, Ottawa has a little something for everyone.

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Laval, QC, Canada

The Nordion Gamma Centre of Excellence (GCE) is a world-class applied research and specialty gamma processing facility located in Laval, QC, Canada.

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535 Cartier Boulevard Ouest
Laval, QC, Canada
H7V 3S8
A beacon of innovation, the Gamma Centre of Excellence (GCE) is conveniently located on the campus of the Institut Armand Frappier, in the City of Laval, just outside Montréal, Québec. GCE is a world class applied research and specialty gamma processing facility with a focus on sterilization sciences.

Life in Laval and the Montréal Area

Laval is the largest suburb of Montréal, Québec—Canada’s second largest city (2011 census), and a vibrant center of commerce, industry and culture.
French-speaking Montréal is internationally-renowned for its rich culture, fine arts, stunning architecture, world-class festivals, glittering nightlife and more. With more than 80 ethnic communities, the Montréal area is often referred to as Canada’s cultural capital, and boasts an outstanding reputation worldwide for gourmet dining.
Consistently rated as one of the world’s most livable cities, the Montréal area offers a unique blend of historical charm and modern flair. From the narrow streets of Vieux-Montréal to the bustling shops on Sainte-Catherine Street, it can take a lifetime to see and do all that Montréal and its surrounding areas have to offer.

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South Oxfordshire, England

Nordion UK (registered as REVISS Services (UK) Ltd) is based on a large innovation and business park in South Oxfordshire. Home to more than 250 organisations and some 9,000 workers, the business park has a variety of shops and restaurants and excellent road transportation links and a railway link direct to London.

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179 Brook Drive
South Oxfordshire, England
OX14 4SD

Life in South Oxfordshire

The historic and beautiful Oxford is the nearest city, and offers a range of cultural attractions. These include the famous University Colleges, the renowned Ashmolean Museum, the global Pitt Rivers Museum, galleries, book shops, theatres, boutique and individual shops—even some of the oldest pubs in the UK, which date back to the 13th century.
In the summertime, punting on the river Cherwell, which winds its way through the city, is a popular pastime for visitors and students alike, typically followed by a picnic washed down with a Pimm’s or two.
Riding an open-top double-decker bus to appreciate the layout of the city and location of the key attractions is a must-do.
The nearby countryside is majestic. There is the beautiful Cotswolds with its myriad of unspoilt quintessential English villages. There is the world-recognized River Thames sporting many rowing clubs practising for the annual boat race. There are art and music festivals. Plus, there is Britain’s oldest road, the ancient 90-mile Ridgeway track that starts at the world Heritage Site of Avebury and ends near Beacon Hill, which passes close to many archaeological treasures, nature reserves and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

South Oxfordshire Links

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