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The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada Has Moved!

The Radiation Safety Institute Has Moved!

The Radiation Safety Institute Has Moved!

Your friends at the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada‘s Head Office and National Education Centre recently moved to new offices.

You can now find us at: 165 Avenue Road, Suite 300, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 3S4 Canada.

Our phone numbers, email addresses and website address will remain the same.Please update your records accordingly.

More strategically located to collaborate and grow

We are now strategically placed within minutes of world class medical innovation centres like MaRS Innovation and the University Heath Network, and on the door steps of the University of Toronto and Ryerson University.

In short, our new location will enable the team at our National Education Centre to more effectively draw upon our networks in academia, industry and government. This is the latest step in our multi-year business transformation efforts.

Hope to see you at our new offices and online soon.

National Education Centre – Toronto
165 Avenue Road, Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario M5R 3S4
Phone: 416-650-9090 Fax: 416-650-9920
1-800-263-5803
National Laboratories – Saskatoon
Innovation Place Research Park
102 – 110 Research Drive
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 3R3
Phone: 306-975-0566 Fax: 306-975-0494

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