Medicine, Materials, Energy and Environment

Vision, Mission and Values

Vision

To place Saskatchewan among global leaders in nuclear research, development and training through investment in partnerships with academia and industry for maximum societal and economic benefit.

Mission

The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation meets the needs of the people of Saskatchewan and Canada by making investments in programs and projects, managing facilities, and facilitating long-lasting partnerships that will deliver positive impacts in nuclear science and technology.

Value Proposition

The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation enables Saskatchewan universities to place themselves among global leaders in nuclear research and training, creating conditions for the province to advance beyond the resource economy of uranium mining into the value added areas of nuclear innovation in medicine, materials research, power generation and environmental stewardship.

Guiding Values

  • Excellence: The Fedoruk Centre’s activities and investment decisions ensure the achievement of excellence in scientific innovation and community engagement.
  • Collaboration: The Fedoruk Centre’s activities and investments facilitate the creation of partnerships – in Saskatchewan, Canada and the world – among experts in academia, industry, governments and the public.
  • Accountability:  The Fedoruk Centre fosters a culture of responsibility and voluntary participation in its activities and investments, while demonstrating accountability to the people of Saskatchewan, Canada and the world.
  • Transparency: The Fedoruk Centre ensures an open and accessible environment in its decision-making and business processes.