Canada Contributing Nuclear Weapons

By: Abdulrahman Metwaly

What Are Nuclear Weapons?

A Nuclear Weapon is a bomb or missile that uses Nuclear Energy to cause an explosion. Nuclear Weapons use uranium and plutonium to cause an atomic explosion

How Does It occur?

A Nuclear bomb occurs as a result of a High speed Nuclear Reaction

History of Nuclear weapons

The world's first Nuclear Weapon explosion was on July 16, 1945, in New Mexico, when the United States was testing there first nuclear Weapon. Three weeks later, On August 6, 1945, the United States dropped a nuclear weapon on the Japanese city of Hiroshima
Atomic Bomb Footage

Canada's Contribution in developing nuclear weapons

Canada had a major role in the developing of Nuclear Weapons as they helped out in the Extraction of Uranium and Plutonium, they also Supplied and refined Uranium for The USA


  • Extracting Uranium
  • Extracting Plutonium
  • Supplying The US with the necessary Supplies needed

The Manhattan Project

The Manhattan project was a research project that produced the first Nuclear Weapons during WWII. It was led by the USA with the support of the United Kingdom and Canada.

The Aftermath Of nuclear weapons in WWII

When the Atomic bomb first dropped on Hiroshima over 70,000 people died in a matter of second, this shows the effectiveness of a Nuclear Weapon but that was just the beginning. A couple of days after, Another Bomb was dropped on Nagasaki That killed over 40,000 instantly. The combined deaths were over 110,000 deaths. Reports after that said that this was the main reason to the end of WWII
Real Footage - Atomic Bomb- Hiroshima and Nagasaki