CISR - Canadian Institute for Synchrotron Radiation / ICRS - Institut Canadien du Rayonnement Synchrotron

Canadian Light Source (CLS)

(Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
This is the CLS home page, with many technical details, current construction photos, and information on tendering, employment and current staff.

Alberta Synchrotron Institute (ASI)

(Province of Alberta, Canada)
The ASI site explains the applications of synchrotron technology and provides links to related on-line research reports from around the world. It promotes the CLS to Alberta industry and to the Alberta research community, using easily accessible graphics, text and web resources.
This is a world-wide collaborative effort, bringing information from several lightsources to one convenient location

Canadian Synchrotron Radiation Facility (CSRF)

(at the SRC synchrotron in Stoughton, Wisconsin, USA)
The CSRF is the group of four SRC beamlines owned and managed by Canada for synchrotron radiation research in the UV, VUV and soft x-ray region. Some or all of these beamlines will be refurbished and moved to the CLS.

Pacific Northwest Consortium – Collaborative Access Team

This is a collaboration of Canadian and American institutions for the design, construction and operation of beamlines at the Advanced Photon Source (APS) near Chicago, Illinois, USA.

IBM-MIT-McGill Collaborative Access Team (IMM-CAT)
This is a collaboration between US and Canadian researchers for the operation of another beamline at the APS. This group conducts research on dynamics and X-ray scattering processes for the study of materials.