Over the last decade, the number of cyclotrons in Canada has doubled. These machines are used in academic and healthcare centres for a variety of uses including radioisotope and radiotracer production, synthesis of radiopharmaceuticals and research.

In April 2016, the Fedoruk Centre undertook a survey of the current cyclotron landscape in Canada, based on the International Atomic Energy Agency's 2006 Directory of Cyclotrons and including contact information for each facility in order to encourage discussion and collaboration among the Canadian cyclotron community.

PDFs of the survey responses are provided below by province.