Bruker microCT designed, produced and installed micro-CT end-station at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) in Saskatoon. The end-station contains precision 7-axis micro-CT scanner with 11Mp cooled CCD-camera optically coupled to high-resolution single crystal scintillator on the amorphous silicon window. The system supplied with a powerful multi-computer workstation for data acquisition, processing and archiving. The system can scan objects up to 6mm in diameter using an isotropic 750nm voxel size and can reconstruct virtual slices with up to 8000x8000 pixels using GPU-accelerated reconstruction. Data archiving can be done with an internal network-attached 10...30TB disk array and a massive tape library, which is also used for scheduled software back-up by a separate server. The system is equipped with full software package including scanner control and acquisition program, GPU/CPU reconstruction program, 2D / 3D image processing and analysis package and software for visualization by surface and volume 3D rendering.