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The CNSC offers funding opportunities, through its Participant Funding Program, for those who wish to participate in its regulatory process. Funding opportunities are currently available for the review of Nordion’s licence renewal for its radioisotope processing facility in Kanata, Ontario.

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Public Hearing for Bruce A and B relicensing

The CNSC encourages the public to participate.

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New: Nuclear in your neighbourhood

Check out our latest module and video to discover how the CNSC makes sure that nuclear activities, and the facilities where they take place, are safe for Canadians and the environment.

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CNSC 101: Meet the people who keep Canada's nuclear industry safe

Register now for CNSC 101 in Kincardine, Ontario on March 3

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Public hearing for the Kiggavik project runs March 3–14

The Nunavut Impact Review Board is holding a public hearing in Baker Lake to review AREVA’s submission for the Kiggavik uranium mine project. CNSC staff are speaking on the regulation of uranium mines and mills.

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Latest News

March 5, 2015
  • CNSC’s Senior General Counsel summarizes the nuclear legal developments of 2014
  • Creighton, Saskatchewan, and Schreiber, Ontario are no longer in the Nuclear Waste Management Organization site-selection process.
March 4, 2015
  • Read Cameco’s update
  • Discussion paper DIS-15-01 is open for consultation until July 2, 2015
March 2, 2015
  • Licensee required to cease radioisotope processing and radiolabelled tracer production
  • Provide feedback on comments received for draft regulatory document REGDOC-3.2.2, Aboriginal Engagement
February 27, 2015
  • The legislation enshrines the “polluter pays” principle into law
  • “CNSC 101: Meet the regulator” will be held in Kincardine, Ontario on March 3.

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