CNSC 101: An Information Session
Come find out how Canada's nuclear regulator ensures that nuclear activities and facilities are safe.
How are licensing decisions made?
How are nuclear workers, the environment and people living near nuclear facilities protected?
Who plays a role in safety?
Get answers to these questions and more.
|Location||Date of the Event||Time of the Event||Language of Instruction|
|Deep River, Ontario||December 3, 2013||2:30 p.m. – 5 p.m.||English|
|Ottawa, Ontario||February 26, 2014||9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.||English|
- Register today by email at email@example.com or call 1-800-668-5284.
Who may be interested in attending?
- Members of the public, Aboriginal and community groups
- Students and teachers in regulatory- and nuclear-related fields
- Local, municipal, provincial and federal governments
- Non-governmental and non-profit organizations
- CNSC licensees
- CNSC 101 Presentation (PDF) (Presentation last updated January 2013 and is subject to change.)
CNSC 101 Videos
- A series of videos of the CNSC 101 information session is available on CNSC's YouTube channel.
- The sessions are offered in one of the two official languages, depending on their location. Presentation material is provided in the language of instruction, however, bilingual material is available upon request. Attendees will be able to participate in the session in the official language of their choice.
- Attendance is limited and not necessarily on a "first-come, first-served" basis. There is no charge to attend, but costs associated with travel and accommodation, etc., will be your responsibility. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
- CNSC 101 is intended to provide a basic overview of the CNSC's history, structure and mandate, and is educational in nature. It is not a forum for public consultation or discussion of policy or technical and legal matters. The CNSC welcomes public input through many other channels, such as public hearings. For more information on public participation, visit "Get involved".