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Uranium in Drinking Water Document for Public Consultation

Aug 21, 2019 ... Consultation period ends December 29, 2017 Table of Contents Purpose of consultation Part I. Overview and Application 1.0 Proposed guideline 2.0 Executive summary 2.1 Health effects 2.2 Exposure 2.3 Analysis and treatment 3.0 Application of the guideline 3.1 Monitoring Part II. Science and Technical Considerations 4.0 Identity, use and sources in the environment 4.1

Research Reports - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

May 31, 2018 ... legislation, relevant regulations and reliable, evidence-based decision making. It is a mandate we will never compromise. To advance that knowledge, we carry out scientific research that ensures Canada’s nuclear safety standards and safeguards are as strong and effective as they can be. The Science of Safety research report is intended to share some of the key

NEB - Deck 2: Overview of the National Energy Board’s Current Structure, Role and Mandate

Aug 28, 2019 ... time limits for major project reviews (NEB: 15 months, GIC: 3 months). Environmental assessment responsibility consolidated with either the NEB, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. NEB’s enforcement and compliance tools enhanced (e.g. new administrative monetary penalties). Participation in NEB project

Beyond2020 publications

Jul 18, 2019 ... servants what the vision meant to them, what was needed to make the vision a reality and what they could do to help achieve the vision. 2016 BP2020 reports from other government departments Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Canada Border Services Agency Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Correctional Service of Canada Employment and Social Development Canada

Dr. Dean S. Haslip | Directory of scientists and professionals

Feb 11, 2019 ..., Queen's University, 1996 B.Sc. (Hons) Physics, McMaster University, 1994 Contact Contact Dr. Dean S. Haslip Research facility CANMET Energy Technology Centre (CETC) - Ottawa Expertise Energy›Energy technology Sciences›Physics›Nuclear physics Language English French

Scientific and technical information - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

May 31, 2018 ...Scientific and technical information The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) integrates the best available science with its decision making. The CNSC maintains research initiatives and programs to ensure it keeps abreast of new scientific information, develops its own knowledge base and shares its research findings with stakeholders and scientists

Energy science

May 30, 2019 ...Energy science The latest science on energy sources, energy efficiency and energy storage. Services and information Oil sands research Scientific research into oil sands and heavy oil processing. Oil sands monitoring The government's involvement in improving environmental monitoring in the oil sands region. Alternative fuels Research into alternative fuels

Interim Guidance: Indigenous Participation in Impact Assessment

Aug 27, 2019 ... Terms of Reference for the panel prior to the appointment of the panel. The maximum time line for an impact assessment by Review Panel is 600 days. For integrated panel reviews with lifecycle regulators (the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, the Canada Energy Regulator and the Offshore Boards), the timeline would be 300 days, but the Agency could lengthen

Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines Template for Designated Projects Subject to the Impact Assessment Act

Aug 21, 2019 .... Qualifications of individuals preparing the Impact Statement 3. Project Description 3.1 Project components 3.1.1 Common Project Components 3.1.2 Liquefied Natural Gas facilities 3.1.3 Mining 3.1.4 Onshore linear Infrastructures 3.1.5 Hydroelectric power generation 3.1.6 Nuclear facilities 3.1.7 Marine 3.2 Project activities 3.2.1 Site preparation and construction 3.2.2

Impact Assessment Cooperation Agreement Between Canada and British Columbia

Sep 3, 2019 ...Impact Assessment Cooperation Agreement Between Canada and British Columbia WHEREAS Canada and British Columbia have each established robust processes for the assessment of the impacts of certain types of projects; WHEREAS Canada and British Columbia are committed to promoting high-quality impact assessments that are informed by rigorous science

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