Public Commission Hearing Participation Request Form

If you need help completing this form or have any technical difficulties submitting this form, please contact the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Registry or email your submission to

Find out more about how to participate in a public Commission hearing.

Please note that submitting a request to intervene does not automatically grant intervenor status. Pursuant to rule 19 of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Rules of Procedure, the request to intervene needs to be accepted by the Commission.

Also pursuant to rule 19, if the Commission does accept the intervention, it will do so "in the manner and to the extent that the Commission considers will enable it to determine the matter before it in a fair, informal and expeditious manner". For example, an intervenor may request to present information orally, but the Commission will determine the form of intervention – in writing only, or both in writing and orally – that would best assist in its consideration of the matter, and in ensuring an efficient and fair process. For more information, see the Participate in a public Commission hearing Web page.

The Registry will confirm if the Commission has accepted an intervention and the accepted format.

Public hearing details

Please complete the form below about the public hearing in which you would like to participate. The information can be found in the notice of public hearing.

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Contact information of person requesting to intervene

*Title (required)

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How would you prefer to be contacted?

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Participation Details

*How would you prefer to present information (subject to the Commission's acceptance)? : (required)

*Language of choice (required)

If permitted to intervene orally, intervenors are generally given 10 minutes to speak before the Commission. Oral presentations should summarize key points made in the written submission, as per the Participate in a public Commission hearing Web page.

Have you received participant funding to present a submission to the Commission?

Optional - Representative's information

Please complete the following section only if you choose to be represented by legal counsel, an agent, or a representative from your organization at the hearing:

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Written Submission

*Submit your written submission in one of the following ways: (required)

Attach your written submission(s)
- Maximum combined file size 10MB
- Accepted formats: DOC, PDF, XLS, TXT, RTF, PPT, WPD, ZIP, GIF, JPG, TIFF


Additional Comments

Where did you hear about this opportunity to participate?

Evaluation of the Process for Public Meetings and Hearings held by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) Registry is seeking your input on the services it offers in the context of public hearings and meetings.

Privacy notice

Under the authority of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act, the intervention process is a public process. The personal information provided on the Public Commission Hearing Participation Request Form is collected under the authority of subsection 40(3) and section 44 of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act as well as subsection 18(1) and 19(4) of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Rules of Procedure for the purpose of assessing an individual’s participation in a CNSC public hearing.

Pursuant to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Rules of Procedure, the request to intervene must include a written submission of the comments to be presented to the Commission, as well as the name, address and telephone number of the requester. It should be noted that all submissions are available to the public upon request to the Registry. Personal information is essential for linking the submission to its author. If you wish to ensure the confidentiality of your personal information, please submit it on a separate page. Unless you specify otherwise, your name including your opinions and views may be disclosed publicly. Failure to provide this personal information may result in delays or the denial of your request for participation.

You have the right to the correction of, access to, and protection of, your personal information under the Privacy Act and to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada regarding the handling of your personal information.

Personal information collected on this form is described in the Participation in Commission Proceedings Personal Information Bank PPU 005 and can be accessed and assessed for accuracy. For more information visit Info Source.

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