History of participant funding offered for the Gunnar Remediation Project phase 2 license hold point


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Participant funding offering for the Gunnar Remediation Project phase 2 licence hold point

  • August 12, 2015: Participant Funding Program decision report for the Gunnar Remediation Project phase 2 licence hold point (PDF)

    June 19, 2015: Participant funding submission period closed

  • Download the participant funding application form

  • Submit the application form by:

    • Email: pfp@cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca

    • Mail: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
      c/o: Participant Funding Program administrator
      P.O. Box 1046, Station B
      280 Slater St.
      Ottawa, ON K1P 5S9

    • Fax: 613-995-5086
  • For more information, please contact the Participant Funding Program administrator at 1-800-668-5284 or 1-613-947-6382

Participant funding notice: Gunnar Remediation Project phase 2 licence hold point

May 5, 2015

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is offering participant funding to assist members of the public, Aboriginal groups and other stakeholders in reviewing SRC’s detailed remediation option plans and submitting comments to the Commission.

Following a public hearing in November 2014, the Commission granted the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) a 10-year licence. The Commission must approve SRC’s detailed remediation option plans prior to releasing the hold point, allowing SRC to carry out remedial activities as part of phase 2 of the remediation project.

Participant funding up to $20,000 is being offered for the provision of new, distinctive and valuable information, through informed and topic-specific written interventions.

To apply for participant funding, interested parties must fill out and return the Participant Funding Application Form. Certain terms and conditions apply.

The deadline to submit a participant funding application is Tuesday June 19, 2015. Please note that late or incomplete funding applications will not be considered.

A funding review committee, independent of the CNSC, will consider all applications for funding and make recommendations on the allocation of funds.

The CNSC regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect health, safety, security and the environment, and to implement Canada’s international commitments on the peaceful use of nuclear energy; and to disseminate objective scientific, technical and regulatory information to the public.

Visit the CNSC website to learn more about the PFP and about how to participate in a public Commission hearing. For questions about this specific funding opportunity, contact the PFP administrator.

Media inquiries should be directed to 613-943-7429 or cnsc.mediarelations-relationsmedias.ccsn@canada.ca.

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