CNSC updates on the Invasion of Ukraine by Russia
We’re actively monitoring the events in Ukraine and are working closely with our federal and international counterparts to offer expertise and assistance.
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August 12, 2022
The CNSC, in cooperation with Health Canada’s Radiation Protection Bureau, continues to closely monitor the ongoing situation in Ukraine. We want to reassure Canadians that there is no immediate radiological threat to the areas surrounding the nuclear power plants in Ukraine, to neighbouring countries or to Canadians.
We continue to work with our Canadian counterparts and members of the International Nuclear Regulators’ Association to gather information and to coordinate the assistance provided to both the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Ukrainian nuclear regulator.
The IAEA remains the most trusted and credible source of information on nuclear safety in Ukraine, and it continues to monitor and provide regular updates on the status of the country’s nuclear facilities. Follow the IAEA’s accounts on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook.
- Canada’s response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine
- Canada to match up to $10 million in donations from Canadians in response to humanitarian crisis in Ukraine
- Statement of the G7 Foreign Ministers in support of the IAEA´s efforts to promote Nuclear Safety and Security at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine - Federal Foreign Office
- International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
- INRA Offer of Regulatory and Technical Support
- WENRA on the situation in Ukraine
- March 4, 2022 – President Velshi speaks to CP24 about the situation in Ukraine and our role
- March 4, 2022 – President Velshi explains to CBC News about how we are monitoring the ongoing situation in Ukraine
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