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Federal

As Canada’s nuclear regulator, the CNSC reviews the environmental protection measures put in place for every facility we regulate. The Environmental Protection Review report series offers a summary of CNSC staff’s technical assessment of how effectively licensees are protecting human health and the environment in the communities in which they are operating.

The purpose of the report is to share CNSC staff’s findings from the review of Cameco’s environmental protection measures for the Blind River Refinery. This includes any possible environmental releases as part of normal operations, and the risk of radiological or hazardous substances posed to the environment and human health.

Last Updated: Jan. 25, 2022
Date Published: Apr. 6, 2021
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Blind River Refinery, Environment, Health, Radiation
Federal

As Canada’s nuclear regulator, the CNSC reviews the environmental protection measures put in place for every facility we regulate. The environmental protection review report series offers a summary of CNSC staff’s technical assessment of how effectively licensees are protecting human health and the environment in the communities in which they are operating.

The purpose of the report is to share CNSC staff’s findings from the review of Cameco Corporation's environmental protection measures for the Cameco Fuel Manufacturing facility. This includes any possible environmental releases as part of normal operations, and the risk of radiological or hazardous substances posed to the environment and human health. "

Last Updated: Aug. 10, 2022
Date Published: Aug. 10, 2022
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Cameco Fuel Manufacturing, Environment, Health, Radiation
Federal

As Canada’s nuclear regulator, the CNSC reviews the environmental protection measures put in place for every facility we regulate. The Environmental Protection Review report series offers a summary of CNSC staff’s technical assessment of how effectively licensees are protecting human health and the environment in the communities in which they are operating.

The purpose of the report is to share CNSC staff’s findings from the review of SRBT's environmental protection measures. This includes any possible environmental releases as part of normal operations, and the risk of radiological or hazardous substances posed to the environment and human health.

Last Updated: Mar. 25, 2022
Date Published: Jan. 10, 2022
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  SRB Technologies (Canada) Inc., Pembroke, Tritium, Radiation
Federal

Nuclear licensees operate across Canada. This includes uranium mines and mills, uranium processing facilities, nuclear power plants, research reactors, particle accelerators, and nuclear substances processing facilities. All of these facilities are licensed by the CNSC and are subject to strict regulatory oversight to ensure the safety of the public and the environment.

Last Updated: Aug. 25, 2022
Date Published: Jan. 1, 2022
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: WMS FGDB/GDB ESRI REST
Keywords:  Uranium mines and mills; uranium processing facilities; research reactors; particle accelerators; nuclear substance processing facilities, Nuclear facilities, Environment, Nuclear power plants, Radioactive waste, Mining industry
Federal

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) implemented its Independent Environmental Monitoring Program (IEMP) to verify that the public and environment around CNSC-regulated nuclear facilities are not adversely affected by releases to the environment. This verification is achieved through independent sampling and analysis by the CNSC.

Last Updated: May 19, 2021
Date Published: Feb. 16, 2017
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: WMS MXD FGDB/GDB KMZ ESRI REST
Keywords:  Mining industry, Nuclear facilities, Hazardous materials, Environment, Nuclear power plants, Radioactive materials, Radioactive waste
Federal

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is publishing total annual releases of radionuclides released directly to the environment from nuclear facilities.

This update includes 2021 radionuclide loading data.

Last Updated: Aug. 29, 2022
Date Published: Nov. 8, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: CSV TXT
Keywords:  radionuclides, pollutant, pollution, emissions, environment, nuclear industry, nuclear power plants, uranium and nuclear substance processing facilities, uranium mines and mills
Federal

This dataset contains the total annual releases of radionuclides released directly to the environment through stack emissions of the nuclear power plants in Canada. This original radionuclide releases dataset of the nuclear power plants provides results for both stack emissions and direct discharge (i.e. releases to water). The dataset has been divided in two subsets for better discoverability.

Last Updated: Sep. 27, 2022
Date Published: Nov. 8, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: WMS CSV TXT ESRI REST
Keywords:  radionuclides; emissions; nuclear industry, Radioactivity, Pollutants, Pollution, Environment, Nuclear power plants
Federal

This dataset contains the total annual releases of radionuclides released directly to the environment through direct discharge (i.e. releases to water) of the nuclear power plants in Canada. This original radionuclide releases dataset of the nuclear power plants provides results for both stack emissions and direct discharge. The dataset has been divided in two subsets for better discoverability.

Last Updated: Aug. 25, 2022
Date Published: Nov. 8, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: WMS CSV TXT ESRI REST
Keywords:  radionuclides; emissions; nuclear industry, Radioactivity, Pollution, Pollutants, Environment, Nuclear power plants
Federal

On March 11, 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake triggered a severe nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. The accident culminated in significant releases of radioactive contaminants into the environment beginning March 12, 2011. The emissions were of significant domestic concern in Japan and resulted in low but measurable levels of radioactive contaminants world-wide. The damaged nuclear power reactors in Japan do not pose a health risk to residents of British Columbia or the rest of Canada.

Last Updated: Dec. 2, 2021
Date Published: May 18, 2017
Organization: Health Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  nuclear incidents, Fukushima, Great-East Japan Earthquake, releases of radioactive-contaminants, damaged nuclear-power reactors, health risk
Federal

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) is publishing total annual releases of radionuclides released directly to the environment from nuclear facilities.

Last Updated: Aug. 25, 2022
Date Published: Nov. 8, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats:
Keywords:  radionuclides; emissions; nuclear industry; uranium and nuclear substance processing facilities; uranium mines and mills, Radioactivity, Pollutants, Pollution, Environment, Nuclear power plants
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