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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 NB Power's environmental protection measures for the Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station. 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: Jan. 25, 2022
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station, 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

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

Briefing binder used by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, Daniel Therrien, as a witness before the Special Committee to Review BC’s Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) on June 22, 2021.

Last Updated: Oct. 22, 2021
Date Published: Oct. 20, 2021
Organization: Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Formats: HTML
Keywords:  briefing binder, special committee, BC PIPA
Federal

The accompanying dataset contains information about lost, stolen and found licensable sealed sources and radiation devices since 2008. Licensees have an obligation to report these occurrences. The dataset was generated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) from events reported to the CNSC by licensees and members of the public. The same information is used to produce the Reports on Lost or Stolen Sealed Sources and Radiation Devices that is published on the CNSC’s website.

Last Updated: Apr. 15, 2022
Date Published: Dec. 19, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  radioactive materials, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, CNSC, sealed sources, radiation devices, lost, stolen, found
Federal

The following tables contain data on administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) issued by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) as part of compliance actions, as permitted under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. In the current tables, which contains details on companies and individuals, data more than two years old is removed as per CNSC policy in conjunction with the annual update to the CSNC’s Regulatory actions Web page (https://www.cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca/eng/acts-and-regulations/regulatory-action/index.cfm). The historical dataset does not contain this identifying information, and serves to illustrate trends in penalties issued over the longer term.

Last Updated: Apr. 15, 2022
Date Published: Jan. 23, 2019
Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Formats: CSV
Keywords:  Administrative monetary penalty, AMP, enforcement, penalty, nuclear
Federal

This annual report on petitions informs Parliament and Canadians about the number, nature, and status of environmental petitions and the government’s responses received between 1 July 2019 and 30 June 2020.

Last Updated: Oct. 30, 2020
Date Published: Oct. 27, 2020
Organization: Office of the Auditor General of Canada
Formats: PDF HTML
Keywords:  Accountability, Citizen participation, Complaints, Environmental protection, Sustainable development, Climate change, Pollution, Fisheries, Textile industry
Federal

Ministerial staff are hired by ministers pursuant to section 128 of the Public Service Employment Act. Section 35.2 of the Act allows eligible former ministerial staff to apply to advertised internal appointment processes that are open to employees of the federal public service for a period of one year after they terminated their employment.

Persons formerly employed in certain excluded positions at the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary who have been hired after September 23, 2010, pursuant to section 4.1 of Office of the Governor General’s Secretary Employment Regulations may also participate in advertised internal appointment processes that are open to employees of the public service for a period of one year.

To be eligible, they must have worked as ministerial staff or at the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary for at least 3 consecutive years, and have ceased to be employed in that capacity.

Last Updated: Jun. 11, 2020
Date Published: Apr. 15, 2019
Organization: Public Service Commission of Canada
Formats: PDF CSV HTML
Keywords:  PSC, Public Service Commission, Former Minister’s Staff, Excluded Positions, Office of the Governor General’s Secretary, Mobility Provision, PSEA, Public Service Employment Act, Employment Regulations
Federal

The Canadian Environmental Sustainability Indicators (CESI) program provides data and information to track Canada's performance on key environmental sustainability issues. The Global trends in protected areas indicator reports on global terrestrial and marine area afforded protection for the conservation of nature. The indicator also shows a comparison of area protected among 10 selected countries. Global information on protected areas is collected, analyzed and made available by the World Database on Protected Areas.

Last Updated: Sep. 13, 2019
Date Published: Aug. 28, 2019
Organization: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Formats: HTML CSV
Keywords:  environmental indicators, nature, protected habitats, protected areas, terrestrial, marine, land, fresh water, global trends
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