Indigenous engagement

The CNSC is working to transform how it works with Indigenous peoples. Find information and resources for participation in the nuclear regulatory process.

Participant Funding Program

Learn about funding opportunities to support meaningful participation in regulatory activities

Webinars

Register for upcoming webinars on specific subjects and projects

Participate in a public Commission hearing

Learn how to participate in writing or by webcast, including templates and guides for intervenors

Indigenous consultation, engagement and reconciliation

Our commitment to engagement and reconciliation

Environmental assessment process and indigenous consultation

Participation opportunities under the environmental assessment process

Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) approach

Learn about the adaptive phased management approach to selecting a site for a deep geological repository

Policy statement: CNSC’s Commitment to Indigenous Consultation and Engagement

Read our policy statement as outlined in REGDOC 3.2.2

Indigenous Knowledge Policy Framework

Read about our approach to working with Indigenous knowledge

Arrangements with Indigenous communities

Information on terms of reference and arrangements with Indigenous groups

Related links

Features

Statement on Indigenous engagement and consultation

A call for continued commitment to enhanced consultation and engagement

CNSC formalizes its relationship with Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources

Clare Cattrysse, CNSC Director of Indigenous and Stakeholder Relations (left), and Mary Denechezhe, Ya’thi Néné Board Chair (right), signing the terms of reference for long-term engagement with Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources.

The agreement will enhance collaboration and address areas of mutual interest.

Commission proceedings

      

Archive of Commission proceedings

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