The original application was supported by an extensive awareness and engagement campaign to inform and solicit feedback from the public as well as Indigenous communities and organizations.
Once the CNSC has indicated the timing of a Commission hearing to consider CNL’s application, CNL will share CNSC information on how to participate in the licensing process.
CNL will continue to provide meaningful opportunities for Port Hope residents, key stakeholders and Indigenous communities and organizations to learn more and provide feedback on the proposed revision to the PHAI Cleanup Criteria. In keeping with public health precautions during the COVID-19 pandemic, participation may be online or by phone.
- Indigenous communications and engagement
- Updates at Municipality of Port Hope Committee of the Whole meetings
- Information sessions
- Presentations to community groups and the real estate community
- Advertising: newspaper, radio
- Social media – follow us Facebook and Twitter
Learn how you can participate in a CNSC licensing hearing
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Check back here often for more information and details as the process moves forward or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905.885.0291 to speak with one of our experts.
Learn more about the application to change the PHAI Cleanup Criteria