Can't see this email? Click Here.

Township of Huron - Kinloss
Point Clark - Ripley - Lucknow

www.huronkinloss.com

Huron-Kinloss Nuclear


NWMO Open House and Transportation Display

NWMO Transportation Display and Open House

Point Clark Community Centre

344 Lake Range Drve

Friday, August 14th 1:00p.m.- 9:00p.m.

Saturday, August 15th 9:00a.m.-1:00p.m.

Drop by and meet the NWMO staff, ask questions and learn more about Canada's plan for the long-term management of used nuclear fuel.



NWCAC Meeting Notice

Nuclear Waste Community Advisory Committee
Meeting Schedule Changes

 

The Township of Huron-Kinloss Nuclear Waste Community Advisory Committee
will meet
Tuesday, August 11 at 7:00 p.m. at the Point Clark Community Centre
344 Lake Range Drive, Point Clark ON
and
Tuesday, September 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers
21 Queen Street, Ripley, ON

This notice is pursuant to By-law 2012-20, Section 2 (2.15) and By-law 2013-43.

All meetings are open to the public.

For more information go to
www.huronkinloss.com/nwcac-agendas-and-minutes.cfm

Kelly Lush, Project Coordinator
Township of Huron-Kinloss



Canadian Nuclear Society 2015 Conference

Learning, networking and sharing on agenda for delegates at nuclear conference

More than 40 delegates from communities in the site selection process for Adaptive Phased Management (APM), First Nations and Métis communities, and surrounding areas recently attended a learning opportunity at a Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) conference in Saint John, New Brunswick.  Local representatives included Huron-Kinloss Mayor Mitch Twolan and Administrator Mary Rose Walden.
Designed as a forum for the exchange of views, ideas and information, the conference drew together a broad range of delegates, including community representatives, First Nation and Métis citizens, nuclear industry representatives, independent subject experts, elected government representatives and officials from Canada and other countries. 
Mayor Twolan offered his perspective on the conference. “The conference gave the Township of Huron-Kinloss the opportunity to meet and listen to industry professionals from around the world,” he said.  “We found the conference very informative and beneficial especially meeting all the other communities and First Nations involved in the Learn More Process.”
The NWMO participated in several events at the conference, and led two panel discussions, “International Development in Used Nuclear Fuel Repositories” and “Transportation of Used Nuclear Fuel”.  In keeping with the discussion on transportation, the NWMO had its Used Fuel Transportation Package (UFTP), accompanied by subject experts, for public viewing. 
Chris Hatton, the NWMO’s Director of Nuclear Design and Transportation received the Canadian Nuclear Society’s Innovative Achievement Award, at the conference, for his leading-edge work in developing an engineered barrier system for safely containing and isolating used CANDU fuel over the long term in a geological repository.

CNS Conference

Henry Jacques Neau, Secretary General of the World Nuclear Transport Institute, tours the NWMO’s Used Fuel Transportation Package exhibit at the recent CNS conference in New Brunswick. The package is designed and tested to ensure it will protect the public during normal operations and during accident conditions. It is made of a solid stainless steel box with walls nearly 30 centimetres thick and a lid attached by 32 bolts.
It can withstand severe impact, fire, and immersion in water.

 

Article and photo submitted by NWMO



NWCAC Meet and Greet

Meet the Nuclear Waste Community Advisory Committee

Members of the NWCAC will be attending the Lucknow Fall Fair to greet the public and to display information detailing the Adaptive Phased Management project.

The NWCAC members will be in Lucknow Friday, September 18th and Saturday, September 19th located inside the Lucknow Sports Complex.

For more information about the project visit www.huronkinloss.com or www.nwmo.ca 

Huron Kinloss Learn More Centre



NWCAC Mandate

The Township of Huron-Kinloss' Role in the Adaptive Phased Management Process

1. To engage, educate and listen to the community of Huron-Kinloss regarding the NWMO’s Site Selection Process.

2. To gather technical and social research and information related to the NWMO’s Site Selection Process.

3. To provide advice to Council regarding the NWMO’s Site Selection Process and Adaptive Phased Management.

4. Members shall:  a. be a positive catalyst for the community as it applies to learning more about the Deep Geological Repository in Huron-Kinloss; b. act as one body and speak as one body; c. work with NWMO representatives to make recommendations for preparation for a clear plan of action; d. interact with other associations and interest groups; e. identify, discuss and explore issues relating to the establishment of along term nuclear waste storage facility and   make recommendations to Council based on findings; and f. assist with hiring of the consultant for the third party review process.

• NWCAC meetings are held the 1st Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted.

• All meetings are open to the public.

• Meetings are held at 7:00p.m. in the Township of Huron-Kinloss Council Chambers located at 21 Queen St, Ripley.

• Meeting agendas and minutes are posted on the Township website at www.huronkinloss.com



NWCAC 2015 Meeting Schedule

Nuclear Waste Community Advisory Committee Meetings

The Nuclear Waste Community Advisory Committee meets on the first Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted.

All meetings are open to the public.

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 

Tuesday, October 6th, 2015

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015




2018Township of Huron-Kinloss
21 Queen Street, PO Box 130
Ripley, Ontario N0G 2R0
519-395-3735
info@huronkinloss.com

Unsubscribe

Like us on Facebook