While the proposed project does not formally trigger an Impact Assessment (IA) under the Canada Impact Assessment Act, 2019, there will be close coordination required between the province and the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC), Canada’s life cycle nuclear regulator, to ensure that the EA includes components that will support the environmental aspects of CNSC licensing. Fission is currently working with CNSC to explore the most appropriate time for submission of an Initial License Application.
Ross McElroy, President and CEO for Fission, commented, "Fission is very pleased to be commencing the EA process, and we will be working closely with all rights holders and stakeholders as well as the government regulatory bodies as we advance towards this important milestone for our PLS project. As a result of nearly ten years of detailed environmental data collection and analysis, initial engineering studies, together with respectful, honest engagement with our local communities, […]
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