The EA approval by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) was granted following a series of in-depth public consultations with local communities, stakeholders and Aboriginal groups.

Bruce Power is committed to being transparent and open, as demonstrated throughout the EA process. Eighteen open houses were held along with workshops for interested parties, as was a presentation to Joint Council of Saugeen Ojibway Nations.

EA newsletters were also mailed out to residents of Grey, Bruce and Huron counties.
Although the formal EA process related to this project concluded in July 2006, Bruce Power has remained committed to providing updates and transparent communications on the status of the project through a wide range of communications provided throughout our website, including community newsletters, town halls and many other interactive communications.

Bruce Power is also committed to providing public updates as we continue to progress with the EA follow-up program and this information is available through the EA Follow-up Program section. If you have any questions or would like to request a hard copy of these documents, contact John Peevers at 519-361-6583 john.peevers@brucepower.com or the Duty Media Officer 519-361-6161.