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Found 1490 record(s)

Req # A-2019-00072

2419619 Ontario Inc. purchase from Crestpoint Real Estate (YCC) Inc. Legally described as PT BLOCK 2, PLAN 65M2287, PART 13, 65R19645; T/W EASEMENT PT BLOCK 2, PLAN 65M2287, PART 14, 65R19645 AS IN LT405880; S/T EASE OVER PTS 4 & 5, 65R20194 AS IN LT1354248; TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT AS IN YR2954201; TOWN OF RICHMOND HILL, being all of PIN 03124-0189 (LT) 125 York Boulevard, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 3B4 (the "Property") Closing Date: As soon as possible Our File No.: 8574-178

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00037

Copies of all and any reports received by the Natural Resources Canada or Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission during the period extending from January 2009 to August 1, 2019, from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), concerning the operation of nuclear reactors in Canada. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The IAEA was created in 1957. It consists of Member States and invited non-Member States and organizations who have registered in accordance with IAEA rules. Canada has been a Member State since the IAEA's creation. It publishes Protocols and Safeguards Agreements for verification of the peaceful use of all nuclear materials in Members States. The IAEO also operates the Power Reactor Information System (PRIS) which is a database focusing on nuclear power plants worldwide. PRIS contains information on power reactors in operation, under construction, or being decommissioned. PRIS reports are available online.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00038

REQUEST. Provide access to any and all Station Blackout Reports (SBOs) in 2003 and emerging IRS Reports generated by the CNSC pertaining to the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station “A” (units I to 4) and the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station “B” (units 5 to 8). 2003 STATION BLACKOUT (SBO) AT NUCLEAR POWER PLANT. BACKGROUND. A station blackout is defined as a plant condition with complete loss of all AC power from the preferred offsite AC sources, from the main generator and from standby AC power sources important to safety to the essential and nonessential switchgear buses. DC power supplies and uninterruptible AC 34 power supplies may be available as long as batteries can supply the loads. Alternate AC power supplies are available. SBOs have traditionally been underreported but according to the IAEA, these are occurring at frequencies above that what traditionally would be considered as normal. There are several safety aspects associated with SBO events which may lead to the deterioration of key safety functions. An SBO event can lead to a severe accident if there are complications in the restoration of electrical power to plant buses within the coping time. The loss of grid is generally an initiating event and coincidental failure of onsite AC power supplies results in an SBO.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

312 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00061

This request is for documentation related to transportation packages for used nuclear reactor fuel (also referred to as spent fuel or irradiated fuel or high level radioactive wastes) including those referred to as “Used Fuel Transportation Packages" and owned or proposed by the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO). The request is for documentation of, and related to, safety or technical reviews and/or the certification process for used fuel transportation packages, and communications related to these reviews undertaken by the CNSC between the CNSC and the NWMO and between the CNSC and other regulatory bodies, such as the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S. NRC). The documentation requested is with respect to two certification processes: 1. The technical review and any other review(s) undertaken by the CNSC in relation to the certification by the CNSC of a transport package design. CDN/2052/B(U)-96 (Rev. 7), including but not limited to CNSC File 30-H1-118-0 dated July 29, 2013. 2. The technical review and any other review(s) undertaken by the CNSC in relation to the re-certification by the CNSC of a transport package design. CDN/2052/B(U)-96 as undertaken and/or having related to recertification of the transport package design in 2018.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

125 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00062

The request is for documentation of, and related to, safety or technical reviews and/or the certification process for transportation packages for used nuclear reactor fuel, cores or components (also referred to as spent fuel or irradiated fuel or high-level radioactive wastes) including pieces and fragments, and includes communications related to these reviews undertaken by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) between the CNSC and the NWMO and/or their agents, between the CNSC and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) and/or their agents, and between the CNSC and other regulatory bodies, such as the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S. NRC). The documentation requested is with respect to two certification processes: 1. The technical review and any other review(s) undertaken by the CNSC in relation to the certification of the transportation package used to transport the reactor core from the SLOWPOKE-2 Reactor from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to Savannah River, South Carolina in 2019. 2. The technical review and any other review(s) being undertaken or that has been undertaken by the CNSC in relation to the used fuel transportation package (UFTP) for the transport of spent fuel or irradiated fuel or high-level radioactive wastes or pieces or fragments thereof between the Whiteshell Nuclear Laboratory in Pinawa, Manitoba and the Chalk River Nuclear Laboratory in Chalk River, Ontario.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

620 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00073

2419619 Ontario Inc. purchase from Crestpoint Real Estate (YCC) Inc. Legally described in Schedule "A" attached hereto 115 York Boulevard, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 3B4 (the "Property") Closing Date: As soon as possible Our File No.: 8574-178

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00074

2419619 Ontario Inc. purchase from Crestpoint Real Estate (YCC) Inc. Legally described as PT BLOCK 2, PLAN 65M2287, PART 13, 65R19645; T/W EASEMENT PT BLOCK 2, PLAN 65M2287, PART 14, 65R19645 AS IN LT405880; S/T EASE OVER PTS 4 & 5, 65R20194 AS IN LT1354248; TOGETHER WITH AN EASEMENT AS IN YR2954201; TOWN OF RICHMOND HILL, being all of PIN 03124-0189 (LT) 135 York Boulevard, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 3B4 (the "Property") Closing Date: As soon as possible Our File No.: 8574-178

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00075

Chee Hung Ricky Tse, in trust for a corporation (the "Purchaser") PURCHASE from Andy Pawlikowski and Mary Pawlikowski (collectively, the "Vendor") of the lands and premises legally described as PT LT 24 CON 2 DARLINGTON PT 2, 10R200; CLARINGTON (being all of PIN 26609-0038 (LT)) and municipally known as 2409 Solina Road, Clarington, Ontario, L1C 3K7 (collectively, the "Property") Our File No.: 3900-627

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00077

Provide the CNSC’s management committee minutes for 2019.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

55 page(s)
January 2020

Req # A-2019-00078

Provide all correspondence related to the Nuclear Emergency Management Coordination Committee (NEMCC) in 2019. Please also provide the minutes of NEMCC meetings that may have taken place in 2019.

Organization: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

0 page(s)
January 2020

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