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Search the summaries of completed Access to Information (ATI) requests to find information about ATI requests previously made to the Government of Canada. If you find a summary of interest, you can request a copy of the records at no cost. For additional information, please see the “About Access to Information Requests” webpage.

If you don’t find what you are looking for you can request additional government records under an institution’s control by contacting the institution’s Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator.

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Found 3 record(s)

Req # A-2018-00021

Information related to the explosion which occurred on 13 December 1950 at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratory in Chalk River.

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

10 page(s)
January 2019

Req # A-2017-00022

Copy of the Decommissioning Process Overview CW-508300-OV-146 and the Basis of Cost Estimate: CRL Decommissioning Liability 146-508810-REPT-036

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

144 page(s)
January 2018

Req # A-2017-00025

Copy of a Radiological Property File from Dorset Street in Port Hope.

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

220 page(s)
January 2018

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