Indigenous and Stakeholder Capacity Fund
The CNSC’s Indigenous and Stakeholder Capacity Fund will help Indigenous Nations and communities, as well as stakeholders, gain the capacity necessary to engage in the CNSC’s regulatory processes prior to and throughout the lifecycle of nuclear facilities and activities in Canada in a variety of ways.
The purpose of the Indigenous and Stakeholder Capacity Fund is to:
- develop and support organizational capacity of Indigenous Nations and communities and public stakeholders to participate in and contribute to the CNSC’s regulatory processes, programs, policies and initiatives more meaningfully
- support building relationships and trust with the CNSC through collaboration with Indigenous Nations and communities and public stakeholders
The Indigenous and Stakeholder Capacity Fund has approved funding for 5 years (currently ending in fiscal year 2027–28) and includes 3 funding streams.
|Name of project||Maximum amount||Application deadline|
|Stream 2: Regulatory Policy Dialogue funding opportunity (REGDOC-2.10.1, Nuclear Emergency Preparedness and Response)||
||October 2, 2023|
|Stream 2: Regulatory Policy Dialogue funding opportunity (C-21 / Nuclear Safety and Control Act)||
||November 6, 2023|
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