MNO signs Engagement Plan with CNSC

MNO signs Engagement Plan with Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission


Front Row left to right: Moon River Métis Council President Tony Muscat, Great Lakes Métis Council President Peter Coture, Vice President and Chief Communications Officer Jason Cameron, Barrie South Simcoe Métis Council Acting Chairperson Roxanne Shank, Georgian Bay Métis Council President Greg Garratt. Back Row: Region 7 PCMNO Councillor David Dusome and MNO President Margaret Froh.


On December 17, 2019 the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) and the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) signed an Engagement Plan as part of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Terms of Reference. The Engagement Plans provides a forum through which the Georgian Bay Traditional Territory Consultation Committee can collaborate and address areas of interest and concern raised by the Committee regarding CNSC regulated facilities and activities within the Georgian Bay Traditional Territory.

CNSC Vice President and Chief Communications Officer Jason Cameron signed the Engagement Plan along with the PCMNO Councillor David Dusome, Great Lakes Métis Council President Peter Coture, Georgian Bay Métis Council President Greg Garratt, Moon River Métis Council President Tony Muscat, and Barrie South Simcoe Métis Council Acting Chairperson Representative Roxanne Shank. The event took place on December 17, 2019 at the Best Western Inn on the Bay in Owen Sound, Ontario.

Posted: February 14, 2020 

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