Environmental Assessment Triggers

Today I talked to Brent from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO). Using the same list of inclusions (scroll down to #42) to determine what triggers an Environmental Assessment, it seems as though DFO can't trigger an EA either. They are specifically concerned with "The harmful alteration, disruption or destruction of fish habitat" as it relates to intentional built projects and activities. Accidents are the responsibility of the agency who is performing an activity.

Next on the list (and probably last) is Transport Canada. They are responsible for the Transport of Dangerous Goods in Canada. On their Web site it says, "The Transport Dangerous Goods Directorate works closely with non-transport departments and agencies such as the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission." I've phoned them to ask if that means they completely abdicate responsibility or if they will also be part of the permit that is issued to Bruce Power. Just waiting to hear back. I assume they hand over responsibility to CNSC, but maybe it's a bit more complicated than that.

I'm still waiting to hear back from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission to find out about the concentration of contamination and the acceptable levels under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.

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