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Environment committee  Today, he has. Mr. Chair, I have a question also about the intermediate storage issue and the site that has been talked about near Chalk River. My Manitoba colleague also referenced this issue. It is near a river. Yesterday, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Terry DuguidLiberal

Environment committee   earlier, cannot translate into taking responsibility for any future reactors that are being considered. That I see as part of the effort to try to sell small modular reactors as a potential solution to climate change. I also, as you mentioned, don't think nuclear power can

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Dr. M. V. Ramana

Environment committee  Right, because we have two government departments, that always makes me uncomfortable: Do you go to NRCan or do you go to Environment and Climate Change? You have two bosses, and I've heard it said in the past that you don't have a boss....

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Lloyd LongfieldLiberal

Environment committee   quite different compared to CEAA 2012. We now have under the Impact Assessment Act a public interest decision that didn't exist under CEAA 2012. The Minister of Environment and Climate Change can either make a public interest decision or he can refer that decision to the Governor

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Steve Chapman

Environment committee   by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change. I was hoping the minister would be here to answer this question directly, but since he's not here, for my next questions I'll be asking about why the request for the regional assessment was turned down given—

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Laurel CollinsNDP

Environment committee  , that panel would produce a report for the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to make a decision on it. At the same time, that would also allow the Nuclear Safety Commission to use that same report to consider its licencing decisions.

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Steve Chapman

Environment committee   of Environment and Climate Change and produces advice based on the best science and evidence available.

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Steve Chapman

Environment committee   of Environment and Climate Change and is responsible for implementing the Impact Assessment Act. Impact assessments help project proponents, the public, indigenous groups and decision-makers understand the possible impacts of proposed projects before they are allowed to proceed. Assessments

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Steve Chapman

Environment committee  Perfect. If you could forward that, it would be great. Next, to NRCan, it's clear from previous witness testimony that SMRs are a major opportunity in addressing climate change. Is SMR waste disposal different from standard nuclear waste disposal? If so, will the government

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Dan MazierConservative

Environment committee  —including the two witnesses following us—such as Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Impact Assessment Agency, Health Canada, Transport Canada, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, as well as our provincial agencies in environment and labour. I want to emphasize that one

March 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Rumina Velshi

Environment committee   a framework for managing climate change. Mr. Carney himself said that there is not a pathway to net zero without nuclear. That's a personal view, but I'm sharing with you what others have said in that regard. I think it's a well-supported position. In January, the IEA—the International

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Fred Dermarkar

Environment committee  Mr. Chair, I think we have time for my last question. I mentioned to this committee that while I'm intrigued with small modular reactors, I remain agnostic about them and I believe that all technologies we use in combatting climate change have to compete on cost and on safety

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Terry DuguidLiberal

Environment committee  Our view at AECL is that nuclear is part of the solution to climate change, and there are three pathways to nuclear. One is the refurbishment that you see going on right now in Ontario, which will ensure that existing reactors continue to operate for a few decades more

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Fred Dermarkar

Environment committee   have to do to be able to advance the technology itself, in order to have that tool in the chest for climate change. So that's the need.

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Dr. Jeremy Whitlock

Environment committee  In my community, we live close to these facilities and, like I said, we're very comfortable. I wanted to ask you for a comment. Early on, I think Dr. Ramana was saying that to meet our climate change objectives not only here in Canada, but also globally, we have to have a mix

March 1st, 2022Committee meeting

Colin CarrieConservative