Arrangements with Indigenous Nations and Communities

June 2022 – Terms of reference for long-term engagement with the Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources (YNLR)

Clare Cattrysse, CNSC Director of Indigenous and Stakeholder Relations (left), and Mary Denechezhe, Ya’thi Néné Board Chair (right), signing the terms of reference for long-term engagement with Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources.

The Ya’thi Néné Lands and Resources (YNLR) and the CNSC signed terms of reference for long-term engagement, providing a structured forum for ongoing respectful, open dialogue, engagement and collaboration regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities of interest to the seven Athabasca Basin communities represented by the YNLR.

YNLR Chair of the Board Mary Denechezhe and Clare Cattrysse, Director of the CNSC’s Indigenous and Stakeholder Relations Division, signed the agreement virtually in June 2022.

March 2022 – Terms of reference for long-term engagement with the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation

The agreement provides a forum of collaboration to address areas of interest regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities within the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation traditional and treaty territories.

February 2021 – Terms of Reference for Long-Term Engagement With the Curve Lake First Nation

The agreement provides a forum of collaboration to address areas of interest regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities within the Curve Lake First Nation’s traditional territory.

December 2019 – Terms of Reference for Long-Term Engagement With the Métis Nation of Ontario

The agreement provides a forum of collaboration to address areas of interest regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities within the Métis Nation of Ontario’s regions and traditional territories.

May 2019 – Terms of Reference for Long-Term Engagement With the Saugeen Ojibway Nation

The agreement provides a forum of collaboration to address areas of interest regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities within the Saugeen Ojibway Nation’s traditional territory.

May 2019 – Terms of Reference for Long-Term Engagement With the Historic Saugeen Métis

The agreement provides a forum of collaboration to address areas of interest regarding CNSC-regulated facilities and activities within the Historic Saugeen Métis’ traditional territory.

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