Let’s Talk Nuclear Safety is the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s online public consultation platform. Your feedback is an important part of our process for regulating the nuclear industry in Canada. That’s why we post proposed changes to our regulatory framework tools to the platform for public consultation with host communities, licensees, interested organizations and anyone else who would like to take part.

Oui, toutes nos consultations publiques se déroulent dans les deux langues officielles du Canada. Veuillez visiter parlonssuretenucleaire.ca pour voir les consultations en français.

Depending on the nature of the consultation, they are usually open for 30, 60 or 120 days. The open and close dates are always clearly indicated for each consultation, and you can be reminded of upcoming deadlines by signing up for our mailing list.

To provide your feedback, register and sign in here. Then, click on the image corresponding to the topic of interest.

No, you don’t need to register to view the public consultations. All documents and comments can be viewed without an account. However, if you would like to add your own comments, you will have to register.

Yes, you will have to use your real name and provide a valid email address when you register to comment.

Yes, all public consultations are moderated to ensure that comments adhere to our forum etiquette and moderation policy.

Yes, after a short delay for moderation, we make public all comments, including names and affiliations. We post these comments in the official language in which they were received.

If you have a question about the public consultations on this site, send us an email at [email protected]. If you have a question about another topic, you can contact our general info line on our web page.

Yes, you can comment on any regulation or regulatory document. However, comments on regulations or regulatory documents that are not currently under review will be considered only when the item in question comes under review.

Our process for updating regulations is explained on our website.

For specific information on our approach to Indigenous consultation and engagement as part of our regulatory processes and activities, please see: Indigenous consultation, engagement and reconciliation.