Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission Rules of Procedure (SOR/2000-211)

Regulations are current to 2014-08-05 and last amended on 2007-09-18. Previous Versions

PART 8HEARING WHERE PLACE NO LONGER CONTAMINATED

Notice of Public Hearing

  •  (1) Where the Commission intends, under subsection 46(4) of the Act, to conduct a public hearing to determine whether contamination by a radioactive nuclear substance at any place is no longer present, the Commission shall send a notice of public hearing, at least 60 days before the beginning of the hearing, to

    • (a) the owner and the occupant of the place;

    • (b) any person who has a right to, or interest in, the place, where the right or interest is set out in the registry of the land registry office or other office where title to the land in which the place is located is recorded; and

    • (c) any other person to whom a notice of public hearing was sent under subrule 37(1).

  • (2) The notice shall include, where applicable, the following information:

    • (a) the Commission's reasons for believing that there no longer is contamination in excess of the prescribed limit by a radioactive nuclear substance at the place;

    • (b) the time limits for filing information and written submissions with the Commission;

    • (c) the date, time and place of the public hearing;

    • (d) the action the Commission may take, following the hearing, pursuant to subsection 46(5) of the Act; and

    • (e) the names and addresses of persons to whom copies of any information and written submissions filed or to be filed with the Commission, for consideration at the hearing, must be sent.

  • SOR/2007-208, s. 35.

Determination

  •  (1) The Commission shall send a notice of its determination in respect of a matter that was the subject of the public hearing to the persons referred to in subrule 41(1) within 30 days after making the determination.

  • (2) The notice shall include, where the Commission determines that there no longer is contamination in excess of the prescribed limit, a description and the amount of the contamination, if any, that is still present at the place.

PART 9NOTICE OF EMERGENCY ORDER

 A notice of an emergency order given under subsection 47(2) of the Act shall be sent in accordance with rule 7 to every person named in or subject to it, and shall include

  • (a) a copy of the order; and

  • (b) any time limit for complying with the order.

PART 10COURT ORDERS

Publication of Facts

 Where a court, pursuant to paragraph 60(1)(c) of the Act, orders an offender to publish the facts relating to a conviction, the offender shall publish them in two editions of any newspaper specified in the order, at an interval of not less than one week and not more than two months between publications.

Notifying Affected Persons

 Where a court, pursuant to paragraph 60(1)(d) of the Act, orders an offender to notify any person who is affected by the offender's conduct of the facts relating to a conviction, the offender shall give notice to the person in accordance with rule 44 or by one of the methods referred to in rule 7, as ordered by the court.