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Community Liaison Committees set up websites to communicate with residents about the site selection process

Community liaison committees are an important resource for communities in Step 3 of the site selection process. Independent of the NWMO and comprised entirely of local residents, these working groups perform several important functions, including helping residents to learn more about Canada’s plan for managing used nuclear fuel over the long term, the site selection process and the preliminary assessments being conducted during Step 3. The committees’ websites are one of the ways they are communicating with residents. The NWMO has assisted these committees by providing the basic architecture for these websites.

You can visit each committee’s website to learn more about the work they are doing on behalf of their communities:
Creighton – http://clcinfo.ca/creighton
Ear Falls – http://clcinfo.ca/earfalls
Hornepayne – http://clcinfo.ca/hornepayne
Ignace – http://clcinfo.ca/ignace
Pinehouse – http://clcinfo.ca/pinehouse
Schreiber – http://clcinfo.ca/schreiber
Wawa – http://clcinfo.ca/wawa

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