2016 Huron-Kinloss Open House

This image depicts local school children learning about radiation at the recent Huron-Kinloss open house.

Local Grade 5 students from Ripley-Huron Community School attended the open house as part of their study of different energy sources. Here, students learn about radiation from the NWMO's Mark Gobien.

Residents of the Township of Huron-Kinloss and area had an opportunity to share their views, comments and questions about Canada's plan for the safe, long-term management of used nuclear fuel at an open house held from April 14 to April 15. 

Members of the community and area were also encouraged to share their thoughts about plans for Phase 2 fieldwork, the updated project description and the results of preliminary economic modelling. The open house was held at the Ripley Community Centre.