Our website (www.nwmo.ca) is an important way we communicate with the public, communities and industry partners. We recognize the evolving needs of our audiences and remain committed to providing online information in an easy and effective manner. We are constantly seeking ways to improve our work, and that includes redesigning our website. We need your input to do this successfully.
One of our core values at the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is transparency – we know the public has many questions about Canada’s plan and its implementation. We want to make sure we develop a website that provides you with the information you want and need in a format that is easy to understand and navigate. Our goal with this redesign project is to create a website for you that is engaging and accessible, across different devices and digital platforms.
This website redesign project will help us meet the changing information needs of a wide variety of users, including the general public, communities in potential siting areas, Indigenous peoples, public officials, the media, the nuclear and energy sectors, and more.
We encourage you to complete the survey and share your opinions on the current website, as well as thoughts on what would help make the redesigned website a success. It should take less than 10 minutes, and your responses are completely anonymous. The survey will close on July 6, 2021.
Your responses will help shape the new website, which is expected to be ready by spring 2022. We will share the results of the survey closer to the launch date.
This survey is being conducted by an independent firm.
If you have any questions about the survey, please email us at email@example.com.
Thank you for your participation.
About the NWMO
The NWMO is a not-for-profit organization implementing Canada’s plan to safely contain and isolate used nuclear fuel inside a deep geological repository in a manner that protects people and the environment for generations to come.
Canada’s plan will only proceed in an area with informed and willing hosts, where the municipality, First Nation and Métis communities, and others in the area are working together to implement it. The NWMO plans to select a site in 2024, and two areas remain in our site selection process: the Ignace area and South Bruce, both in Ontario.