Share your feedback on our Nuclear Power project
We’re in a multi-year planning phase to see if nuclear power from small modular reactors could be a good fit for Saskatchewan and we want to hear from you!ENGAGE WITH US
Engagement and consultation with the public, communities, customers, stakeholders and Indigenous peoples is a critical part of the planning phase.
We’ve been holding information sessions. Were you unable to attend? Watch previous sessions here:
- Sept.- Nov. 2022 Online Learning Events
- Sept. 22, 2022 Briefing
- Nov. 18, 2021 Information Session
- Nov. 30, 2021 Information Session
Interested in a future event? Sign up today.
Your Top Questions
We've highlighted some of the most common questions we're asked when it comes to nuclear power from Small Modular Reactors (SMRs):
Good question! Check out the video below to see how it all works.
Cost means a lot to you. That’s why evaluating cost and risks is an important part of developing nuclear in the province. The project must be competitively priced against other reliable, non-emitting power options available in the 2030s to proceed. Small modular reactors have strong potential to be a competitive option.
We’ll follow all regulations from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. For more information on what that means, visit our managing waste page.
We’re committed to ongoing, meaningful engagement with First Nations and Métis citizens of Saskatchewan. We’ve heard about the importance of protecting mother earth and future generations as we build the future power system. We’ve also heard that Indigenous participation as equity partners in the project, workforce training, and supply chain opportunities is key. For more information, check out the video below.
To get to net zero, we’re considering all supply options. Curious about what options exist? Check out the Understanding our Future Supply Mix video.
Highlights of What We've Heard
We’re using the feedback we’ve received so far to help inform our approach during the planning phase. Check out the summaries of what we’ve heard so far below.
- September – December 2022 – What We Heard Roll-Up Report
- Public Information Sessions
- Indigenous Clean Energy and SMR Engagement
- Métis Nation – Saskatchewan
Engaging with You
We've connected with many people across the province to gather feedback.
from across the province.
represented at public sessions.
100+ First Nations and Métis locals
represented at Indigenous sessions.
When it comes to finding an ideal location for a nuclear power facility, you'd like us to consider:
Long-term environmental impacts
Access to a skilled workforce
Safety and security of operations