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Vision 2010 Redevelopment Project for Cameco Corporation's Port Hope Conversion Facility – $10,000 in Additional Federal Funding Available

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is making available an additional $10,000 under its Participant Funding Program to assist groups or individuals to participate in the environmental assessment of the proposed Vision 2010 Redevelopment Project for Cameco Corporation's Port Hope Conversion Facility in Ontario.

To receive funding, successful applicants must participate in the environmental assessment of the project. This funding, for example, can support the recipients' review of the comprehensive study report.

Funding applications received by the Agency by December 6, 2010 will be considered.

Information on the program, including the Participant Funding Program Guide and the application form, is available on the Agency's Web site. Information on the project is also available on the Web site in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry, under reference number 06-03-22672.

The project involves a comprehensive redevelopment of Cameco's Port Hope Conversion Facility located in Port Hope, Ontario. The project consists of decommissioning and demolishing approximately 20 old or underutilized buildings, removing contaminated soils, building materials and stored historical wastes, and constructing new replacement buildings. On-site plant operations would be maintained while the works are being carried out.

For additional information on the program or to submit an application, contact:

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Jean-Philippe Croteau
Participant Funding Program
160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor
Ottawa ON K1A 0H3
Tel.: 1-866-582-1884 or 613-948-1738
Fax: 613-948-9172
Email: PFP.PAFP@ceaa-acee.gc.ca

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