Saugeen Ojibway Nation Community Youth Conference Registration
Aanii, the Environment Office is looking forward to having you be a part of the First Saugeen Ojibway Nation Community Youth Conference! The conference will be held July 19th-22nd at the Outdoor Education Centre.
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About the Conference
Registration will happen at the Outdoor Education Centre starting at 9am. The bus for the Nuclear Waste Management Tour will leave promptly at 10:15am and arrive at the site at 11:30am. You are required to bring government issued identification (i.e. Driver's License, Status Card, Passport) in order to be allowed past security. Lunch is provided by OPG. You must wear pants and close toed shoes, no shorts or sandals. Also cotton fabrics are ideal.

Information and Requirements for Visitors to WWMF
-Photo Identification (Driver's License or Passport).
-Vehicles are searched by site security and individual searches are mandatory at the Used Fuel Dry Storage Facility.
-Security Pass, Hard hat & safety glasses (provided) must be worn at all times.

-Casual dress is recommended
-Natural fibres (cotton, wool, leather, etc) clothing is recommended, as opposed to polyester and fleece, which attracts and holds radon.
-Pants that cover the leg are required, rather than shorts, capri's, skirts, or dresses.
-No personal hats or caps. Hard-hats will be provided
-No open toed shoes (sandals) or high heeled shoes that may damage equipment (safety footwear is not required).

-Prior notification is needed if the visitor has embedded metal or medical devices.
-Prescription drugs are allowed only with prior notification and clearance.
-Pregnant women are not permitted due to radiological zones.
-Persons who have undergone radio-pharmaceutical treatments in the last six weeks are not permitted on tour.
-Cameras or recording devices are not permitted.
-Cell phones and electronic devices are not permitted (leave on bus or in car).
-Drugs, alcohol, and firearms are not permitted.
-Bags, brief cases, etc. are not permitted on tour.

-Tour includes both inside and outside locations and physical activity (includes walking and climbing stairs - notify us if you are bringing a walking device).
-Personal radiological monitoring (of hands, feet, and whole body) is required throughout the tour and upon exit. Free and unrestricted use of all limbs is required for monitoring.
-Visitors must stay with sponsor (immediate line-of-sight) at all times.

Conference Registration
Please complete the information below to register for the 2019 SON Community Youth Conference.
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Food Restrictions *
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Do you have any physical restrictions or disabilities that you would like us to know about so that we may better accommodate your needs?
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Emergency Contact name *
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Emergency Contact Phone Number *
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Will you require transportation? *
Will you have to leave the conference for any reason (Sports, appointment, etc.)? If so, please specify which day(s).
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Additional Information
The conference is being held at the Outdoor Education Centre, you are required to bring your own bedding (i.e. sleeping bag and pillow).

You are welcome to bring your sweat clothes (Ribbon Skirts/Shirts)

Long Pants and running shoes are ideal as there are outdoor games and foraging activities.

There will be no drugs or alcohol allowed at the conference, if this rule is not followed guests will be asked to leave the conference.

Guests are responsible for their own property, the Environment Office and the Outdoor Education Centre will not be responsible for lost or stolen items.

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