Participate in a hearing
The Canada Energy Regulator (CER) is committed to fair, inclusive, transparent, and efficient hearings and decisions. Our processes enable us to engage meaningfully with Canadians, and in particular Indigenous Peoples, in our public hearings.
We are committed to reconciliation and are evolving our hearings to make it easier for Indigenous peoples to participate in ways that work best for them. We also consider the impact our work has on Indigenous rights and take into account Indigenous knowledge when we make our decisions.
What you need to know
Learn all about the CER’s hearing process.
Learn about process advisors and how they support participants through the hearing process.
Find out more about how to register as a commenter or intervenor and participate in a hearing.
See if you are eligible to apply for participant funding for hearing.
Expectations of Hearing Attendees
Learn about the level of decorum that’s expected in the hearing room to ensure a safe and respectful environment for everyone attending our hearings.
Policy on Public and Media Access at CER Hearings
Read about the public hearing process and how you can participate in a specific proposed energy project.
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