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The following feed is available to keep you up to date about all CNSC homepage postings:
CNSC Latest News: http://www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca/eng/rss/rss.xml
How do I subscribe to an RRS feed?
- Download a RSS Reader
- Subscribe by cutting and pasting the URL above in the appropriate field of your RSS Reader.
Details are given about each of the Web site postings referenced in the news feed including:
- the time and date of publishing
- the title
- a brief summary
- a link to CNSC’s Web site update
Frequently Asked Questions about RSS
Q1. What is an “RSS feed”?
A1. RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a tool used to send, or receive, information or news updates from multiple Web sites.
An RSS "feed" is the Web site's way of alerting subscribers that it has been updated. It “feeds” subscribers the latest Web site updates.
People use RSS to keep a trail of new items from CNSC's Web site and view the updates when it is convenient to them.
Q2. How do people use RSS? What do you need to "subscribe"?
A2. You must use an RSS reader if you want to use RSS feeds. When you find an RSS feed for a site that you like, you subscribe to that site’s feed in order to get the updates.
It’s usually as simple as copying and pasting the feed address into the “Add a feed” screen in your RSS reader.
Many sites that offer RSS feeds also provide simple instructions or buttons to add their feed to your reader.
Q3. What is an “RSS reader”?
A3. RSS readers are online programs that aggregate updates from the Web sites you have subscribed to, and provide quick links so you can click to see the new or updated Web pages.