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Constitutional Clarity For Port Operations
In Attorney General of Quebec v. IMTT-Quebec Inc.[1], the Quebec Court of Appeal concluded that IMTT-Quebec Inc.'s ("IMTT") activities at the Port of Quebec are not subject to the environmental ...
Canada
14 Oct 2019
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Making The Case For A Zero Plastic Waste Economy: Canada Moves To Ban Single-Use Plastics In An Effort To Reduce Plastic Pollution
There is no doubt that plastics provide unparalleled functionality and durability across a range of products in our everyday lives. The production and use of plastics
Canada
29 Jul 2019
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Meeting The Minimum (National) Standards: Ontario Court Of Appeal Upholds Constitutionality Of Federal Carbon Pricing Backstop
The majority of the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled on June 28, 2019 that the federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act (the Act or GGPPA) is constitutional.
Canada
25 Jul 2019
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View From The Prairies: Saskatchewan's Top Court Upholds Federal Carbon Price & Carbon Policy Update From Alberta
As the political rhetoric on carbon pricing [rages on], the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal recently delivered a much-anticipated decision in response to the reference question
Canada
14 Jun 2019
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In The Crosshairs: Federal Government Finds Itself At The Centre Of Rights-Based Climate Litigation In Environnement Jeunesse v. Attorney General Of Canada
In 2015, the case of Urgenda Foundation v. The State of the Netherlands (Urgenda) broke new ground as the first successful climate change action founded in tort law and the first time a court has determined the ...
Canada
25 Jan 2019
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A Closer Look: BC Government Releases Draft Legislation For Revitalized Provincial Environmental Assessment Process
In March 2018, the BC government launched the process for revitalizing the province's environmental assessment (EA) process
Canada
19 Dec 2018
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Moving Forward: Carbon Taxes And Rebates
On October 24, 2018, the federal government announced its intention to move forward with a federal carbon pricing system beginning in 2019.
Canada
30 Oct 2018
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No Duty to Consult Indigenous Groups On Legislation – Mikisew Cree First Nation v. Canada (Governor General In Council)
The Supreme Court of Canada (SCC, or the Court) has ruled that there is no duty to consult Indigenous groups at any stage of the law-making process.
Canada
22 Oct 2018
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