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Saskatchewan (Attorney General) V. Pasqua First Nation, File No. 37084, Supreme Court Of Canada, 22 December 2016
The Supreme Court of Canada dismissed a leave application in regards to the 2016 order of the Federal Court of Appeal (2016 FCA 133).
Canada
16 Mar 2017
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Conséquences De La Rupture D'une Digue À Mount Polley : Modifications À La Mines Act De La Colombie-Britannique
Le 25 février 2016, dans la foulée de la rupture d'une digue à Mount Polley en Colombie-Britannique, le ministre de l'Énergie et des Mines a apporté des modifications à la Mines Act, RSBC 1996, c 293...
Canada
13 Apr 2016
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Consequences Of The Mount Polley Dam Failure: Amendments To The Mines Act
Bill 8 is the first legislative change following recommendations from an independent engineering review panel and the Chief Inspector of Mines on the Mount Polley dam failure.
Canada
16 Mar 2016
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UPDATE: Canada Day Brings With It New AER Application Requirements Regarding First Nations Consultation
In our February 27, 2015 blog posting, we alerted industry participants to new application requirements set out in the Joint Operating Procedures for First Nations Consultation on Energy Resource Activities.
Canada
3 Jul 2015
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Two New Environmental Management Frameworks For Oil Sands Operations
The Tailings Management Framework is intended to provide direction for the management of new and legacy fluid tailings, during and following the cessation of mining operations in the Lower Athabasca Region.
Canada
27 Mar 2015
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UPDATE: New Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) Application Requirements Regarding First Nations Consultation NO LONGER To Take Effect March 2
There is no indication in Bulletin 2015-10 as to the reason for, or anticipated length of, the delay in the Joint Operating Procedures taking effect.
Canada
24 Mar 2015
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Splitting The Mining Regulations For The Northwest Territories And Nunavut
A proposal is underway to create a separate set of mining regulations for each of Nunavut and Northwest Territories.
Canada
28 Oct 2013
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Canada At The Helm: Challenge And Change At The Arctic Council
Earlier this month Canada began its two-year tenure as the chair of the Arctic Council.
Canada
10 Jun 2013
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Routine Permits Can Trigger Duty To Consult First Nations
Many businesses that develop natural resources depend on compliance with statutory and regulatory regimes to acquire a secure, exploitable, interest in Crown lands.
Canada
14 Mar 2013
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The Secret to Successful Mining Projects In The North
According to reports from The Conference Board of Canada, GDP in the Canadian Territories in the North is expected to grow by 3.6 % this year, and then 5.4 % in 2013.
Canada
26 Nov 2012
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Nunavut Mining Regulatory Update
The Nunavut regulatory calendar continues to be busy in the mining sector.
Canada
7 Jun 2012
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Dealing With Challenges In Northern Mine-Related Constructions Projects
The boom in exploration and mining activity in the North has resulted in an increase in the demand for infrastructure.
Canada
7 Jun 2012
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Increased Mining Activity In Nunavut And The Related Burden On Regulators
On October 1, 2011 BLG was pleased to participate in the Bridges to Nunavut conference at the University of Ottawa.
Canada
21 Dec 2011
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Carbon Capture And Storage: The Changing Regulatory And Legislative Landscape
Spurred by Canada’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions under the Copenhagen Accord and the Cancun Agreements, Alberta is leading the way in carbon capture and storage (CCS) regulation.
Canada
25 Jul 2011
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Crown to be Owner of Pore Space and Liable in Respect of Carbon Capture and Storage Projects
In 2008 the Government of Alberta committed $2 billion to large scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.
Canada
23 Nov 2010
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