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The Avista And East-West Tie Cases, And Their Implications For The Governance Of The Electricity Sector In Ontario
Two recent cases have highlighted a serious weakness in the governance of the electricity sector in Ontario. The cases illustrate not just the immediate adverse effects of Government ...
Canada
5 Apr 2019
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What Is The Reasonable Apportionment Of Fault? The Case Of The CNRL Emulsion Pipeline Failure
In Canadian Natural Resources Limited v. Wood Group Mustang (Canada) Inc. (IMV Projects Inc.), 2018 ABCA 305, the Alberta Court of Appeal very recently dealt with an appeal arising from a trial judgment involving a novel, though ultimately faulty, underground oil pipeline.
Canada
23 Jan 2019
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Robert Warren Co-Authors A Piece For The Mowat Centre On Consumers' Interests In Ontario's Energy Sector
Robert Warren, a partner at WeirFoulds with a practice dedicated to public law advocacy, specializing in energy and environmental law...
Canada
8 Mar 2017
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The Challenges And Benefits Of Distributed Energy Resources (DER) For Municipalities
The growing interest in, and deployment of, distributed energy resources ("DER") has been thought to be of interest, albeit for different reasons, primarily to consumers and to local electricity distribution utilities.
Canada
23 May 2016
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Corporate Governance For Municipally-Owned Local Electricity Distribution Utilities
Local distribution electricity utilities ("LDCs") have been a source of stable and predictable income for their municipal owners.
Canada
29 Apr 2016
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Ontario Budget 2015 - Setting The Stage For An Electric Atmosphere Of Consolidation?
The 2015 Ontario Budget, released on April 23, includes proposed measures that are intended to set the stage for consolidation within Ontario’s electricity distribution sector.
Canada
6 May 2015
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The Governance Of Regulatory Agencies - A Case Study Of The Ontario Energy Board
Regulatory agencies play a critical role in the operation of modern society. They perform functions which none of the legislature, the government, or the courts have the time, the expertise, or the capacity to perform.
Canada
19 Mar 2015
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The (Carbon) Taxman Cometh: The Impact Of Carbon Taxes On Landlords And Tenants
A carbon tax is a tax on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions generated from burning fossil fuels. In economic terms, it means putting a price on each tonne of GHG emitted.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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Managing The Challenges Facing Municipalities And Their Utilities
Electricity distribution utilities are facing an unprecedented number of challenges.
Canada
10 Feb 2015
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Consolidation Of Ontario’s Electricity Distribution Sector
The Province’s Distribution Sector Review Panel has issued a Report recommending major changes in the electricity distribution sector.
Canada
12 Mar 2013
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Bill 75 And The Auditor General’s 2011 Report: Lessons Not Learned
It is the conclusion of this paper that Bill 75 indicates that the lessons arising from the Auditor General's Report have not been learned.
Canada
11 Jun 2012
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Hanna v Ontario (Attorney General)
On March 3, 2011, the Divisional Court dismissed a judicial review application challenging sections of Ontario Regulation 389/09 (the "Regulation"), made under Part V.0.1 of the Environmental Protection Act, RSO 1990, c E19 (the "EPA").
Canada
5 Apr 2011
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