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Plastics In The Spotlight Part 2
Since we wrote about "Plastics in the Spotlight", there have been further developments in Canada. The Philippines shipment has been returned to Canada
Canada
6 Aug 2019
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The New Impact Assessment Process: Fostering Partnerships With Indigenous Peoples
On June 20, 2018 Bill C-69, An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act
Canada
9 Oct 2018
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Consultation Expectations: Can The Government Change Its Consultation Approach And Still Satisfy Its Duty To Consult?
Federal, provincial, and territorial governments have a duty to consult Indigenous peoples when the government has knowledge of an Aboriginal right or claim that could be affected by a government's decision.
Canada
1 Oct 2018
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Navigating Environmental Risk: When And How To Apply The Precautionary Principle
The interpretation and application of the precautionary principle in Canada is far from settled
Canada
29 Jan 2018
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Wind Farm Approval Revoked Due To Human Safety Concerns
On August 16, 2017 the Environmental Review Tribunal released its decision in Wiggins v Ontario (Environment and Climate Change), involving a challenge to the grant of a wind turbine farm approval.
Canada
22 Aug 2017
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Federal Discussion Paper Released On Review Of Environmental Regulatory Processes
At the same time, the government also commenced a review to modernize the National Energy Board.
Canada
12 Jul 2017
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Is There A Duty To Consult On Legislation? SCC May Decide
This week the SCC received an application to hear an appeal of the Federal Court of Appeal ("FCA") decision in Canada (Governor General In Council) v Courtoreille ("Courtoreille").
Canada
23 Feb 2017
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New NEB Energy East Panel Reset
On January 9, 2017, the National Energy Board appointed three new members to hear the Energy East application following the recusal of the previous panel.
Canada
1 Feb 2017
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Rubin v MOECC: Balancing Environmental Protection And Financial Hardship
If those ordered cannot afford to complete the work, leaving a site partially remediated, the MOECC may be forced to complete the work itself at taxpayers' expense.
Canada
8 Dec 2016
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Unreasonable Delay And Environmental Prosecutions
Companies and individuals who may be charged with environmental offence, often ask how long the legal proceedings may last.
Canada
29 Sep 2016
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Climate Change Action Plan: Indigenous Partnerships And Clean Energy
On June 8, 2016, Ontario released its Climate Change Action Plan ("CCAP"). The five year plan outlines the province's strategy and commitments to address climate change.
Canada
9 Sep 2016
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Northern Gateway Pipeline Project On Hold Until Canada Adequately Fulfills Duty To Consult
Canadian resource industry, government leaders and Aboriginal communities will be adding the recent Federal Court of Appeal Northern Gateway decision to their summer reading lists.
Canada
11 Jul 2016
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Ontario Relaxes Approvals For Routine Water-Taking
The application for a PTTW may involve studies, Aboriginal consultation and MOECC review that could take several months or longer.
Canada
11 Apr 2016
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City Hall Shakes Up Sewer Discharge By-law
At its meeting of February 3, Toronto City Council voted to amend the Sewers By-law (Municipal Code Chapter 681) and the Water Supply By-law (Municipal Code Chapter 851) to address, in part, the discharge of certain pesticides, dental amalgams and wastewaters from the food services and auto servicing sectors..
Canada
22 Feb 2016
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Ontario Approves Final Source Water Protection Plan
On November 26, 2015, Ontario approved the Grand River Source Protection Plan. The Plan will take effect on July 1, 2016. This is the 22nd and final source protection plan ("SPP") that Ontario committed to implement by 2015.
Canada
26 Jan 2016
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Operating Authorities Would Be Required To Assess The Threat Posed By Climate Change, Algal Blooms And Other Hazards To Municipal Drinking Water Systems
The expanded assessment and planning requirements, if adopted, could also significantly increase the paper burden and compliance costs of owners and operators.
Canada
23 Nov 2015
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Third Time Lucky As Great Lakes Protection Act Is Finally Passed
After two earlier versions died on the order paper, the Ontario Legislature finally passed Bill 66, the latest iteration of the Great Lakes Protection Act, on October 7, 2015.
Canada
19 Oct 2015
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Yellowknives Dene First Nation V. Debogorski: Is The Duty To Consult Changing?
On June 23, 2015, the Federal Court of Appeal released Yellowknives Dene First Nation v. The Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board, and Alex Debogorski, 2015 FCA 148.
Canada
24 Jul 2015
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Nunavut Homeowner Ordered To Pay $55,000 For Heating Oil Tank Spill
On April 13, 2015 a homeowner from Apex, Nunavut was ordered to pay the Government of Nunavut $55,000 in restitution for clean up expenditures resulting from environmental damage caused by a home heating oil tank leak.
Canada
28 Apr 2015
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Ontario To Join Quebec And California In Implementing Carbon Cap And Trade System To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
On April 13, 2015, Ontario announced that it would join Quebec and California’s harmonized cap and trade system to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Canada
20 Apr 2015
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