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GHG emitters to pay for climate change costs? Log In or Subscribe to View Article
Source: www.ecolog.com Daily News
Canada’s top greenhouse gas emitters (GHG) could find themselves picking up the tab for the costs of climate change if current legal trends are any indication, according to a provocative new paper from West Coast Environmental Law and the...
10/17/2014 | Full Story

Tsilhqot'in Aboriginal title decision: implications Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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The recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Tsilhqot’in Nation v. British Columbia, 2014 SCC 44 (Tsilhqot’in) determined that a wide tract of land in central British Columbia is owned by the plaintiff First Nation holding...
9/30/2014 | Full Story

EDITOR's PICK: Negligence claim proceeds against XCG consultant Log In or Subscribe to View Article
Source: www.hazmatmag.com Daily News
Negligence claims continue to multiply against environmental consultants accused of failing to clean up contaminated sites. The Ontario Superior Court recently allowed a professional negligence lawsuit to go ahead against an Ontario...
7/31/2014 | Full Story

City of Toronto defers decision on streamlined risk assessments Log In or Subscribe to View Article
Source: www.hazmatmag.com Daily News
Environmental consultants will have to wait another month for a decision from Toronto city council about rejecting modified generic risk assessments (MGRA) for contaminated lands, as recommended by the City’s Public Works and...
7/25/2014 | Full Story

Proposed rules for exploration work on Anticosti Island Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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On June 9, 2014, the Minister of Energy and Natural Resources published in the Gazette officielle du Québec a draft Minister’s Order setting out the conditions on which exploration work for petroleum and natural gas may be...
6/30/2014 | Full Story

Protect your business against criminal negligence by going beyond due diligence, lawyers say Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Bill C-45 is emerging as a force requiring employers to move beyond due diligence to ensure workplace safety protection.
4/30/2014 | Full Story

Quebec court approves fracking permit, despite municipal bylaws Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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A Quebec court has granted permission for exploration company Petrolia Inc. to frack for oil near homes in rural Gaspé, despite a municipal bylaw against drilling in the community.
2/14/2014 | Full Story

Quebec Bill 70 adopted Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Although Parliamentary review of Bill 70 was limited, certain aspects of the Bill were modified before it was passed. For instance, the formalities for obtaining a certificate of authorization under the Environment Quality Act may be...
12/23/2013 | Full Story

Quebec attempts again to amend Mining Act Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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On Thursday, December 5, 2013, Martine Ouellet, the Quebec Minister of Natural Resources, tabled Bill 70, the Mining Amendment Act. Bill 70 is the fourth and latest installment in a long line of attempts to reform Quebec’s mining...
12/23/2013 | Full Story

Last directors standing: expanding scope of directors' and officers' environmental liability in Northstar Aerospace case Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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In the recent case of Baker et al. v. Director, Ministry of the Environment, a number of former directors and officers of Northstar Aerospace, Inc. (Northstar) and its parent Northstar Aerospace (Canada) Inc. (Northstar Canada) found themselves...
11/30/2013 | Full Story

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