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New coalition calls for mining reform in BC Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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A new environmental coalition in British Columbia (B.C.) is calling for broad-based reform of the province’s mining laws. The BC Mining Law Reform Network, representing almost 30 local, provincial and national organizations, launched on...
5/17/2019 | Full Story

New excess soil rules take a big step forward in Ontario Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks has released a plan to make it less costly for builders to reuse excess soil, more costly for builders and haulers who break soil management rules, and easier for developers to...
5/3/2019 | Full Story

Dealing with dirt in Quebec and Ontario Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Two provinces facing serious problems with soil management have released draft regulations intended to put things right. The problems are different, but so are the proposed solutions.
4/26/2019 | Full Story

CANADA - environment legislation Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Chlor-Alkali Mercury Release Regulations. Repealed. Effective April 8, 2019.
4/26/2019 | Full Story

ONTARIO - environment legislation Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Environmental Bill of Rights, 1993. Various amendments. In force April 1, 2019.
4/26/2019 | Full Story

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Through a settlement, New Brunswick Southern Railway in New Brunswick was fined $10,000 after pleading guilty to two of 24 counts of violating the federal Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, 1992. The 24 counts included 12 counts for failing...
4/26/2019 | Full Story

Big Brother's watching: Quebec calls on technology to track contaminated soil Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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Quebec will soon release a draft regulation that will require the real-time tracking of contaminated soil movement in the province, from excavation to final disposal. Quebec Minister of the Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change...
4/18/2019 | Full Story

BC fines total about $198K in Q1-Q2 2018 Log In or Subscribe to View Article
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VICTORIA, BC—The British Columbia (B.C.) Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy released on February 27, 2019 the first and second Quarterly Environmental Enforcement Summary for 2018. (See also the June, 2018 issue of...
3/27/2019 | Full Story

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Fraser River Pile & Dredge (GP) Inc. in British Columbia was fined $350,000 after pleading guilty to depositing a deleterious substance into water frequented by fish, contrary to the federal Fisheries Act. In February 2014, Fraser River...
3/27/2019 | Full Story

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Imperial Oil Limited in Sarnia, Ontario was fined $325,000, plus a victim surcharge of $81,250, after being found guilty of discharging low pH wastewater, which impaired or may have impaired the quality of water in the St. Clair River, contrary...
2/26/2019 | Full Story

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