Despite prior agreement, Supreme Court says site owner, not province, on hook for remediation order costs
An indemnity agreement may relieve a property owner of responsibility for historic pollution on a site, but not necessarily of regulatory compliance costs and ongoing monitoring, according to the Supreme Court of Canada in a recent decision.
12/13/2019 | Full Story
Three sites remain on list for high-level nuclear waste storage
The long list of 22 municipalities and Indigenous communities willing to consider hosting a deep hole to store high-level nuclear waste has been whittled down to three. The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) has dropped the areas...
11/29/2019 | Full Story
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