Mondaq Canada: Environment
McMillan LLP
On April 3, 2014, the BC Supreme Court issued its decision in the judicial review of a Master Development Agreement between the provincial Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (the "Minister") and a proponent in respect of the proposed Jumbo Glacier Resort (the "Project").
Saxe Law Office
What should count as battery "recycling"?
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Quebecers held a general election on April 7, 2014 and elected a majority government led by the Quebec Liberal Party.
Saxe Law Office
On 1st May 2014, the New Zealand Court of Appeal will hear Ioane Teitiota’s claim to become the world’s first climate refugee.
Saxe Law Office
Retired justice Robert Armstrong has given a third procedural victory to municipalities in the hotly disputed Blue Box funding arbitration.
Miller Thomson LLP
In Windsor v. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd., 2014 ABCA 108 ("Windsor"), the Alberta Court of Appeal summarily dismissed certain claims in an environmental class action.
Miller Thomson LLP
The following reproduces in note form a recent presentation to agricultural businesses in Regina, Sk and Langley, BC by Anthony Crossman of Miller Thomson LLP.
Miller Thomson LLP
Canada has New Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations under the federal Fisheries Act, which will require plant upgrades in hundreds of treatment plants.
Miller Thomson LLP
In an effort to modernize BC’s 100 year old Water Act, the BC government has introduced into the Legislature the new Water Sustainability Act.
Saxe Law Office
The Ontario Court of Appeal has stayed the Ostrander Point wind approval pending an appeal by the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists.
Miller Thomson LLP
We are pleased to share the following bulletin on pending changes to the Water Act in British Columbia prepared by Tony Crossman.
Saxe Law Office
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has issued its Summary for Policy Makers.
Saxe Law Office
The long, painful process of rescuing the irreplaceable Experimental Lakes Area of fresh water environmental research has taken another essential step.
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
The Minister of Natural Resources introduced Bill 167, Ontario's proposed Invasive Species Act, 2014 for First Reading on February 26, 2014.
Saxe Law Office
The federal government has had some troubles with the Supreme Court of Canada since taking office in 2006 (here is one recent example), but that’s not the only court in Canada that has caused the federal government grief.
Saxe Law Office
As promised yesterday, here are the Ontario Blue Box funding arbitration pleadings, that is, the position and opening explanation of each side.
Miller Thomson LLP
Air Quality Management Bylaw No. 1082
McMillan LLP
As the recent media attention in BC highlights, new obligations arising under the BC Recycling Regulation1 (the "Regulation") may soon significantly impact businesses in the province.
Saxe Law Office
A new case from the Ontario Superior Court provides another example of the risks associated with purchasing contaminated sites.
Rueter Scargall Bennett LLP
The case of "Baker et al. v. Director, Ministry of the Environment" is a dramatic example of the potential for abuse inherent in excessively broad powers.
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OMAF is proposing an amendment to R.R.O. 1990, Regulation 1096 – General in order to update the Schedule of Noxious Weeds.
Rueter Scargall Bennett LLP
The case of "Baker et al. v. Director, Ministry of the Environment" is a dramatic example of the potential for abuse inherent in excessively broad powers.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Effective November 25, 2013, the long-awaited and controversial amendments to the fisheries protection provisions of the Fisheries Act (the "Act") are now in force.
Saxe Law Office
A new case from the Ontario Superior Court provides another example of the risks associated with purchasing contaminated sites.
Saxe Law Office
The Ontario Court of Appeal has stayed the Ostrander Point wind approval pending an appeal by the Prince Edward County Field Naturalists.
Willms & Shier Environmental Lawyers LLP
Draft regulations released on February 15, 2014 create a policy framework enabling the federal government to make regulations exempting certain activities from the general Fisheries Act prohibition against polluting water frequented by fish.
Saxe Law Office
The federal government has had some troubles with the Supreme Court of Canada since taking office in 2006 (here is one recent example), but that’s not the only court in Canada that has caused the federal government grief.
Miller Thomson LLP
Canada has New Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations under the federal Fisheries Act, which will require plant upgrades in hundreds of treatment plants.
Saxe Law Office
The Supreme Court of Canada is considering Chevron’s request for leave to appeal from the Court of Appeal decision that allowed Ecuador plaintiffs to try again to collect their $18 billion pollution judgment in Ontario.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Over a year and half after being introduced into Parliament, the sweeping changes to the Fisheries Act under Bill C-38, the Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act, are being brought into force.
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