National Aboriginal Day Celebrated With New Name And New Affordable Housing

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Today is the summer solstice, which since 1996 has been celebrated in Canada as National Aboriginal Day. The day will be marked by events and celebrations across the country. In a statement issued today, Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau said … Continue reading

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Ontario Implements Proposal To Hike Fees to Water Bottlers To Protect Water Resources

In January we reported that Ontario was proposing a big increase in fees for permits to take ground water for bottled water: Ontario Proposes Big Fee Increase for Water Bottlers The new rules, which are intended to help protect water resources … Continue reading

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Manning Environmental Law Celebrates World Environment Day

World Environment Day Canada hosts the World Environment Day celebrations today succeeding 2016 host Angola. Canada has chosen the theme “Connecting People to Nature” for 2017, which invites people to enjoy the outdoors and to take forward the call to … Continue reading

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National Energy Board proposes consideration of upstream and downstream GHG emissions in Energy East Hearing

The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking public input on what topics should be considered in the review of the Energy East and Eastern Mainline pipeline projects. The public will have until May 31 to provide their comments. The Hearing … Continue reading

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Advanced Environmental Law Practitioner Roundtable: The Legal Landscape Following Midwest, Crombie And Huang

I will join a faculty of my peers on Wednesday May 24, 2017  to help facilitate the Ontario Bar Association’s program: Advanced Environmental Law Practitioner Roundtable: The Legal Landscape Following Midwest, Crombie And Huang Experienced members of the environmental bar will … Continue reading

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Toronto-based mining company ordered to pay penalty for Fisheries Act violation near Baker Lake, Nunavut

Environment and Climate Change Canada reports that, on May 1, 2017, Agnico Eagle Mines Limited pleaded guilty, in the Nunavut Court of Justice, to one offence under the Fisheries Act. The court ordered the company to pay a total penalty of … Continue reading

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CAVEAT DIRECTOR: Let the Director Beware! – Understanding and Managing the Exposure of Directors and Officers to Personal Liability for Corporate Environmental Risk

Manning Environmental Law will join with Munich Reinsurance Company of Canada and Golder Associates  tomorrow to present a webinar for the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association on director and officer liability for corporate contamination.  If you haven’t yet registered and want to join us … Continue reading

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