Posts from January 2014.

On November 25, 2013, significant amendments to the fish protection provisions in the federal Fisheries Act came into force.  For more information, please see our earlier blog post here.

Authorizations issued by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) prior to November 25, 2013 continue to be valid, but holders can apply for a review of their authorization to confirm whether it ...


The Province recently approved amendments to the Water Regulation to eliminate minor but inconvenient steps in the permitting process.

BC Regulation 234/2013 amends the Water Regulation to:

i) eliminate the requirement for duplicate signatures on water license applications;  and

ii) eliminate the requirement that applicants for certain non-contentious water ...


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