In previous posts we discussed several major changes to the federal environmental assessment process that were introduced when the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (“CEAA 2012”) came into force in July 2012.
In November 2012, we delivered two seminars on the new environmental assessment process. The seminars were very well attended, and many attendees have commented on the usefulness of the training materials, including a PowerPoint presentation and a CEAA 2012 process flowchart developed by our Environmental Law Group. These materials are now available to friends and clients of Lawson Lundell LLP upon request. If you wish to receive a copy of these materials please contact Brad Armstrong, JoAnn P. Jamieson, or Christine Kowbel.
Lawson Lundell's Environmental, Indigenous and Natural Resources Blog focuses on environmental, indigenous and natural resources law, as well as related litigation. Included are summaries of significant cases from Canadian appellate courts, changes in the legal framework governing resource development including energy and climate change policy, and key decisions from the more influential regulatory bodies in Canada.
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