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Published on: 29 Apr 2013 By

Understanding Environmental Regulation Structure in Canada

In the first environmental blog Paula Lombardi of Siskinds outlines the responsibilities of the Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments in environmental law.  Paula reviews the statutory regime in Ontario and outlines strict liability offences and its impact on companies.Understanding …

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Published on: 25 Apr 2013 By

Experimental Lakes Area: well done, Premier Wynne!

We want to add our voice to those congratulating and thanking Premier Wynne for stepping in to rescue the world class environmental research station, the irreplaceable Experimental Lakes Area that the federal government shuttered. How can the federal government expect to make good environmen…

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Published on: 25 Apr 2013 By

Why the Supreme Court decision in AbitibiBowater won't work

We have written several times about the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in AbitibiBowater v. Newfoundland, in which insolvency law trumped environmental orders. Today, we want to tell you more about the rule the court laid down, and why it is likely to have perverse consequences. In…

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Published on: 23 Apr 2013 By

Pulitzer Prize for Reporting to Inside Climate News

Inside Climate News, a small online non-profit devoted to covering the changing climate, has won one of the most prestigious prizes in journalism. Three Inside Climate reporters received the National Reporting Pulitzer Prize for coverage of pipeline regulation and the hazards of tar sands oil.

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Published on: 18 Apr 2013 By

Unlimited personal no fault liability for directors and officers?

The Ontario government argued in Superior Court on April 18 that former corporate directors and officers have presumptive, unlimited, personal, no-fault liability to orders to pay all environmental costs associated with the assets of their former corporation, or of the subsidiaries of that c…

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