Why isn't pool salt a pesticide?
The PMRA has given pool salt an administrative exemption from regulation, one not disclosed in its regulations or on its website.View the post titled Why isn't pool salt a pesticide?
Suing negligent engineers
A surprisingly large part of my practice involves suing engineers and other environmental consultants for their negligence and breach of contract relating to contaminated sites.View the post titled Suing negligent engineers
Thoughts about sampling
Accurate sampling, or the lack of it, is a frequent pitfall in environmental litigation.View the post titled Thoughts about sampling
The nuclear debate
Increasing public acceptance of the urgency of climate change is refocusing the nuclear debate.View the post titled The nuclear debate
What's New in Canadian environmental laws?
In keeping with the differing priorities of our federal and provincial governments, there have been far fewer changes in Canadian environmental laws in the past year, than in Ontario laws. The biggest federal changes have been increases in potential penalties and enforcement powers, especi…View the post titled What's New in Canadian environmental laws?
What's New in Ontario environmental laws
Ontario environmental laws have changed so much in the last year that there will be numerous amendments in the 2009 -- 2010 edition of Ontario Environmental Legislation.View the post titled What's New in Ontario environmental laws
How to charge for stormwater management
Can and should municipalities charge for stormwater management on an area basis? How would be the winners and losers?View the post titled How to charge for stormwater management
An introduction to smog
Air pollution causes 5,900 deaths each year in eight Canadian cities alone.View the post titled An introduction to smog
Who makes environmental policy?
The Ivey Foundation’s five-year review of its program to conserve Canada’s forests is an excellent example of how foundations and nongovernmental organizations can successfully influence government environmental policy. It’s well written and a fascinating look at the forces…View the post titled Who makes environmental policy?
More problems with reliance letters
Clients typically overestimate the protection that a reliance letter gives them.View the post titled More problems with reliance letters
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