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Published on: 8 May 2012 By

Quick Toronto hearings on Aggregate Resources Act

The Ontario Aggregate Resources Act governs development of aggregates like gravel, sand, clay, earth, and stone. Most of the aggregate resources produced in Ontario are used for construction, but they are also important for many other industries. In light of controversial proposals to create…

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Published on: 26 Apr 2012 By

Do we still have federal Environmental Assessment?

Resource project proponents should find it quicker, easier and cheaper to get permission to build what they want, with far less interference from the federal government, or those pesky environmental groups. The courts will eventually tell us whether they can so easily dispose of oppositio…

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