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What happens when municipal bylaws try to control energy or resource projects authorized by the federal or provincial governments? (They have some scope). How far will the Spraytech precedent take them? Can corporations use federal insolvency laws to cleanse themselves of irksome environmental liabilities, such as contaminated sites? (sometimes). These are the type of jurisdictional conflicts that Dianne discussed during her keynote address at last week’s Hazmat West Conference in Saskatoon. She also discussed shared responsibilities for waste, as in Enviro West v Copper Mountain Mining.

Here is the presentation: Shared Authority, Shared Risks

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