Canada’s environmental and regulatory process for approving major projects such as pipelines, mines, power plants and transportation infrastructure may face a significant overhaul in the coming months, according to a… Read More
Authors: John Gruber and Jessica Buhler
In Wagner v Canada (Environment and Climate Change), the Federal Court set aside the decision of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (“CEAA”) and directed the… Read More
Authors: Derek Hoffman and Jocelyn Sirois
Anti-corruption laws in Canada and elsewhere generally prohibit giving, or offering to give, a reward, advantage or benefit to a public official as consideration for such… Read More
In Brown v Canada (Attorney General), (2017 ONSC 251) the Ontario Superior Court of Justice confirmed “great harm was done” when aboriginal children were removed from their homes by provincial… Read More
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On September 24, 2014, the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench released… Read More