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Expert Panel Recommends Significant Changes to Canada’s Environmental Assessment Regime

Posted in Aboriginal and Environmental Issues

The following post by Joanna Rosengarten and Bryn Gray on our Canadian ERA Perspectives blog may be of interest to readers of this blog: Expert Panel Recommends Significant Changes to Canada’s Environmental Assessment Regime

On April 5, 2017, Environment and Climate Change Canada released the report of an external Expert Panel that was established in August 2016 to review the scope and process of federal environmental assessments under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012 (“CEAA 2012”). The Expert Panel’s Report contains numerous recommendations which, if implemented, would result in a fundamentally different federal environmental assessment (“EA”) … Continue Reading

McCarthy Tétrault releases sixth annual Mining in the Courts

Posted in Class Actions, Mining

McT_Mining_in_the_Courts_Book_Cover_JAN2016_3DWe are pleased to bring you the newest edition of our popular book, Mining in the Courts, Year in Review. Developed by McCarthy Tétrault, Mining in the Courts, Year in Review, Vol. VI provides an overview of legal developments and case law updates on matters that impacted the mining sector in the past year, and offers our perspective and insights on issues important to the industry. The publication is ideally suited to mining executives and in-house counsel looking to understand the impact of recent decisions on their business and investment strategies.

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Modifications récentes à la règlementation minière au Québec

Posted in Aboriginal and Environmental Issues

Le gouvernement du Québec a publié le 16 décembre 2015 des modifications au Règlement sur les substances minérales autres que le pétrole, le gaz naturel et la saumure (le « Règlement »). Ces modifications sont entrées en vigueur 15 jours plus tard, soit le 31 décembre. Ces modifications constituent le premier règlement modifiant le Règlement édicté depuis la sanction de la Loi modifiant la Loi sur les mines (la « Loi modificatrice ») le 10 décembre 2013. Conformément à la Loi modificatrice, l’entrée en vigueur des modifications au Règlement a entraîné l’entrée en vigueur de certaines dispositions de la Loi … Continue Reading