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Ryan Rodier Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

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NEB approves Keystone XL Pipeline project: market forces prevail as key public interest considerations *

Canada - March 18 2010
The National Energy Board has approved the Keystone XL Pipeline despite opposition from Enbridge and Enbridge shippers concerned about the negative impacts from potential offloading of the Enbridge system.

Co-authors: Gordon Nettleton, Matthew Keen.


“Scoping to triggers” approach rejected by the Supreme Court of Canada *

Canada - January 22 2010
On January 21, 2010, the "scoping to triggers" approach employed by federal responsible authorities (RAs) under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA) was decisively rejected by the Supreme Court of Canada.

Co-authors: Shawn Denstedt Q.C., Jessica Ng.


Developments ongoing in North American climate change regulation and harmonization *

Canada, USA - December 4 2009
Across Canada and the United States there have been a number of important developments intended to promote clean energy resources, increase energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gases.

Co-authors: Shawn Denstedt Q.C., Jessica Ng, Kevin D. Cramer.


Federal court weighs in on SARA critical habitat *

Canada - September 14 2009
The Federal Court has now delivered two recent decisions concerning the federal Species at Risk Act, S.C. 2002, c. 29 (SARA) and the identification of critical habitat for species at risk listed in Schedule I of SARA (i.e., a listed species).

Co-authors: Shawn Denstedt Q.C., Matthew Keen.


Implementation of Alberta land-use framework on the horizon *

Canada - June 16 2009
Bill 36: Alberta Land Stewardship Act (Bill 36) received Royal Assent on June 4, 2009 and is set to come into force on proclamation.

Co-authors: JoAnn P. Jamieson, Shawn Denstedt Q.C., Jessica Ng.


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