Results 1 to 5 of 20

Power Perspectives 2022 - Energy Litigation

Canada - March 22 2022 As discussed in more detail in our Aboriginal Law article, the Alberta Court of Appeal further clarified the nature of the public interest as it…

Reena Goyal, Samuel Lepage, Kyle McMillan

All construction activities permitted in Ontario as of 12:01 am on June 11

Canada - June 10 2021 At 12:01 AM on June 11, pursuant to O. Reg. 363/20 (link), all of Ontario will move into step 1 of the Government of Ontario’s re-opening plan. In…

Moya Graham, Ivan Merrow, Julie K. Parla

Ontario Announces Shut Down of Non-Essential Construction

Canada - April 19 2021 On April 16, 2021, as part of an announcement of new restrictions intended to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Government of Ontario announced a…

Andrew Kalamut, Tristan Musgrave, Julie K. Parla

Energy Litigation

Canada - March 25 2021 Whether a party has standing before a tribunal is not commonly litigated, however, the question of standing can be of critical importance to parties…

William Horne, Samuel Lepage, Kyle McMillan, Julie K. Parla

Canadian Power - Key Developments in 2019, Trends to Watch for in 2020: Energy Litigation

Canada - February 27 2020 The following is a chapter from our Power Group's fifth annual Canadian power industry retrospective Canadian Power Key Developments in 2019, Trends…

William Horne, Julie K. Parla