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Helium adds lift to Canada’s energy transition

Canada - August 11 2021 The element most commonly known for filling balloons — and often released as an un-tapped byproduct in natural gas production — has surged in value…

Maeve O'Neill Sanger, Sander Duncanson.

Federal Court recognizes the Crown’s duty to consult on economic benefits linked to Aboriginal rights

Canada - July 26 2021 On July 19, 2021, Canada’s Federal Court released its decision in Ermineskin Cree Nation v Canada (Environment and Climate Change), 2021 FC 758 (the…

Maeve O'Neill Sanger, Martin Ignasiak, Sean Sutherland.

Federal UNDRIP Bill becomes law

Canada - June 22 2021 On June 16, Canada’s Senate voted to pass Bill C-15, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (the UNDRIP Act or the…

Kelly Twa, Maeve O'Neill Sanger, Sander Duncanson.

Alberta well cleanup: Alberta Energy Regulator releases draft licensee life-cycle management directive, new mandatory closure spending targets

Canada - June 17 2021 On June 8, 2021, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) released draft Directive XXX: Licensee Life-Cycle Management (the Draft Directive), Bulletin…

Callan Kimber, Janice Buckingham, Jessica Kennedy, Maeve O'Neill Sanger, Sander Duncanson.

Generating (and selling) emission offsets in Alberta’s agricultural industry

Canada - May 27 2021 The agriculture and agri-food sector is recognized as a key driver of Alberta’s and Canada’s economies. On a national scale, it accounted for 7.4% of…

Jessica Kennedy.