Shawn Denstedt Q.C.

Shawn Denstedt Q.C.

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

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Court Dismisses Request That NEB Review Upstream and Downstream Effects of Pipeline

On May 16, 2014, the National Energy Board received a motion from the City of Vancouver, among others, requesting that the List of Issues for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project hearing be expanded to include environmental...more

10/21/2014 - Energy Energy Policy Federal Rules of Civil Procedure National Energy Board Oil & Gas Pipelines

Significant Changes to the Alberta Energy Regulator Rules of Practice

On November 30, 2013 the Alberta Energy Regulator Rules of Practice Amendment Regulation (Amended Rules) will be proclaimed into force which will bring significant changes to the regulatory process before the Alberta Energy...more

11/29/2013 - Amended Regulation Canada Cost Allocation Energy Policy Government Land

Significant Changes to the Regulatory Approval Process

Recent court decisions and legislative changes have marked significant changes to the regulatory approval process. This month, Alberta courts rendered decisions with respect to Alberta energy resource development projects by...more

11/5/2013 - Approval Canada Energy Policy

Aboriginal Consultation Levy Act Passes Quickly Through the Alberta Legislature

The Aboriginal Consultation Levy Act, Bill 22, received royal assent on May 27, 2013. Bill 22 was recently introduced into the Alberta Legislature by the Aboriginal Relations Minister in an effort to provide Aboriginal groups...more

5/29/2013 - Aboriginal Issues Canada New Legislation

Aboriginal Consultation Levy Act Introduced into the Alberta Legislature

On May 8, 2013, Alberta’s Aboriginal Relations Minister introduced Bill 22, the Aboriginal Consultation Levy Act, into the Legislature in an effort to provide Aboriginal groups in Alberta with the capacity and funding...more

5/9/2013 - Aboriginal Consultation Office Canada Consultation Indigenous Peoples

Federal Court Extends Federal Jurisdiction to Métis and Non-Status Indians: No Impact to Resource Developers

A recent Federal Court decision clarifies and extends federal jurisdiction to Métis and non-status Indians. This ruling is significant because there could be broad financial and policy implications for the federal government....more

1/14/2013 - Federal Jurisdiction Land Developers Native American Issues

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