Terri-Lee Oleniuk

Terri-Lee Oleniuk

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

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Status of Canadian Resource Revenue Transparency Reporting

In June 2013, Prime Minister Harper announced that within two years the federal government would establish mandatory reporting standards for Canadian extractive companies to enhance transparency on the payments they make to...more

10/16/2014 - Canada Extractive Industry Transparency Rule Resource Extraction Transparency

Appellate Court Recognizes and Protects Litigation Privilege in a Regulatory Investigation

An appellate court recently concluded that litigation privilege may be appropriately claimed by a target of a regulatory investigation. The Court in TransAlta Corporation v Market Surveillance Administrator reaffirmed the...more

6/23/2014 - Litigation Privilege Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Right to Privacy

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

Ontario’s Highest Court Confirms Province Has Exclusive Right to “Take Up” Crown Land

On March 18, 2013, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that Ontario has the right to “take up” Crown land for mining and forestry without federal authorization. This ruling confirms that in exercising its rights and powers...more

3/26/2013 - Canada Federalism Forestry Mining

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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