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Legislative Update Report No. 2014-07

In This Issue: - Federal Government - Alberta - British Columbia - Manitoba - New Brunswick - Newfoundland - Northwest Territories - Nova Scotia - Nunavut - Ontario - Prince Edward...more

R. v. Courtice Auto Wreckers Limited: Determining the Appellate Route from a Stay of Proceedings Under the Provincial Offences Act...

In its March 11, 2014 decision in R. v. Courtice Auto Wreckers Limited, the Ontario Court of Appeal considered a discrete but important issue in appellate practice: what appeal route should be undertaken by the Crown when it...more

Former Directors and Officers of Bankrupt Company Reach $4.75 Million Settlement with the Ministry of Environment over Cleanup...

On October 28, 2013, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) announced that it had reached a settlement with the former directors and officers of Northstar Aerospace whereby those former directors and officers agreed to...more

“When in Doubt, Report” – the Supreme Court of Canada Broadens the Application of Ontario’s Environmental Protection Act

On October 17, 2013, in Castonguay Blasting Ltd. v. Ontario (Environment), 2013 SCC 52, the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed the appeal of Castonguay Blasting Ltd. (Castonguay) from a decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal...more

Legislative Update Report No. 2013-11: June 14, 2013

In This Article: Federal Government; Alberta; British Columbia; Manitoba; New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Northwest Territories; Nova Scotia; Nunavut; Ontario; Prince Edward Island; Québec/Quebec; Saskatchewan; and...more

Appeal Court Confirms That Innocent Party Must Clean Up Pollution

In a decision in Kawartha Lakes (City) v. Ontario (Environment), on May 10, 2013, the Ontario Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed the appeal of the City of Kawartha Lakes (the City), which sought to overturn a decision of...more

Ontario Court Recognizes “Light” as a Contaminant Under the Environmental Protection Act

In February 2013, Justice Green of the Ontario Court of Justice held that sunlight reflected from a building can be considered a contaminant under the Ontario Environmental Protection Act (EPA). Justice Green’s ruling, while...more

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