Canada’s current environmental assessment law: a tear-down not a reno

Pipeline - Coating crew Enbridge woodland south crew, jasonwoodhead23, CC BY 2.0
“Pipeline – Coating crew Enbridge woodland south crew” by jasonwoodhead23  ⁄  CC BY 2.0

There are at least ten good reasons why Ottawa should redesign our current federal environmental law statute—the CEAA, 2012— from scratch, writes Chris Tollefson, Professor of Law at the University of Victoria. Recently published in the journal Policy Options, Professor Tollefson argues that Canadians have lost trust in federal environmental assessment law. Read more at:

Posted: July 14, 2016

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