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On October 13, the Supreme Court of Canada delivered its judgment finding that the federal Impact Assessment Act is unconstitutional. Join top environmental lawyers Anna Johnston and Stephen Hazell to hear why this wasn't the outcome Alberta was hoping for, and what Ottawa needs to do to get the Impact Assessment Act back in action.

As interveners in the case, Anna and Stephen will share their in-depth analysis and perspectives on the SCC’s opinion, as well as key takeaways for organizations, practitioners and individuals engaging with federal impact assessment. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A and discussion.

Monday, Oct. 30
10:00-11:00am PT / 1:00-2:00pm ET

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The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision on the constitutionality of the Impact Assessment Act has generated a lot of questions – and political commentary – about the federal government’s jurisdiction over environmental issues. How will the Court’s opinion impact the future of climate policy in Canada, especially as the government faces pushback from provinces?

Join top environmental lawyers Anna Johnston, David V. Wright and Anna McIntosh for an informative discussion of the judgment and what it means for climate action. As interveners in the case, these legal experts will share their perspectives on the shifting landscape for reviewing climate impacts in assessments, as well as the implications for new and existing climate policies like the government’s planned oil and gas emissions cap.

The webinar will also include a discussion and Q&A. 

Tuesday, Nov. 14
10:00-11:15am PT / 1:00-2:15pm ET

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