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This document summarizes a typical upstream project, and highlights the environmental consequences potentially associated with each step.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the LRA and to outline the obligations placed upon charitable organisations. Secondly, we will examine the relationship between the LRA and charitable tax status.
The purpose of the Draft Community Charter is to provide more autonomy to, and require accountability from, municipalities. This allows municipalities to craft place-specific solutions that respond to local conditions.
We agree with the authors of the Discussion Paper that there are some significant problems with the current Act and its regulations.
The impacts of the Forest and Range Practices Act will be:
On September 21, 2002, the BC government announced a sweeping review of the Waste Management Act, the law that regulates polluters in BC.
Changes discussed in the first of three discussion papers could mean that:
This brief contains the comments of West Coast Environmental Law in regard to the Interim Report of the Advisory Panel on Contaminated Sites, released on September 3, 2002. The panel was appointed by Joyce Murray, Minister of Water, Land and Air
The BC government introduced Bill 54 in the Legislature May 15th; this Bill amends 23 different statutes. Our focus here is on amendments to 3 laws that will have an impact on how the mining industry conducts itself in BC.