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www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2008/2008nssc160/2008nssc160.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. While clearing trees on his property, Mr. Marriott and a friend discovered a number of metal canisters that contained pesticide pellets. When the friend asked if he could take the canisters to recy ...

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This application was heard before the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board ("NSUARB"). Nova Scotia Power Inc. ("NSPI) applied to the NSUARB for an approval that would allow it to receive provincial funding to assist with the refurbishment of the Tusket R ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. Ogden Martin Systems of Nova Scotia Ltd. (“Ogden Martin”) entered into a contract with the Metropolitan Authority to construct and operate a waste disposal and power generation facility. The contrac ...

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Ogden Martin Systems of Nova Scotia Ltd. (“Ogden Martin”) entered into a contract with the Metropolitan Authority to construct and operate a waste disposal and power generation facility. The contra ...

novascotia.ca/just/regulations/regs/envsewage.htm

 These Regulations govern the installation and use of on-site sewage disposal systems in Nova Scotia.

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. The plaintiffs in this case applied for an injunction to restrain Nova Scotia Forest Industries (“NSFI”) from spraying phenoxy herbicides in certain forested areas in Nova Scotia. NSFI had previous ...

www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2010/2010nssc112/2010nssc112.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Park Place Centre Ltd. (“Park Place”) owned and operated a complex in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Ultramar Ltd. (“Ultramar”) delivered oil to the complex on a weekly basis. Ultramar employed G& ...

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Park Place Centre Ltd. (“Park Place”) owned and operated a complex in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and Ultramar Ltd. (“Ultramar”) delivered oil to the complex on a weekly basis. Ultramar employed G& ...

www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2010/2010nssc277/2010nssc277.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. In 1999, Parker Mountain Aggregates (“Parker”) secured an approval to operate a quarry in Bloomington, Nova Scotia. When Parker applied for a renewal of that permit ten years later, the Department ...

www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2011/2011nssc134/2011nssc134.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. In 1999, Parker Mountain Aggregates (“Parker”) secured an approval to operate a quarry in Bloomington, Nova Scotia. When Parker applied for a renewal of that permit ten years later, the Department ...

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. In 1999, Parker Mountain Aggregates (“Parker”) secured an approval to operate a quarry in Bloomington, Nova Scotia. When Parker applied for a renewal of that permit ten years later, the Department ...

www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2018/2018nssc306/2018nssc306.h...

This application was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, and it occurred after the decision in Pictou Landing First Nation v Nova Scotia (Attorney General), 2014 NSSC 61. The circumstances of the case were as follows: Northern Pulp Nova Scoti ...

www.canlii.org/en/ns/nssc/doc/2004/2004nssc206/2004nssc206.h...

This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Ms. Pinsonnault-Flinn purchased a property in 1999 and soon afterwards learned that the property was severely contaminated. When the situation came to the attention of the Department of Environment ...

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This case was heard in the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Soon after the Praczes purchased a new home, inclement weather caused their oil tank to tip over, and oil was spilled on the property. The Praczes notified Esso Home Comfort ("Esso"), their oil sup ...

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This case was heard in the Small Claims Court of Nova Scotia. Puddingstone Incorporated ("Puddingstone") leased a basement apartment to the respondents, Ms. Chambers and Ms. Baxendale. The apartment was next to the building’s furnace room, and both tenan ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court and followed the motion in R. v. McDonald, 2003 NSPC 34. The Defendant was one of a number of Indigenous fishermen who were charged with obstruction, assault, and uttering threats after fisheri ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Appeal Division.  The appellant, William Raymond Cope, was charged and at trial convicted of possessing more trout than was permitted under Nova Scotia's Fishery Regulations. Mr. Cope was Mi'kmaw ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The defendant, Peter Francis, was a Mi’kmaw fisherman engaged in a lobster fishery who had been charged under the Atlantic Fishery Regulations with fishing for lobsters without being auth ...

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This case was heard in the Nova Scotia Provincial Court. The applicants were a group of Mi'kmaw fishers who were members of either the Indian Brook Reserve or the Acadian Band. The group had been fishing lobster in St. Mary's Bay and were charged under t ...

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The case was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The Appellant, Jack Leonard Hatfield, was charged with hunting without a license and possessing a deer carcass, which were activities prohibited by Nova Scotia's Wildlife Act. In his defence,  ...