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This Nova Scotia regulation pertains to the handling of ozone layer reducing substances and was made under the Environment Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1). The regulation also sets out a list of prohibited substances under the act.


These Regulations, created under the Nova Scotia Environment Act, classify bodies of water, pesticides, municipal wastes, dangerous goods, and industrial materials as they apply under the Act


This regulation was made under the Environment Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1), and puts forward offences, limits, emission caps, reports, and ministerial duties as it pertains to air pollutants for the province of Nova Scotia.


These Reguations detail the process by which professional agents must create and submit applications to determine whether the impact on the environment of their activity conforms with regulations under Nova Scotia's Environment Act.


This Act was created to provide for the protection of beaches and associated dune systems, provide for the regulation and enforcement of land-use activities on beaches, and to control recreation and uses of beaches that can harm the beaches and dune syste ...


This Nova Scotia act amends the Wilderness Areas Protection Act. Specifically, it allows for off-highway vehicle use on existing trails within designated wilderness areas, it requires that “management plans for wilderness areas be enacted and adopted” and ...


A provincial law that facilitates the creation of a voluntary legal agreement between a landowner and another eligible body in order to limit the use of land in order to protect ts conservation values.


A conservation easement is an agreement between a land owner and an eligible body that grants rights or imposes obligations on the easement holder, owner, or both for the purpose of protecting, restoring or enhancing the land. This is a useful tool for pr ...


This Act identifies provincial policies for the development of Crown land in Nova Scotia. It sets out requirementns for certain forest management techniques, including consideration of the impact development has on wildlife and outdoor recreation in the p ...


These Regulations, created under the Nova Scotia Pipeline Act, grant jurisdiction over management of the pipeline for the Deep Panuke Project to the National Energy Board.


Regulations made under Nova Scotia's Conservation Easements Act to define the term "eligible bodies", referenced in Section 16 of that Act.


This Act governs the creation, sale, distribution, and supervision of electricity and electricity providers in the province of Nova Scotia. 


This Act exists to protect, designate, recover, and conserve species at risk in Nova Scotia. It also seeks to protect their habitats.


This Act governs the creation and use of energy resources with the goal of promoting conservation and preventing waste.


These Regulations specify the types of activities controlled by the Environment Act that must be performed in accordance with specifications, including the need to obtain approval, the need to notify government bodies of activities, and appropriate q ...


These Nova Scotia regulations are made under section 49 of the Environmental Act (S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1), and along with that act provide a framework for environmental assessment to be administered by the Environmental Assessment Administrator as described ...


This Act exists to ensure that every person in Nova Scotia whose land is expropriated is compensated. 


These Regulations set out procedures for expropriation by the Government of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Power, Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Co., the Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission, Municipalities, the Halifax Public Service Commission, or any corpor ...


The purpose of this Act is to protect farmers in Nova Scotia who are engaged in normal farm practices from being sued in nuisance or negligence.


This Act details the structure and administration of forest management programs, along with requirements for buyers and developers of forest industries, with the overall goal of increasing forest health and industrial yield.