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Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, S.C. 1999, c. 33, Part IX (Government Operations and Federal and Aboriginal Land). Section 212(1) of the Act sets out the the duty to remediate after the release of a substance in contravention of a regulation ...

This Act seeks to protect the environment within New Brunswick. It has sections dealing with Pesticides control, designation of contaminants, restoration of land, wetland designation, coastal designation, solid waste commissions, generation of electricity ...

Goal is to protect the quality of water for a number of purposes, such as drinking and recreation, in the province. Grants the province control over all water resources in the province. Prohibits the release of contaminants, directly and indirectly, into ...

The purpose of this Act is to protect, manage, and enhance the environment.   Section 9 discusses Environmental Assessment.

Guidelines for the Management of Contaminated Sites in Nova Scotia. These Guidelines outline the Department of Environment and Labour's intended approach to managing contaminated sites, whether formally designated under the Environment Act or not. The G ...

Domestic Fuel Oil Spill Policy . Under Part VI of the Environment Act, a person who releases a substance that has caused, is causing, or can cause adverse environmental effects is responsible for cleaning it up at their own cost. In other words, a reside ...

Environment Act, S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1, Part VIII. The Act establishes a process for the designation and remediation of contaminated sites in Part VIII (sections 85). The Sections about Environmental Assessment are found in Part IV of the Act.




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