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The 2010 Budget Bill, under the Environmental Assessment heading, makes amendments to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. There will no longer be a federal assessment required for certain projects that receive national funding under certain program ...

An assessment is only required where the work is considered a project, as defined in section 2(1) of the Act. S 5(1) states an assessment is required where a federal authority, is the project proponent; provides financial assistance; sells, leases, dispos ...

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 ...

 Environmental Assessment Regulations for Newfoundland and Labrador.   Environmental Assessment Regulations, 2003, N.L.R. 54/03 (Regulations)

Environmental Impact Assessment Regulation (EIA Regulation) Environmental Assessment  regulations in New Brunswick.

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

Environment Act, R.S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1. The Sections on Environmental Assessment are found in Part IV of the Act.

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.

Environment Act, S.N.S. 1994-95, c. 1. Part X of the Environment Act has several different purposes. Firstly, it vests all watercourses in the Provincial Crown. It also establishes the Department of Environment as the lead agency of Government to promote ...




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