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Tags: Federal


This federal Act pertains to the office of the Auditor General of Canada and the promotion of sustainable development monitoring and reporting. Specifically, the Act puts forward the duties and powers of the office of the Auditor General, and it also defi ...



This federal Act establishes the creation of the Canada Emission Reduction Incentives Agency under the principle that “the reduction or removal of greenhouse gases is necessary to fight climate change and can also result in cleaner air, achieve other envi ...



This federal Act sets out processes for federal environmental assessments and identifies the activities that will trigger such assessments.



Canada's Kyoto Protocol Implementation Act was the domestic tool by which Canada's treaty commitments under the Kyoto Protocol were transformed into domestic law. The Act has been repealed, as Canada is no longer a party to the Kyoto Protocol.



The purpose of these federal regulations is to reduce air pollutants created by “on-road vehicle and engines” via the establishment of emission limits. The regulations establish emission standards and test procedures in accordance with the Canadian Enviro ...


This is a presentation for the 2010 ECELAW Summary Series by Derek Simon on Protected Areas. It covers jurisdiction over protected areas (provincial, federal, and aboriginal), provincial and federal management, and which protection option is best.



The Kyoto Protocol is an international agreement emerging from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Its signatories commit to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reporting and reductions and are expected to take steps domestically to achi ...