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.
This Act seeks to protect the environment within New Brunswick. It deals with pesticide controls, designation of contaminants, restoration of land, wetland designation, coastal designation, solid waste commissions, and generation of electricity, among oth ...
This Act aims to protect the quality of water for a number of purposes, including drinking and recreation.
The Environment Act is Nova Scotia's primary piece of environmental legislation, and it establishes mechanisms for the governance of many environmental matters that are under provincial government control.
This Act details the administration of environmental protection agencies in Prince Edward Island, as well as the procedures for performing environmental impact assessments, waste treatment procedures, and the implementation of regulations.
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 The Act has been repealed, as Canada is no longer a party to the Kyoto Protocol.
Comprehensive guidelines for the management of Motive and Fuel Oil under the Environment Act. Details appropriate method for sale, storage, keeping inventory records, and pricing.
This provincial act aims to support and promote “the protection, enhancement and prudent use of the environment”. It sets forward the goals of maintaining the principles of sustainable development, including the principle of “ecological value,” and ensuri ...
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 Act regulates the sale, distribution, use, application, handling, storage and transport of pesticides within the Province of Prince Edward Island.
Details requirements for administration and membership of the Nova Scotia Round Table on Environment and Economy, which represents various sectors of the Province, including business, environmental, and aboriginal communities.