Supreme Court rules federal environmental law regulation unconstitutional.

On Friday, October 13 Canada’s Supreme Court ruled against federal legislation on the environmental effects of major projects. Chief Justice Richard Wagner wrote “The scheme invites the federal government to […]
Published on October 13, 2023

On Friday, October 13 Canada’s Supreme Court ruled against federal legislation on the environmental effects of major projects. Chief Justice Richard Wagner wrote “The scheme invites the federal government to make decisions in respect of projects that it has no jurisdiction to regulate.”

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