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Legislative Reconciliation and Indigenous Rights of Self-Government: Reference re An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families

By: Robert Hamilton Case Commented on: Reference re An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families, 2024 SCC 5 (CanLII) (“SCC Reference”). PDF Version: Legislative Reconciliation and Indigenous Rights of Self-Government: Reference re An Act respecting … Continue reading →

Misunderstanding Cooperative Federalism: Environment and Climate Change Canada Unreasonably Failed to Protect Migratory Bird Habitat

By: Drew Yewchuk Case Commented on: Western Canada Wilderness Committee v Canada (Environment and Climate Change), 2024 FC 167 (CanLII) PDF Version: Misunderstanding Cooperative Federalism: Environment and Climate Change Canada Unreasonably Failed to Protect Migratory Bird Habitat Western Canada Wilderness … Continue reading →

An Open Letter to Premier Danielle Smith Re: “Preserving choice for children and youth” Announcement

Matter Commented On: Government of Alberta, News Release, “Preserving choice for children and youth” (1 February 2024) PDF Version: An Open Letter to Premier Danielle Smith Re: “Preserving choice for children and youth” Announcement Editor’s Note: This post is a … Continue reading →

Utility Law Meets Net Zero

By: Nigel Bankes Decisions Commented on: Ontario Energy Board, “Decision and Order, EB-2022-0200, Enbridge Gas Inc, Application for 2024 Rates – Phase 1”, December 21, 2023 [Enbridge Decision]; British Columbia Utilities Commission, “FortisBC Energy Inc. Application for Certificate of Public … Continue reading →

Grading the AER Liability Management Performance Report

By: Shaun Fluker, Drew Yewchuk, and Martin Olszynski Report Commented On: Liability Management Performance Report PDF Version: Grading the AER Liability Management Performance Report On January 17, 2024 the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) published a Liability Management Performance Report. This … Continue reading →