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A list of links to on-line articles and documents relevant to Provincial Environmental Legislation in Alberta is provided below.

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Blakes Overview of Environmental Law and Regulation in Alberta - 2003, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Canadian Environmental Law in 1999 – Alberta, by David Stanford and Roger Chouinard, McCarthy Tétrault.
“In 1999, the Government of Alberta continued its effort to simplify certain bureaucratic or duplicate procedures as well as its efforts to make environmental legislation and regulation more comprehensive.�

Chemical Management

Pesticides (FAQ 6) (pdf format), Environmental Law Centre, December 1998

Spill Reporting (FAQ 12) (pdf format), Environmental Law Centre, December 1998
“I have discovered there is some contamination on my property…Do I have to report it and if so, to whom?�


Landfills (FAQ 11) (pdf format), Environmental Law Centre, December 1998


The Tide Changes on Water Management, by Stephania Luciuk, Vantage-Winter 1999 Environmental Law Bulletin, MacCleod Dixon.
“Water management in Alberta is changing. Effective January 1, 1999, the new Water Act created a new water management regime in the province which is likely to affect most water consumers to varying degrees.�

Water Rights (FAQ 9) (pdf format), Environmental Law Centre, revised June 2001


Do It With Less Flare-Alberta Changes its Upstream Petroleum Flaring Requirements, by Alan Harvie, Vantage-Fall 1999 Environmental Law Bulletin, MacCleod Dixon.
“Operators of natural gas wells with flares in Alberta should be prepared to follow some new rules and to open their pocketbooks.�

Gas Wells and Seismic (FAQ 1) (pdf format), Environmental Law Centre, December 1998

Regional Sustainable Development Strategy For The Athabasca Oil Sands Area, by Alberta Environment - Northeast Boreal Region, July 1999
“Developed in partnership with regional stakeholders, the strategy provides a framework and process for addressing the areas's growing number of environmental issues, and for ensuring development is environmentally sustainable.�

Well Licensee the Likely Target of an Environmental Protection Order, by Sean Korney, MacCleod Dixon
“Sarg Oils Ltd. ("Sarg") and its President and principal shareholder Sergius Mankow ("Mankow") recently learned a hard environmental lesson on behalf of the oil and gas industry -- always ensure that your well licence transfers are registered.�


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