Annotated Guide to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (Print + ProView online)

Joseph Castrilli

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Past authors: Duncan J. Cameron, Daniel C. Blasioli and Michel Ares The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 is Canada's foremost and most complex environmental law. Annotated Guide to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act unravels the complications, offering a practical explanation of how each of the Act's more than 356 sections operate and relate to one another. This information is crucial for those charged with implementing the Act and for those who need to know how it can affect one's clients or business. The only annotated resource on the subject, it includes:

  • A section-by-section explanation of the entire Act
  • An analysis of key reported case law
  • A consolidation of the Act's six schedules
  • Annotations to the List of Toxic Substances
  • The text of key regulations, with commentary

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