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Canadian Environmental Assessment Act: An Annotated Guide (Print + ProView online)
By: Beverly Hobby, B.Sc., LL.B.
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Past Contributors: Daniel Ricard, Marie Bourry and Joseph de Pencier This looseleaf service contains all the current case law and legislation and is your one-stop resource for a clear and complete understanding of the legislation and policies governing this area of law. Written by a team of experts who helped develop the Act, this resource includes:
  • The historical context in which the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act was proclaimed
  • A detailed and practical commentary of each section of the Act with cross-references to other sections and regulations
  • A useful summary of relevant case law and cases pending before the courts
  • A useful summary of all important legal procedural issues addressed by the courts
  • The text of the main regulations, and more!
Canadian Environmental Assessment Act: An Annotated Guide is regularly updated with new case law, recent and proposed changes to the Act and recent and proposed changes to relevant regulations.

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About the Author
Beverly J. Hobby, B.Sc., LL.B. As drafting instructor for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA), Ms. Hobby has played a central role in the development of the legislation since 1990. As counsel to the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office (now the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency), she provided legal advice on the preparation of the Bill throughout its policy development and drafting stage, and guided the Bill through the legislative process in the House of Commons and the Senate.

Currently, Ms. Hobby provides advice to federal government departments and agencies on environmental law and Aboriginal consultation. A lawyer with a background and work experience in biology and engineering, she has provided numerous legal opinions on CEAA and has given scores of presentations on the Act to lawyers, environmental consultants, engineers, planners, and federal, provincial and municipal governments across Canada.