Compiled by Hugh
Fri Feb 9, 2018 10:20am


Global News CAN Feb 8 9:01 am
Catherine McKenna to unveil new environmental assessment process for resource projects
government will unveil a long-promised overhaul today of the environmental assessment process for major projects. The announcement comes as

660News CAN Feb 8 10:03 am
New assessment regime gives energy projects 2-year approval window
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, who tabled the 341-page Impact Assessment Act, says it will provide clarity and certainty about how

Canadian Insider CAN Feb 8 10:53 am
Government of Canada takes steps to ensure a clean environment and strong economy
assessments: We will be replacing the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012, with the Impact Assessment Act, and expanding the types

NationTalk CAN Feb 8 12:05 pm
York U expert can discuss feds’ changes to environmental assessments
since its beginning. He made submissions to the Expert Panel on Environmental Assessment Reform, and was the author of a discussion paper on

NewsCaf CAN Feb 8 11:08 am
Liberals: Energy Projects To Be Assessed On Science, Indigenous Rights
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, who tabled the 341-page Impact Assessment Act, says it will provide clarity and certainty about how


Radio Canada International (en) Levon Sevunts CAN Feb 8 11:01 am
Canada to ban capture of dolphins, whales
, in distress or in need of care.” Canada gets a new Fisheries Act – more environmental protection, Indigenous input There are only two

NationTalk CAN Feb 8 12:05 pm
BC Regional Chief Terry Teegee Welcomes Amendments To The Fisheries Act
in Musqueam Territory next week and these amendments to the federal Fisheries Act will be further discussed as well as other items such as

Electrical Industry Canada CAN Feb 8 11:44 am
Statement by Canadian Electricity Association on Bill C-68
C-68 is a missed opportunity for the federal government to anchor the Fisheries Act on a reasonable, population-based approach rather than


Ottawa Citizen CAN Feb 8 9:17 am
Ottawa unveils law to overhaul how energy projects are assessed
industry players have complained it can take years for a review to be completed. © Thomson Reuters 2018 Canadian National Energy Board

BOE Report CAN Feb 8 9:37 am
Canada, facing protests, seeks to overhaul pipeline assessments
called a more transparent national energy regulator to replace the National Energy Board, which critics complain is too close to the

The Canadian Business Journal CAN Feb 8 10:07 am
National Energy Board Being Terminated
CBJ — The federal government has announced it will scrap the National Energy Board and will instead look to streamline the approval process

Medicine Hat News CAN Feb 8 10:02 am
New energy projects get two-year approval window under new assessment regime
the Canadian Energy Regulator – the new name of the current National Energy Board. Smaller projects that have fewer assessment requirements

Daily Oil Bulletin Elsie Ross CAN Feb 8 11:23 am
Feds Seek To Overhaul Pipeline Assessments
The National Energy Board (NEB) would be replaced by a new Canadian Energy Regulator still located in Calgary under proposed new rules


InfoTel News Ashley Legassic CAN Feb 8 6:00 am
'Need to get on with it:' Ottawa promises more action on species at risk law
already announced changes to the Fisheries Act and reforms are soon expected to the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. McLean argued

BC Business Magazine Nathan Caddell CAN Feb 8 6:49 am
A conversation with B.C. Indian Chiefs president Stewart Phillip
he would do a complete teardown of the Canadian environmental assessment process and the National Energy Board approval process. And then he

FVN – Fraser Valley News Don Lehn CAN Feb 8 9:32 am
New Fed Rules On Energy Projects – Get It Approved Within Two Years
on Thursday. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna tabled the 341-page Impact Assessment Act. It is supposed to provide clarity on how the

NewsCaf CAN Feb 8 11:33 am
Government reveals far-reaching new review process for major resource projects
(IACC), which will replace the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency. The National Energy Board will be renamed the Canadian Energy

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