More interjurisdictional disputes over the environment expected in Canada, law conference hears

Canadians should brace themselves for more interjurisdictional disputes – especially between Ottawa and the provinces – amid a fast-changing, often-contentious environmental regulatory landscape, experts told a conference in Calgary. Read more »





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