Municipal Law & Construction Law Joint | North 

Feb. 15, 2023
Edmonton AB

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Constructive Takings: When does a municipality need to pay?

Join Malcolm Lavoie and Adrienne Funk, counsel for the Canadian Constitution Foundation in the recent decision of Annapolis Group Inc. v. Halifax Regional Municipality to discuss the test for constructive taking (de facto expropriation) set out in Annapolis Group Inc. v. Halifax Regional Municipality and relevant case law out of Alberta including Three Sisters Mountain Village Properties Ltd v. Canmore (Town), 2022 ABQB 511.


Malcolm Lavoie, (Hons) (UBC), MSc (LSE), BCL, LLB (McGill), LLM, SJD (Harvard) (University of Alberta / Miller Thomson LLP)
Adrienne Funk (Miller Thomson LLP)


Date:  Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Time: 12:00 Noon (MT)
CBA Alberta Edmonton Office
1501 Rice Howard Place, Tower 2 | 10060 Jasper Avenue NW, Edmonton
(formerly known as Scotia Place Tower)


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