Implications of the Impact Assessment Act 

Dec. 4, 2020
Online

CBA NEERLS & Department of Justice Online Symposium

Implications of the Impact Assessment Act


All sessions will be presented in English only.
This is the 1st webinar in the CBA NEERLS & Department of Justice Online Symposium.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4
(Times listed in Eastern Standard Time)

11:30 am – 1:00 pm Implications of the Impact Assessment Act

This interdisciplinary panel will discuss key challenges and opportunities stemming from changes to the assessment of resource projects under the IAA. Discussions will include fulfilling pre-planning requirements, assessing for climate change impacts and sustainability, and considering impacts on the rights of Indigenous peoples. The new “public interest” test will be considered.

Presenters


Sarah D Hansen, partner Miller Thomspon LLP’s Vancouver office
Anna Johnston, Staff Lawyer at West Coast Environmental Law
Qassim Saddique, Principal, Suslop
Brent Parker. Acting Vice-President, Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
Justyna Laurie-Lean, Vice President, Environment and Regulatory Affairs, The Mining Association of Canada

 

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    DATE & TIME
    December 4, 2020
    11:30am-1:00pm Eastern Time

    FORMAT
    Webinar

    COST
    CBA Members: FREE
    Justice Canada Personnel: FREE*
    Other Government: $110
    Non-Members: $220
    Plus applicable taxes

    *Justice Canada Personnel, please contact Louise Rocheleau for assistance.

    You can purchase the full program at a package rate.

    All sessions will be presented in English only. On-demand recordings will not be provided.

 

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