Canadian Environmental Law Guide 2019

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The Canadian Environmental Law Guide provides information on the laws and regulations of Canada’s federal government and the leading industrial provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario. The guide presents an overview of the major environmental legislation in force and then provides a detailed analysis of the legislation by topic for each of these four jurisdictions.

The most comprehensive guide of its kind, the Canadian Environmental Law Guide is used by manufacturers of all sizes, attorneys, government departments (local, provincial, and federal), municipalities, associations, colleges and universities, libraries, and anyone in the United States who plans to conduct business in Canada where environmental laws and regulations apply.


Written in plain language with clear explanations of technical and legal terms offers detailed information on:

  • Major federal and provincial acts
  • System of precedence between the federal and provincial jurisdictions
  • Enforcement systems in place
  • Obtaining permits and approvals
  • Meeting compliance requirements
  • Applicable penalties

Explains how regulations apply in a workplace situation by relating them to specific topics

Incorporates citations to statutes and regulations

Includes newsletter with each update

Topic Areas

  • Compliance requirements
  • Enforcement system
  • Major Acts
  • Penalties
  • Permit and approval system
  • System of precedence between jurisdictions
  • Environmental impact assessment
  • Climate change
  • Major environmental legislation
  • Pesticides
  • Releases to air
  • Releases to land
  • Releases to water
  • Spills and compensation
  • Transportation
  • Worker protection


Overviews and Detailed Analysis – Provides an overview of the major environmental legislation in force in each jurisdiction, followed by a detailed analysis of legislation by topic for each jurisdiction.

Supplementary Materials – Includes extensive supplementary materials, such as permit application forms, lists of toxic substances governed by the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, and the various authorities’ contact addresses and phone numbers.

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