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Action Alert: Canadian Environmental Assessment Act

The Harper Government has not budgeted for the five million dollars that was committed to implement last November's Cabinet Directive for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. The Directive (posted online at http://www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca/013/010/directives_e.htm), prioritizes the delivery of high quality environmental assessments in a predictable, certain and timely manner, while recognizing the need for strong leadership from the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the federal environmental assessment coordinator.

The Directive bills itself as an initial step towards achieving consolidation of the federal environmental assessment process and aims to: Read more about Action Alert: Canadian Environmental Assessment Act

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Energy Utility Board fails to revise Guide 60 in a timely manner

Prairie Acid Rain Coalition

September 24, 2006

The Energy Utilities Board (EUB) has failed to revise their Flaring Guide 60 in a timely manner.

In September 2004, CASA — the Clean Air Strategic Alliance — approved recommendations to further reduce flaring and venting in Alberta. The EUB was a member of the Project Team that made the recommendations to CASA. The EUB agreed to the timelines set out in the recommendations. Read more about Energy Utility Board fails to revise Guide 60 in a timely manner

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