The Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on its Jurisdiction to Assess Crown Aboriginal Consultation

January 4, 2017

posted in: Legal Updates

This comment discusses briefly the legal and policy context of the first Alberta Utilities Commission (“AUC”) Ruling addressing its jurisdiction to consider the adequacy of Crown Aboriginal consultation in the course of AUC proceedings.

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