The Site C Dam and the Peace Valley Landowners Association
October 17, 2016
posted in: Legal Updates
British Columbia Court of Appeal affirms that environmental assessment legislation should not be interpreted narrowly, and that Courts must not allow environmental legislation to be emasculated through unduly narrow interpretation.
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