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  • Amendment N.S. Reg. 8/2019 Solid Waste-Resource Management Regulations

    février 25, 2019  -  Nova Scotia

    Order in Council 2019-2 dated January 15, 2019
    Amendment to regulations made by the Governor in Council
    pursuant to Section 102 of the Environment Act
    The Governor in Council on the report and recommendation of the Minister of Environment dated November
    29, 2018, and pursuant to Section 102 of Chapter 1 of the Acts of 1994-95, the Environment Act, is pleased to
    amend the Solid Waste-Resource Management Regulations, N.S. Reg. 25/1996, made by the Governor in
    Council by Order in Council 96-79 dated February 6, 1996, to remove the ban on acceptance of designated
    materials at thermal treatment facilities and to clarify that “waste diversion” includes energy recovery, in the
    manner set forth in Schedule “A” attached to and forming part of the report and recommendation, effective on
    and after January 15, 2019.

    Source: Government of Nova Scotia. (2019). Royal Gazette. Retrieved from https://www.novascotia.ca/just/regulations/rg2/2019/RG2-2019-02-01.pdf

  • Weathering the Storm (English and French Version)

    février 13, 2019  -  Risk and Resilience

    Development of a Canadian Standard for Flood Resilient Communities in Canada.

    Resource: Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation (2019)

  • A Made-in-Ontario Environment Plan

    décembre 18, 2018  -  Ontario

    As per the MECP, EBR 013-4208 Post, the Proposed Plan reflects on the Government of Ontario’s commitment to address challenges in the protection of land, air, water, waste, and help Ontarians reduce GHG emissions and prepare them for Climate Change.

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