Category: Industries

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Canadian LNG from a Global Perspective

June 28, 2016

The next several months are set to be an important period for Canada’s nascent liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. After nearly half a decade of project announcements, commercial development, increasing press coverage and often intense political debate, it is expected that the remainder of 2016 could see one or more of the country’s first affirmative LNG final investment decisions.  

Amendments to Canada’s Anti-Money Laundering Legislation: The First Step

June 27, 2016

On June 17, 2016, the federal government quietly released the final version of the long-awaited amended general regulations (Regulations) under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA). For the most part, the final Regulations are similar to the July 2015 draft regulations. They will be published in the June 29, 2016 Canada Gazette, Part II. Currently,…

Predictions for Alberta’s Renewable Electricity Program

June 23, 2016

The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) has been tasked with developing and implementing a plan to significantly increase renewable electricity generation capacity in the province from 11 per cent to 30 per cent of Alberta’s total generation capacity by 2030. The AESO recently provided its recommendations regarding its proposed renewable electricity program (REP) to the Alberta government.

Ontario’s Large Renewable Procurement Program Recharges for Phase II, RFQ Stage Expected in August

June 14, 2016

Renewable power developers can expect to see a draft of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for phase two of Ontario’s Large Renewable Procurement program (LRP II), before the end of June 2016. Ontario’s Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) has announced that the draft LRP II RFQ is expected to be posted by June 23 for stakeholder and community feedback. IESO…

Drones are Taking Off in Canada: 3 Things to Know

June 10, 2016

With drones advancing at an accelerated rate, there is some uncertainty regarding their operation in Canada. As a result, the Canadian government is taking further action towards the regulation of drones. Here are three things you need to know: 1. UAVs Must Meet Equivalent Safety Levels that Exist for Manned Aircraft Transport Canada Aviation (TCA) is responsible for aeronautical safety in Canada….

Ontario Announces Five-Year Climate Change Action Plan

June 10, 2016

On June 8, 2016, the Ontario government (Government) released a five-year Climate Change Action Plan (Action Plan), which builds on the Government’s Climate Change Strategy released in November 2015, that set the long-term vision for meeting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets. The Action Plan outlines the key actions the Government will take to combat climate change at a cost…

Pay When Paid Clauses: How Do They Hold Up?

June 9, 2016

Courts in Alberta and Ontario have recently released two notable decisions on “pay when paid” clauses: Sprague Rosser Contracting Co. Ltd. v. EOS Pipeline & Facilities Inc., (EOS Pipeline) and 6157734 Canada Inc. v. Bluelime Enterprises Inc. (Bluelime Enterprises). In EOS Pipeline, one of the only-reported Alberta decisions on pay when paid clauses, the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta…

Of Formal Offers and Multipliers: Court of Appeal Explains Costs Consequences in Key Oil and Gas Decision

June 7, 2016

In Stewart Estate v. TAQA North Ltd, (Decision) the Alberta Court of Appeal (Court) released its costs decision after a complex and lengthy appeal involving multiple appellants and respondents involved in a dispute regarding the termination of oil and gas leases and wrongful production. The Decision has important and discrete implications regarding the determination of costs sustained during the course…

Default Interest Rates on Mortgages Structured as Discounts for Timely Payment Prohibited by Section 8 of Interest Act

May 31, 2016

Section 8 of the Interest Act (Canada) (Section 8) prevents lenders from charging a higher rate of interest after default on a mortgage of real property than that charged prior to default. In other words, if a mortgage with a rate of interest of five per cent during its term is increased to 10 per cent should the borrower fail…

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