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Aird & Berlis Lawyers Named in Lexpert Special Edition: Energy 2020 By Fred D. Cass, Ron W. Clark and David Stevens Nov 16, 2020 Aird & Berlis partners Fred Cass, Ron Clark and David Stevens are among the leading lawyers named... Aird & Berlis partners Fred Cass, Ron Clark and David Stevens are among the leading lawyers named in the Lexpert Special Edition: Energy 2020.

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Implementation of New Ontario Electricity Transmission Rates Delayed Due to COVID-19 Pandemic By Fred D. Cass Aug 04, 2020 The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) issued a decision on July 30, 2020 approving 2020 Uniform Transmis... The Ontario Energy Board (OEB) issued a decision on July 30, 2020 approving 2020 Uniform Transmission Rates (UTRs) for the six licensed electricity transmitters in Ontario that currently recover their revenues through the UTRs. As noted in the decision, the OEB ap...

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Ontario Consults on Removing Timing Requirements for Next Long-Term Energy Plan By David Stevens and Benjamin Mayer-Goodman Jul 31, 2020 On July 27, 2020, the Ontario government issued a proposal to remove the timing requirements for ... On July 27, 2020, the Ontario government issued a proposal to remove the timing requirements for releasing Ontario’s next Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP) by revoking Ontario Regulation 355/17 (the Long-Term Energy Plans Regulation).
Federal Court of Appeal Dismisses Challenges to Cabinet Approval of Trans Mountain Expansion Project By David Stevens Feb 10, 2020 On February 4, the Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) released its decision in Coldwater First Nation v. Canada (Attorney General), dismissing judicial review applications challenging the federal Cabinet’s approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project.
Federal Government Issues Discussion Paper About Modernizing Energy Project Review Processes By David Stevens Jul 07, 2017 On June 29, 2017, the Federal Government released a Discussion Paper on Environmental and Regulatory Reviews. As set out in its “Purpose” statement, the Discussion Paper “outlines the changes that the Government is considering for Canada’s environmental assessment ...
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