Claire R. Durocher

Associate | Montréal

514.871.5452

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Claire R. Durocher is an associate at Miller Thomson’s and practises in the Administrative law group (environmental law). Claire’s practice includes civil and penal litigation on environmental, municipal, expropriation and administrative issues, as well as counsel on environmental and regulatory matters, cannabis and  the governance of public institutions.

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Construction en milieux humides : quels sont les risques ?

Journal Constructo – 18 janvier 2018 La protection des milieux humides et hydriques connaît un intérêt croissant depuis les dernières années et celle-ci peut avoir des incidences importantes pour la planification de tout projet de construction puisque tous travaux de...

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Major Changes to Public Sector Procurement in Québec

On December 1, 2017, the National Assembly unanimously approved the Act to facilitate oversight of public bodies’ contracts and to establish the Autorité des marchés publics (the “Act”). This law represents the most significant change to Quebec’s public procurement regime...

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Québec Hints at Private Sector Retail and Distribution Framework for Cannabis

This past April, the federal government introduced Bill C-45, known as the Cannabis Act, and, if it is passed, the production, distribution and retail of recreational cannabis would become legal in Canada under strict regulation. Bill C-45 splits responsibility between...

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Québec Government Introduces Framework for Oil and Gas Exploration

In the early morning of December 10, 2016, the Québec legislature adopted the contentious Bill 106: An Act to implement the 2030 Energy Policy and to amend various legislative provisions. The main purpose of Bill 106 was to enact the Act respecting...

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Navigating Canada’s Federal and Provincial Climate Change Initiatives

November 2, 2016 – Special Edition of Miller Thomson’s EnviroNotes: This publication is intended as an overview of Canadian federal and provincial climate change initiatives and their potential impact on businesses. The laws, regulations and policies discussed in this overview...

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