Ontario and Quebec’s Proposals to Regulate Excavated Soils – What You Need To Know

October 16, 2019 - October 17, 2019 | John R. Tidball, Claire R. Durocher, Tamara Farber, Adina Georgescu | Montréal, Vaughan

The management of soils excavated in construction projects is a growing concern to a development industry challenged with finding acceptable reuse locations. Concerns with the quality of excavated soils, and the traceability of contaminated soil in an unregulated environment, have caused the Governments of Ontario and Quebec to propose new regulations that will impose new requirements for the management of excess soils.

This seminar discusses Ontario and Quebec’s proposed new soil regulatory regimes and proposes strategies to best prepare for and reconcile potential risk.

This year’s session will feature John Tidball and Claire R. Durocher, who will cover the spectrum of this hot topic, and will be moderated in Vaughan by Tamara Farber and in Montreal by Adina Georgescu.

Join us on October 16 in our Vaughan office or October 17 in our Montreal office.

Register and access the invitation in English and French

Continuing Professional Development

Ontario: This program is eligible for up to 1.5 Substantive Hour(s)
Barreau du Québec: Consider adding 1.5 hour to your online CPD plan.

Event dates

October 16, 2019 - October 17, 2019