Impact Assessment: Changes & Implications for Major Projects – Montréal
Miller Thomson is pleased to invite you to join us for a complimentary seminar, followed by a reception on September 26, 2018. Presented by lawyers from our Environmental Law group, our speakers will focus on Canada’s proposed impact assessment (Bill C-69)...
Project Development: Environmental and Indigenous Considerations – Montreal
Le développement de tout projet d’envergure peut générer de nombreux enjeux en matière environnementale que ce soit au niveau de l’obtention des permis requis, de l’acceptabilité sociale, de la gestion des risques dans les contrats d’approvisionnement ou du financement. Le...
The Shifting Sands of Yukon’s Legal Landscape: Are You Prepared?
Legal certainty is a cornerstone to a healthy investment culture. In the last few years Yukon has seen a significant shift in its legal landscape with the introduction Bill S-6, numerous court challenges and unresolved Aboriginal land claims. There is...
Emerging Issues in Aboriginal Law as it Relates to Resource Development Activities
In recognition of Saskatchewan Mining Week 2014 we are pleased to present a seminar on “Emerging Issues in Aboriginal Law as it Relates to Resource Development Activities.” Our session focuses on understanding the legal risks and trends in case law...
Saskatchewan Mining Week
Miller Thomson’s Saskatoon Office hosts a Saskatchewan Mining Week Reception.
Miller Thomson’s Saskatoon office hosts a Mining Workshop.
Overview of the Regulatory Framework Regarding Water Usage and Disposal in Shale Gas Recovery
Teresa Meadows and Charles Bois present “An Overview of the Regulatory Framework Regarding Water Usage and Disposal in Shale Gas Recovery” at the Canadian Institute Conference, “Oil & Gas Water Management Strategies.”
Capturing an Opportunity: Emerging Developments in Climate Change Law
Miller Thomson’s Calgary Office hosts breakfast seminar entitled “Capturing an Opportunity: Emerging Developments in Climate Change Law and Policy for Alberta Business.”