Understanding the new Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (CEAA) and how it relates to provincial environmental assessment and planning legislation is critical to the success of your energy, infrastructure and resource projects.
Obtaining approvals for these assessments can unlock valuable opportunities — but you may encounter challenges along the way.
View our presentation to gain a better understanding of the CEAA and learn how to successfully liaise with multiple government bodies, determine the full scope of your project and identify your consultation responsibilities with First Nations communities.
- Designated Projects
- NEB/CNSC Trigger
- CEA Agency Trigger
- Definition of “Designated Project”
- CEA Agency Screening
- Ministerial Trigger
- Federal Lands Trigger
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