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Effective November 14, 2017, the B.C. government amended the Recycling Regulation in six material respects:\

  • amended the “small producer” exemption to ensure producers of large...

The City of Victoria has passed a bylaw which, effective July 1, 2018, would:

• ban the distribution of single-use plastic shopping bags, except for a list of exemptions that includes...

The Nova Scotia Department of Environment has given itself a temporary reprieve from the ongoing challenge faced by its municipalities in finding new markets for / diminishing the use of plastic...

The Manitoba provincial government released its Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan on October 27, 2017, which is built on the strategic pillars of climate, jobs, water and nature, and...

Montreal’s Bylaw prohibiting the distribution of certain shopping bags in retail stores will come into effect on January 1st 2018. Many municipalities of the Montreal Metropolitan Community...

Textiles include apparel, footwear and accessories, bedding, linens and home décor as well as fabrics sold in bulk.

Why is it important?

  • Public Policy  Issue...

Nova Scotia’s Emergency Management Office is ramping up its response to the increasingly desperate water shortage in southwest Nova Scotia. ... “We will be sending bottled water...

On June 8, the Ontario government released its much anticipated five-year Climate Change Action plan to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and help move Ontario to a low-carbon economy. The plan is...

On May 11, the Yukon Government amended two regulations: the Beverage Container Regulation and the Designated Material Regulation. Information about changes to the Designated Materials Program (...

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