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This report examines the Government of Canada’s legislation that may impact oil sands environmental management in Alberta. It focuses on the evolution, and current state of, pertinent federal legislative Acts in the environmental, natural resource, and energy policy sectors. As detailed below,...
Contains the following chapters: SUPPLY & DEMAND - Seaton-Jordan & Associates Ltd. URBAN GROWTH IMPLICATIONS OF CORRIDOR TERMINAL LOCATION - K.C. Mackenzie Associates Ltd. IMPACTS OF PETROCHEMICALS ON ATHABASCA TAR SANDS CORRIDORS & TERMINALS - Hydrocarb Consultants Ltd. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF...
Bicycle helmet use and bicyclists head injuries before and after helmet legislation in Alberta CanadaDownload
Bicycle activity in Canada is common and unfortunately, can result in injuries, hospitalization and even death. Bicycle helmets reduce severe head injuries. Both promotional activities and helmet legislation have been used in several countries to increase helmet wearing among bicyclists. The...
Claims-making and prostitution: an analysis of Bill 206, the Traffic Safety (Seizure of Vehicles in Prostitution Related Offences) Amendment Act, 2003Download
Over the last several decades, politicians, police and communities have increased their attention on the activities and behaviours of men who solicit prostitutes. This study critically examines one recent legal policy aimed at addressing the demand side of prostitution: Bill 206, the Traffic...
The Equivalent Land Capability Workshop, held on November 26, 2010 at the University of Alberta, provided an opportunity for 60 reclamation specialists to share views about Equivalent Land Capability and how it is applied to oil sands mine reclamation, and to identify research and information...
Footprints: The Evolution of Land Conservation and Reclamation in Alberta is the story of how Alberta’s land conservation and reclamation program came into being and how it has progressed over the past half century. Our goal is to provide an objective description for current and future...
A group of 48 people from government, academia, consultants and the oil sands and plant production industries gathered on November 25, 2013 to discuss the current state of knowledge about shrubs and their current and future use in oil sands reclamation. The Workshop was organized around four key...
Social Actor Engagement in Municipal Decision-Making for Parks, Planning, and Civil Society in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 1960-2010: Institutional IntersectionsDownload
Edmonton, Alberta, has a unique approach to public spaces that sees conjoined creation and development sharing of public spaces for the collective benefit of the community and stakeholders; this approach began 100 years ago. Green or open spaces, natural areas, the river valley, City of Edmonton...
The dean who went to law school: Crossing borders and searching for purpose in North American legal education, 1930-1950Download
This article is about the making of modern legal education in North America. It is a case study of the lives of two law schools, the University of Alberta, Faculty of Law and the University of Minnesota Law School, and their respective deans, Wilbur Bowker and Everett Fraser, in the decades...
It is the purpose of this report to examine existing legislation to determine (1) what machinery is available for the creation of a transportation corridor, (2) what problems accrue or could accrue by virtue of that legislation. Examination of this area raises several questions: (1) what is the...