Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Issues and Challenges with Public Participation in Energy and Natural Resources Development in Alberta

PDF version: The Issues and Challenges with Public Participation in Energy and Natural Resources Development in Alberta  Introduction Public participation is a key feature of energy and natural resources development in Alberta. The provincial government often expresses its desire for … Continue reading

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How Should Society Deal with the Question of Long Term Liability for Carbon Capture and Storage?

By: Nigel Bankes PDF Version: How Should Society Deal with the Question of Long Term Liability for Carbon Capture and Storage? Report Commented On: Report of the Interagency Task Force on Carbon Capture and Storage, August 2010 I don’t often … Continue reading

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Recognizing Foreign Divorces: The Public Policy Defence

PDF version: Recognizing Foreign Divorces: The Public Policy Defence Case considered: Zhang v. Lin, 2010 ABQB 420 Zhang v. Lin raised the question of whether a divorce granted in Texas should be recognized in Alberta. Interestingly, the court determined that … Continue reading

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Appealing the Remedy Granted by an Arbitration Award

PDF version: Appealing the Remedy Granted by an Arbitration Award Case considered: Fuhr Estate v. Husky Oil Marketing Company, 2010 ABQB 495 This decision by Mr. Justice Don J. Manderscheid answers a novel question: whether section 49(7) of the Arbitration … Continue reading

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Sentencing for Spousal Sexual Violence: Different but Equal

PDF version: Sentencing for Spousal Sexual Violence: Different but Equal Cases considered: R. v. D.J.D., 2010 ABCA 207; R. v. D.J.D., 2009 ABPC 216 Until 1983, the definition of rape in Canada excluded offences committed by a husband against his … Continue reading

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