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ABlawg: The University of Calgary Faculty of Law Blog on Developments in Alberta Law includes commentary by faculty members, sessional instructors, research associates at our affiliated institutes, and students on Alberta court and tribunal decisions as well as legislative and policy developments in the province.

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  1. Carol Goodfellow says:

    Would be interesting to see some comments, on whether, now that the area of ESRD that had oversight of compliance assurance and enforcement for oil and gas developments has transferred to the AER under REDA, if the GOA would or could still have a duty of care for oil and gas development or could they now be indemnified under the regulatory transfer as this is no longer their area of jurisdiction.

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