Author Archives: Kirk Lambrecht, Q.C.

About Kirk Lambrecht, Q.C.

Kirk Lambrecht, Q.C., practices law with the firm Shores Jardine LLP in Edmonton. He has practiced as a barrister before numerous tribunals, at all court levels in Alberta, before the Federal Courts, and before the Supreme Court of Canada. He is the author of numerous essays and two books: Aboriginal Consultation, Environmental Assessment and Regulatory Review in Canada (University of Regina Press, 2013), and The Administration of Dominion Lands, 1870 – 1930 (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1991).

The Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on Its Jurisdiction to Assess Crown Aboriginal Consultation

By: Kirk N. Lambrecht Q.C. PDF Version: The Alberta Utilities Commission Rules on Its Jurisdiction to Assess Crown Aboriginal Consultation Decisions Commented On: AUC Ruling on jurisdiction to determine Questions stated in Notices of Questions of Constitutional Law, October 7, 2016, … Continue reading

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The Governor in Council Occasions Change and Delay in the National Energy Board’s Review of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project: The Curious Case of PC 2015-1137

By: Kirk Lambrecht, Q.C. PDF Version: The Governor in Council Occasions Change and Delay in the National Energy Board’s Review of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project: The Curious Case of PC 2015-1137 Matter Commented On: Order in Council PC … Continue reading

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The Importance of Location and Context to the Future Application of the Grassy Narrows Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada

By: Kirk Lambrecht Q.C. PDF Version: The Importance of Location and Context to the Future Application of the Grassy Narrows Decision of the Supreme Court of Canada Case commented on: Grassy Narrows First Nation v Ontario (Natural Resources), 2014 SCC … Continue reading

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