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Natural resources - Energy / oil & gas:

Advocacy Groups:

Canada:

  1. Public Interest Advocacy Centre (#3678)
    non-profit organization that provides legal and research services on behalf of consumer interests, and, in particular, vulnerable consumer interests, concerning the provision of important public services.

Articles/newsletters from law firms - Specific articles:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Time is of the Essence in Bidding (#2666)
    by Derek A. Brindle - from the law firm of Singleton Urquhart Scott

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Comprehensive International Convention on Offshore Units and Related Structures (#473)
    [Date: July, 1998]

  2. Look Out Below! - Underground Storage Tanks are a Peril for Landowners (#460)
    [Date: January, 1997]

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Leak Proof: Gasoline Handling Code Proposals (#492)
    article from the law firm of Willms & Shier [Date: June, 1998]

  2. Upgraded Ontario Fire Rules Extend Powers, Regulation of Storage Tanks (#488)
    Upgraded Ontario Fire Rules Extend Powers, Regulation of Storage Tanks -- Phase-in Begins For Flammable and Combustible Liquid Storage Tanks - article from the law firm of Willms & Shier [Date: January, 1999]

Articles/newsletters from law firms - index pages only:

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Vantage - newsletter from Macleod Dixon (#2654)
    information on recent legal developments

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. White, Ottenheimer & Baker - Newsletter (#453)
    Articles on various topics

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Bulletins from Fasken Campbell Godfrey (#3079)
    articles on a variety of topics

  2. Vantage - newsletter from Macleod Dixon (#2654)
    information on recent legal developments

Articles/newsletters from others:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. A Guide to the Employment Standards Act (British Columbia) (#3389)
    from the British Columbia Ministry of Labour

Articling information for law students:

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

  2. Parlee McLaws LLP (#2606)
    Parlee McLaws LLP comprises over 100 lawyers who practice in complementary areas of law. Offices in Calgary, Alberta and Edmonton, Alberta.

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

New Brunswick, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  2. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  3. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  2. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  3. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Northwest Territories, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  2. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  3. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Prince Edward Island, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  1. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  2. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Continuing Legal Education:

Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Alberta, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Ontario, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Quebec, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Courts and tribunals and boards:

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board (#1091)

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (#1095)

Prince Edward Island, Canada:

  1. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (#2840)
    Prince Edward Island - independent tribunal that hears appeals on issues relating to land use, property & sales tax and unsightly premises. It administers land ownership legislation in Prince Edward Island and regulates the petroleum industry and certain water and sanitary sewage utilities. The Commission also monitors electric utilities and administers rental property legislaton.

Government - Departments/agencies/commissions/boards:

Canada:

  1. Geometrics Canada - Legal Surveys Division (#1073)
    Government department that has the legislated responsibility to regulate all legal surveys on Canada Lands. Canada Lands include the Yukon and Northwest Territories, over 2300 Indian Reserves, 32 National Parks, 83 National Historic Parks, 1000 National Historic, Sites and the Offshore. Legal Surveys Division is a part of Geomatics Canada which is a part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada.

  2. Natural Resources Canada (#2799)
    official government web site

  3. Natural Resources Canada (#673)
    federal government department specializing in energy, minerals and metals, forests and earth sciences

  4. Office of Energy Efficiency - Natural Resources Canada (#2833)

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board (#1091)

Northwest Territories, Canada:

  1. Geometrics Canada - Legal Surveys Division (#1073)
    Government department that has the legislated responsibility to regulate all legal surveys on Canada Lands. Canada Lands include the Yukon and Northwest Territories, over 2300 Indian Reserves, 32 National Parks, 83 National Historic Parks, 1000 National Historic, Sites and the Offshore. Legal Surveys Division is a part of Geomatics Canada which is a part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada.

  2. Northwest Territories - Dept. of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development (#2828)

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (#1095)

  2. Nova Scotia - PAAL Directory (#1451)
    Contains information on more than 390 licences, permits, registrations, certifications, and related services administered by Departments and Agencies of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Nunavut, Canada:

  1. Geometrics Canada - Legal Surveys Division (#1073)
    Government department that has the legislated responsibility to regulate all legal surveys on Canada Lands. Canada Lands include the Yukon and Northwest Territories, over 2300 Indian Reserves, 32 National Parks, 83 National Historic Parks, 1000 National Historic, Sites and the Offshore. Legal Surveys Division is a part of Geomatics Canada which is a part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada.

Prince Edward Island, Canada:

  1. The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (#2840)
    Prince Edward Island - independent tribunal that hears appeals on issues relating to land use, property & sales tax and unsightly premises. It administers land ownership legislation in Prince Edward Island and regulates the petroleum industry and certain water and sanitary sewage utilities. The Commission also monitors electric utilities and administers rental property legislaton.

Saskatchewan, Canada:

  1. Saskatchewan Energy and Mines (#830)

Yukon, Canada:

  1. Geometrics Canada - Legal Surveys Division (#1073)
    Government department that has the legislated responsibility to regulate all legal surveys on Canada Lands. Canada Lands include the Yukon and Northwest Territories, over 2300 Indian Reserves, 32 National Parks, 83 National Historic Parks, 1000 National Historic, Sites and the Offshore. Legal Surveys Division is a part of Geomatics Canada which is a part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada.

Government - Municipalities/Cities/Towns:

Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Alberta, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Ontario, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Quebec, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Government - Notices/Parliamentary documents:

Canada:

  1. Canada Gazette (#95)
    official publication of the Federal Government of Canada containing official notices (check for you particular area of the law)

Jobs / Legal Careers:

Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Alberta, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Ontario, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Quebec, Canada:

  1. The Canadian Institute (#4669)
    The Canadian Institute is Canada's largest provider of professional development and continuing education programmes for senior business executives, lawyers & other professionals. Staffed by lawyers and other professionals, it operates as a "think tank", monitoring trends and developments in law, finance, the environment, insurance, financial services, energy, management, government, banking, health care and public policy and much more!

Law Firms/Lawyers - links to specific law firm web sites:

Canada:

  1. Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP (#2066)
    full service law firm - offices across Canada in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and International offices in London, England and Beijing, China. Blakes is also associated with Lavery, de Billy in Montreal and Quebec City.

  2. Fasken Campbell Godfrey (#3076)

  3. McCarthy Tétrault (#2149)

  4. Smith Lyons (#2443)

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP (#2066)
    full service law firm - offices across Canada in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and International offices in London, England and Beijing, China. Blakes is also associated with Lavery, de Billy in Montreal and Quebec City.

  2. Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer (#2642)

  3. Cook Duke Cox (#2545)
    now part of Miller Thomson

  4. Duncan & Craig (#2550)

  5. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

  6. Macleod Dixon (#2653)

  7. McCarthy Tétrault (#2149)

  8. Nickerson Roberts (#2590)

  9. Ogilivie and Company (#2627)

  1. Parlee McLaws LLP (#2606)
    Parlee McLaws LLP comprises over 100 lawyers who practice in complementary areas of law. Offices in Calgary, Alberta and Edmonton, Alberta.

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP (#2066)
    full service law firm - offices across Canada in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and International offices in London, England and Beijing, China. Blakes is also associated with Lavery, de Billy in Montreal and Quebec City.

  2. Campney & Murphy (#2548)

  3. Lang Michener (#4162)
    one of Canada’s leading business law firms, with more than 150 lawyers practising in Toronto, Ottawa and Vancouver.; memver of TerraLex

  4. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

  5. McCarthy Tétrault (#2149)

New Brunswick, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  2. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  3. Patterson Law (#2296)
    law firm in Halifax and Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. (formerly Patterson Palmer Hunt Murphy)

  4. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. Benson Myles (#2062)
    one of the largest law firms in Newfoundland

  2. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  3. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  4. Patterson Law (#2296)
    law firm in Halifax and Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. (formerly Patterson Palmer Hunt Murphy)

  5. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Northwest Territories, Canada:

  1. Lawson Lundell (#3566)
    Lawson Lundell has occupied a prominent place in the legal profession in British Columbia for over 90 years and is pre-eminent in the areas of business law. The firm's 100 lawyers represent businesses, both large and small, Canadian and international, in many different industries from natural resources to technology law. We have offices in Vancouver (British Columbia), Calgary (Alberta), and Yellowknife (Northwest Territories)

Nova Scotia, Canada:

  1. Cox Hanson O'Reilly Matheson (#3240)

  2. McInnes Cooper (#3263)

  3. Patterson Law (#2296)
    law firm in Halifax and Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada. (formerly Patterson Palmer Hunt Murphy)

  4. Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (#3281)

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Andrew Roman - Lawyer - Partner, Miller Thomson (#3532)

  2. Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP (#2066)
    full service law firm - offices across Canada in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Ottawa and International offices in London, England and Beijing, China. Blakes is also associated with Lavery, de Billy in Montreal and Quebec City.

  3. Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) (#2068)
    Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) is a full-service, national law firm focusing on business law, commercial litigation and intellectual property solutions.

  4. Fasken Campbell Godfrey (#3076)

  5. Hughes, Amys (#2107)


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