Bill C-69 – The Last of a Thousand Cuts or a Solution to Regulatory Frustration?
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The federal government seems intent on pushing through Bill C-69 despite vocal concern. The government argues that C-69 modernizes consultation and environmental review and will actually streamline the process. Opponents, however, argue that the bill could mean that there will never be another major energy project approved in Canada. The rhetoric is heated and polarized. It’s time to cut through that rhetoric, and look for facts on the real impact of C-69 for the energy sector.
Please join a panel of experts as we do a deep dive into C-69 and analyze its projected implications. Is the debate overheated, or does C-69 represent an existential threat to the energy sector?
- Associate Professor Martin Olszynski, Faculty of Law, University of Calgary
- Christine Loth-Bown, Vice President, Policy Development, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
- Al Reid, Executive VP, Stakeholder Engagement, Safety, Legal and General Counsel, Cenovus
- Dr. Robert Skinner, Executive Fellow, The School of Public Policy
- Dr. Jennifer Winter, Scientific Director of Energy and Environmental Policy, The School of Public Policy
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