4th Annual Western Canada Contaminated Sites

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Report Code: ENP08262. June, 2008. Calgary, AB

ARTCLE I

Calgary’s Brownfield Strategy – Moving Forward

Kevan van Velzen, M.Sc., P.Biol.
Manager
Environmental Assessment and Liabilities
Environmental and Safety Management Division
The City of Calgary

ARTCLE II

Recent Developments in British Columbia’s System for Remediating Contaminated Sites

Dr. John E.H. Ward, Ph.D.
Manager, Operations Management
Land Remediation Section
B.C. Ministry of Environment

ARTCLE III

BC Brownfield Strategy – Part of a Green Development Mandate

Grant Parnell
Assistant Deputy Minister
Crown Land Administration Division
B.C. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands

ARTCLE IV

Recent Contaminated Sites Case Law in British Columbia

Clifford G. Proudfoot
Partner
Lawson Lundell LLP

ARTCLE V

Soil Vapour Assessment – Overkill?

Will Gaherty
President and Co-Founder
Pottinger Gaherty Environmental Consultants Ltd.

ARTCLE VI

Remediation and Reclamation of Alberta Site Contamination and Specified Lands

Peter L. Miller
Barrister and Solicitor
Imperial Oil Representative, Legal Committee
Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

ARTCLE VII

Soil Salvage Planning and Operations in the Alberta Oil Sands – Meeting the Reclamation Challenge

Dr. Vivienne Wilson, Ph.D., P.Biol.
Associate, Senior Project Manager
Oil Sands Division
Golder Associates Ltd.

ARTICLE VIII

Towards the Development of Field-Wide Risk Based Remediation Objectives for an Aging Oilfield

Jay Drew, P.Geol.
Senior Geologist
WorleyParsons Komex

Clare North, M.Sc., P.Geol.
Staff Hydrogeologist
WorleyParsons Komex

ARTCLE IX

Challenges with the Current Environmental and Protection Enhancement Act Contaminated Site Provisions

Gilbert Van Nes
General Counsel and Settlement Officer
Alberta Environmental Appeals Board

ARTCLE X

Garrison Crossing – Chilliwack, British Columbia: “Sustainable by Design”

Randy Fasan, MAIBC, MRAIC
Director, Urban Design and Planning
Canada Lands Company

ARTCLE XI

Proactive Conflict Management for Contaminated Sites: Lessons from the United States

Dr. John S. Andrew, Ph.D., MCIP, RPP
Assistant Professor
School of Urban & Regional Planning
Director
Executive Seminars on Corporate and
Investment Real Estate
Queen’s University

ARTCLE XII

Human Health Risk Assessment at Federal Contaminated Sites

Sanya Petrovic
Acting Chief, Contaminated Sites Division
Health Canada

ARTICLE XIII

Remediation and Redevelopment of Former Army Bases in Calgary and Edmonton

Tony Druett, P.Eng
Director, Development and Engineering
Canada Lands Company

ARTICLE XIV

Revitalizing Abandoned Industrial Sites: Creating an Integrated Lifestyle Community

Hélène Gignac, Eng., M.Sc., MBA
Chief Operating Officer
Faubourg Boisbriand L.P.

ARTCLE XV

The Impact of Contamination on Market Value

Terry McLean, AACI, P.APP.
Senior Director and General Manager
Research Valuation and Advisory
Altus Group Limited

ARTICLE XVI

Applying Natural Attenuation Processes to Establish Site Specific Clean Up Objectives at Contaminated Sites

J. Thomas Dance, M.Sc., P.Geol.
Principal Consultant
Environmental Practice
EBA Engineering Consultants Ltd.