Atlantic Canada Contaminated Sites

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Report Code: ENP11661. February, 2011. Halifax, NS

ARTICLE I

Nova Scotia Environment Brownfield Remediation Regulations [Contaminated Sites] and other Developments

Gordon Check
Project Leader, Contaminated Sites Regulatory Development
Nova Scotia Department of Environment

ARTICLE II

Decommissioning and Redevelopment of the Former Sysco Property

Frank Potter
Executive Director of Operations
Nova Scotia Lands Inc.

ARTICLE III

Real Estate Transactions and Environmental Risks

Brian Tabor
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

Keith Sutherland
Associate
Stewart McKelvey

ARTICLE IV

A Comprehensive Plan for Brownfield Redevelopment in New Brunswick

Gina Burtt, M.Sc., P.Eng., P.Geo
Remediation Engineer, Impact Management Branch
New Brunswick Department of Environment

ARTICLE V

Private-Sector Brownfield Redevelopment: Challenges and Opportunities

Pamela Kraft, MCIP RPP PLE
Development Manager
Kilmer Brownfield Management Limited

ARTICLE VI

Trends in Contaminated Sites Law Affecting Atlantic Canada

David Henley
Partner
Stewart McKelvey

Nathan M. Sutherland
Associate
Stewart McKelvey

ARTICLE VII

An Enhanced Remedial Approach The Role of End Use Planning and Public Consultation in the Redevelopment of Brownfields

Gordon Smith, CSLA, MCIP
Landscape Architect, Planner
CBCL Limited

ARTICLE VIII

Litigation Arising from Domestic Fuel Oil Spills: An Overview

Joey D. Palov
Partner
Cox & Palmer

ARTICLE IX

Liability of Environmental Consultants

Marc Dunning
Associate
Wickwire Holm