Canada: Feds failing to meet legal obligations regarding oilsands, report says

Postmedia News: The federal government is contributing to international controversy over the oilsands by failing to live up to its legal and constitutional responsibilities to regulate the industry, says a new report released on Wednesday. The analysis, Duty Calls: Federal responsibility in Canada's oilsands, highlights at least five different laws that require the government to act, not including its constitutional responsibilities toward aboriginal peoples. The report, produced jointly by ......

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