Haisla Nation Liquefied Natural Gas Facility Regulations (SOR/2012-293). | Land Portal

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The present Regulations are made under the First Nations Commercial and Industrial Development Act. In particular, the Regulations lay down provisions relating to the application of certain Laws. The text - consisting of 44 sections – deals, inter alia, with the following aspects: application of Laws, inapplicable Federal Regulations, construction standards, transitional provisions, adaptation to the Environmental Management Act, Oil and Gas Activities Act, Weed Control Act and to the Wildfire Act, as well as to their Regulations. Two Schedules are enclosed.

Implements: First Nations Commercial and Industrial Development Act (S.C. 2005, c. 53). (2012-07-06)
Implements: Environmental Management Act ([SBC 2003] Chapter 53). (2016-01-01)
Implements: Wildfire Act ([SBC 2004] Chapter 31). (2016-05-19)
Implements: Weed Control Act ([RSBC 1996] Chapter 487). (2016-11-28)

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