Regulatory Bulletin, April 2024

The Government of Canada released Budget 2024: Fairness for Every Generation, which aims to attract more investment in the net-zero economy by increasing economic investment tax credits, investing in research grants to provide good jobs for younger generations, and ensuring Indigenous Peoples share in this growth.

Regulatory Bulletin, March 2024

Both the Governments of British Columbia and Saskatchewan unveiled their respective 2024-25 Budgets. British Columbia’s funding is directed towards transitioning to a low-carbon economy, while Saskatchewan’s focuses on achieving a net-zero emissions electricity grid by 2050, supporting cleantech startups, and bolstering the energy and mining sectors.

Integrated Sustainability Named In Canada’s Top 100 SME Employers Award for 7th Consecutive Year

CALGARY, Alberta: April 2, 2024 – Mediacorp Canada named Integrated Sustainability one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for the 7th consecutive year. The 2024 award win recognizes Integrated Sustainability’s dedication to flexible workplace culture, opportunities for professional growth, and a family-oriented approach that fosters a healthy work-life balance.   Published in the Globe and […]

Regulatory Bulletin, February 2024

The federal government is opening consultation and engagement activities for GHG Emission Reduction Targets, Right to Healthy Environment, and Design Options for Clean Electricity.

Are You Making These Four Mine Water Management Mistakes?

Are You Making These Four Mine Water Management Mistakes

Early mine water management decisions are critical for long-term operational success. Unpack how you can improve your project viability and value by embracing change, right-sizing your mine water infrastructure, and codifying technology readiness.

Regulatory Bulletin, January 2024

Effective 15 April 2024, industry applicants planning projects on Treaty 8 Lands must incorporate new planning and mitigation measures outlined by the BC Energy Regulator and Treaty 8 First Nations. Proponents will be required to submit additional documentation demonstrating adherence to these measures as part of their application, and some measures may necessitate pre-application planning and investigations based on project specifics.

Regulatory Bulletin, December 2023

The Federal Government announced its regulatory framework for capping emissions in the oil and gas sector – a national cap-and-trade system that claims will set emissions limits without restricting production. The framework proposes to cap 2030 emissions at 35-38% below 2019 levels to support the government’s objective of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050.