Regulations Designating Regulatory Provisions for Purposes of Enforcement (Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999) (SOR/2012-134)

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These regulations require that designated offences involving direct harm, risk of harm to the environment, or obstruction of authority will be subject to increased fines if a person or corporation is convicted for any of these offences.

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  • Enforcement Services Directorate
    Environment and Climate Change Canada
    351 Saint-Joseph Boulevard 4th floor
    Gatineau QC K1A 0H3
    Email: ec.esd-dsal-eb.ec@canada.ca

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These regulations require that designated offences involving direct harm, risk of harm to the environment, or obstruction of authority will be subject to increased fines if a person or corporation is convicted for any of these offences.

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Regulations are current to 2017-11-06 and last amended on 2017-06-02. Previous Versions

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These regulations require that designated offences involving direct harm, risk of harm to the environment, or obstruction of authority will be subject to increased fines if a person or corporation is convicted for any of these offences.

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