Liberal MPs suggest more than 100 amendments to government’s environmental impact assessment bill
By Peter MazereeuwMay. 14, 2018
But opposition MPs are up in arms over the tight timeline set by the Liberals on the House Environment Committee for reviewing hundreds of proposed changes to the bill.
Liberal MPs Will Amos, left, and Darren Fisher are members of the House Environment Committee, and along with their fellow Liberals on the committee are proposing more than 100 amendments to the environmental assessment reform bill tabled by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Liberal MPs have proposed more than 100 changes to the government’s wide-ranging Impact Assessment Bill, including to the role of energy regulators in the new environmental assessment process.
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