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Old November 26th, 2016, 16:23   #12
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Canada has an "environmental policy" (set of do good initiatives and statements) that covers the country in general.

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca....aspx?lang=eng

Each provincial government has written rules for air, water, waste management, etc. Some provinces have more stringent environmental rules than others (Alberta is pretty tough and mirrors US EPA rule making).

It's kind of a mess as there is no strong governmental rule-making agency like US EPA which has written laws like the Clean Air Act, RCRA, The Clean Water Act, etc. that are required to be the framework for all US states.

I don't recall any rules in Canada that would be more restrictive than what we deal with in the states.
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