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Policy for ensuring a fair and transparent process when enforcement actions are taken under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, 2012

2016

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The written version of the enforcement action must inform the person(s) subject to the enforcement action of the opportunity to be heard with respect to the enforcement action. [...] After careful consideration of the information received during the opportunity to be heard, the CEAA 2012 enforcement officer may decide not to issue the order, issue the order as intended, or issue the order with amendments. [...] If the CEAA 2012 enforcement officer decides to issue an order, the written order must inform the person(s) subject to the order of their right to request a review by the review officer within 30 days following the issuance of the order, or within any longer period that the review officer allows. [...] If the CEAA 2012 enforcement officer decides to uphold or amend the order, the enforcement officer must also provide a copy of the order and inform the recipient(s) of the right to request a review by the review officer within 30 days following the issuance of the decision, or within any longer period that the review officer allows. [...] Review by the Review Officer 3 A person to whom an order under section 94 of CEAA 2012 is issued may, following the opportunity to be heard by the CEAA 2012 enforcement officer, request a review of the order by the review officer including the alleged non-compliance and the supporting facts and evidence.

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health environment government politics regulation environmental impact assessment civil law common law government information justice law public law crime, law and justice constitution (law) canadian environmental assessment act procedural fairness natural justice ceaa 2012

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