Issues

For  2018, AquaHacking seeks to improve water quality for four specific topics. Each topic engages government  regulation of water quality, but each topic and challenge engages different  laws, regulations and  approvals. This  summary begins by  outlining  laws  that  have  common  application  to  one  or  more  of  the  four AquaHacking  challenges. It concludes  with a review of laws specific  to  each  challenge.    

Please, note that this framework  focuses  on  Ontario  laws,  not  all  local  jurisdictions  are  participating in the  2018 AquaHacking  challenge. 

Partners

here are the organisations that have contributed to this document

Gowling WLG is an international law firm built on the belief that the best way to serve you is to be in tune with your world, aligned with your opportunity and ambitious for your success.

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CELA works toward protecting public health and the environment by seeking justice for those harmed by pollution or poor decision-making and by changing policies to prevent problems in the first place. Since 1970, CELA has used legal tools, undertaken groundbreaking research and advocated for increased environmental protection and to safeguard communities. As a specialty clinic funded by Legal Aid Ontario, our primary focus is on assisting low-income people and disadvantaged communities.

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Authors

Rodney Northey

Partner at Gowling WLG

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James Goacher

Lawyer at Gowling WLG

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Anastasia Lintner

Special Projects Counsel- Healthy Great Lakes At CELA