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The Environmental Law Centre’s “fact sheet” series is made possible by grants from the Alberta Law Foundation, the Alberta Real Estate Foundation and by charitable donations. A word of caution about your use of this material These fact sheets provide information about environmental law topics. While every...

Brownfield Redevelopment in Alberta: Analysis and Recommended Reforms 8/1/2006 A “brownfield” is a vacant or underused property where past actions have resulted in contamination, and there is a strong potential for the property to be redeveloped for other uses. This report provides an overview of the brownfields...

The Frequently Asked Environmental Law Questions series is made possible by grants from Alberta Ecotrust, Dow Chemical Canada Inc., Western Economic Diversification Canada and by charitable donations to the Environmental Law Centre. Disclaimer This site provides information about that law designed to help users safely cope with...

Get the Real Dirt: Contaminated Real Estate and the Law in Alberta 9/1/2000 Although many people are experienced veterans of the real estate market, relatively few are equally familiar with the environmental concerns that can arise in relation to real estate transactions.  Anyone buying, selling or leasing property...