University of Calgary

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2012 (#115)

  • Legal and Policy Responses to Environmental Offences in Relation to the Alberta Oil Sands (Chilenye Nwapi)

2012 (#114)

  • Managing the Mackenzie: Negotiating a Future with the Basin in Mind (J. Owen Saunders)

2012 (#113)

  • A Single Regulator for Oil and Gas Development in Alberta? A Critical Assessment of the Current Proposal (Nickie Vlavianos)

2011 (#112)

  • Public Participation in Alberta's Land-use Planning Process (Monique Passelac-Ross)

2011 (#111)

  • Public Participation at the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board (Shaun Fluker)

2011 (#110)

  • Environmental Assessment of Nuclear Power Plants in Alberta: Implications for Federal-Provincial Responsibilities (Astrid Kalkbrenner)

2010 (#109)

  • Innovative But Controversial Municipal Bylaws Survive Challenges (Arlene Kwasniak)
  • Mutatis Mutandis: The ERCB Speaks (in Latin) on the Subject of Carbon Capture and Storage (Nigel Bankes)
  • The Problem of Locus Standi at the Energy Resources Conservation Board: A Diceyan Solution (Shaun Fluker)  

2010 (#108)

  • The Issues and Challenges with Public Participation in Energy and Natural Resources Development in Alberta (Nickie Vlavianos)

2010 (#107)

  • Water Rights and Water Stewardship: What About Aboriginal Peoples? (David K. Laidlaw and Monique Passelac-Ross)

2009 (#106)

  • The Alberta Land Stewardship Act: Certainty or Uncertainty? (Jenette Poschwatta-Yearsley and Adam Zelmer)

2009 (#105)

  • The AEUB: A Short Chapter in Alberta's Long History of Energy & Utilities Regulation (Cecilia A. Low)

2009 (#104)

  • Change to Believe In: A Legal Checklist for Alberta's Land-Use Framework (Steven A. Kennett)

2008 (#103)

  • Water Management Planning and the Crown's Duty to Consult and Accommodate: A Comment on Tsuu T'ina First Nation v. Alberta (Nigel Bankes)

2008 (#102)

  • Draft Australian Legislation on Carbon Capture and Storage: A Canadian Perspective (Nigel Bankes & Jenette Poschwatta)

2008 (#101)

  • The Federal Government's Climate Change Policy and the Role of Carbon Capture and Storage (Nigel Bankes)
  • Polar Bears: The Implications of An ESA Listing for the Continuing Conservation Hunt of Bears
    (Nigel Bankes)

2007 (#100)

  • Key Shortcomings in the Current Regulatory Framework for Oil Sands Development in Alberta (Nickie Vlavianos)

2007 (#99)

  • Searching for Meaning in Energy Resource 'Conservation'  (Michael M. Wenig & Michael C. Moore)

2007 (#98)

  • Consultation with Aboriginal Peoples in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region: Is it Meeting the Crown's Legal Obligations? (Monique Passelac-Ross & Verónica Potes)

2007 (#97)

  • Carbon Capture and Storage in Alberta: Learning from the Acid Gas Disposal Analogy (Nigel Bankes & Jenette Poschwatta)
  • 'Speaking Truth to Power': Some Reflections on the Role of Law (Nigel Bankes)

2006-2007 (#96)

  • Next Steps for Cumulative Effects Management in Alberta's Athabasca Oil Sands Region (Steven A. Kennett)

Summer 2006 (#95)

  • A Checklist for Evaluating Alberta’s New Land-Use Initiatives (Steven A. Kennett)

Spring 2006 (#94)

  • The Role of Municipalities and Regional Health Authorities in Oil and Gas Development in Alberta (Nickie Vlavianos)

Fall 2005/Winter 2006 (#92/93)

  • Mikisew Cree and the Lands Taken Up Clause of the Numbered Treaties (Nigel Bankes)
  • A New Draft Law on the Subsoil for Russia: Advantages and Disadvantages (Ekaterina Goudina)

Summer 2005 (#91)

  • Alberta's Oil and Gas Boom Fuels Land-Use Conflicts - But Should the EUB be Taking the Heat? (Steven A. Kennett & Michael M. Wenig)

Spring 2005 (#90)

  • Treaty No. 8 and the Trapping Rights of Aboriginal Peoples: Empty Promises? (Monique M. Passelac-Ross)

Winter 2005 (#89)

  • And Now for the Hard Part - Lessons for the NRCB From the Three Sisters Wildlife Corridor Saga (Steven A. Kennett) 

Fall 2004 (#88)

  • It May Be Wrong, But Is It Illegal? - Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition v. Flett and the Limits of Discretionary Decision-making (Steven A. Kennett) 

Summer 2004 (#87)

  • Natural Resource Projects, Indigenous Peoples and the Role of International Law (Nigel Bankes) 

Spring 2004 (#86)

  • Considering the Upstream/Downstream Effects of the Mackenzie Pipeline: Rough Paddling for the National Energy Board (Michael M. Wenig & Patricia Sutherland) 

Winter 2004 (#85)

  • Human Rights, Health and Resource Development in Alberta: A Summary of Current and Emerging Law (Nickie Vlavianos) 

Summer/Fall 2003 (#83/84)

  • The Castle - A Litmus Test for Alberta's ‘Commitment’ to Sustainable Resource and Environmental Management (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Book Review - "Unnatural Law: Rethinking Canadian Environmental Law and Policy by David R. Boyd" (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Spring 2003 (#82)

  • Regulatory Tribunals and Aboriginal Consultation (Nigel Bankes)
  • Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes) 

Winter 2003 (#81)

  • The New System of Land Legislation in Russia (Igor B. Kalinin) 

Fall 2002 (#80) 

  • Valuing Energy Resources: Reflections on the EUB's Decision in the Surmount "Gas Over Bitumen" Controversy (Michael M. Wenig)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes) 

Summer 2002 (#79)

  • Capitalizing on Canada's "Green Advantage": Legal and Regulatory Components of Biosphere Greenhouse Gas Management (Steven A. Kennett)

Spring 2002 (#78)

  • Legal Issues in the Harmonization of Different Levels of Public Authority in Russia: The Case of Natural Resource Development (Mikhail V. Vorodach & Introduction by Janet Keeping)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Winter 2002 (#77)

  • Reinventing Integrated Resource Management in Alberta: Bold New Initiative for 'Deja Vu All Over Again'? (Steven A. Kennett)

Fall 2001 (#76)

  • The Dene Tha' Consultation Pilot Project: An "Appropriate Consultation Process" with First Nations? (Monique M. Ross)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Summer 2001 (#75) 

  • Legal Regulation of Subsoil Use and Environmental Protection in the Khanti-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug of Russian Federation (Gennady Nikolaevich Chebotarev & Elena Fedorovna Gladun, and Introduction by Janet Keeping)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)
  • Human Rights and Resource Development: Conflicts, Current Law and Proposals for Reform (Janet Keeping)

Spring 2001 (#74)

  • Keeping the Wall Down: Increasing Public Participation in Northwest Territories Pipeline Developments (Robin L. Cowling)

Winter 2001 (#73) 

  • Land Claims and Statutory Water Compensation Regimes in the Mackenzie Valley (John Donihee)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Fall 2000 (#72) 

  • Transfer of Rights to Work Oil and Gas in Russia: The Debate Over Legislative Change (Janet Keeping)

Summer 2000 (#71) 

  • WTO Jurisprudence on GATT Article XX, Extends Scope for Environmental Regulations (Dr. Irene McConnell)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas law (Nigel Bankes)

Subject/Author Index (31-70) 

Spring 2000 (#70) 

  • The New Species at Risk Act and Resource Development (John Donihee)

Winter 2000 (#69) 

  • The Future For Cumulative Effects Management: Beyond the Environmental Assessment Paradigm (Steven A. Kennett)

Fall 1999 (#68) 

  • Cumulative Effects Assessment and the Cheviot Project: What's Wrong with this Picture? (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Summer 1999 (#67) 

  • The Pit and Pendulum - The Search for Consistency in the Law Governing Environmental Assessment (Richard Neufeld)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Spring 1999 (#66) 

  • Resource Development and the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act (John Donihee)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Winter 1999 (#65) 

  • Policy Advice on the Russian Oil and Gas Sector (Janet Keeping)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Fall 1998 (#64) 

  • Integrating Voluntary and Regulatory Environmental Management: The Legal Framework (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Summer 1998 (#63)

  • Special Places 2000: Lessons from the Whaleback and the Castle (Steven A. Kennett)

Spring 1998 (#62)

  • Delgamuukw and Natural Resource Allocation Decisions (John Donihee)
  • Defining the Boundaries of Aboriginal Title after Delgamuukw (S. Bradley Armstrong)
  • Delgamuukw Confirms Broad Aboriginal Rights over Resources (David Schulze)

Winter 1998 (#61)

  • Case Comment: Labrador Inuit Association v. Newfoundland (Minister of Environment and Labour) (David S. MacDougall)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas law (Nigel Bankes)

Fall 1997 (#60)

  • Public Land Law Worthy of Alberta's Public Lands (Steven A. Kennett & Monique M. Ross)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining Law (Nigel Bankes)
  • For Inter-generational Justice: The Stick or the Carrot? (Alan Scarth)

Summer 1997 (#59)

  • Economic and Technology Issues in EIA (Ralf Buckley)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas law (Nigel Bankes)

Spring 1997 (#58)

  • No Place in the Boardrooms of the Nation (Alan Scarth, Q.C.)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Winter 1997 (#57)

  • Considering the "Need for the Project" - A Modest Proposal (Judith B. Hanebury)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Nigel Bankes)

Fall 1996 (#56)

  • Sustainable Forest Management on Alberta's Private Woodlots: Defining a Role for Government (Monique Ross)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining and Oil and Gas law (Susan Blackman)

Summer 1996 (#55)

  • Alberta's New Competitive Electricity System (Leigh Hancher)

Spring 1996 (#54)

  • NOVA Pipeline Jurisdiction: Federal or Provincial? (Steven A. Kennett)

Winter 1996 (#53)

  • Environmental Security and Gas Exports (Nigel Bankes)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)
  • Limestone Valley Update (Steven A. Kennett)

Fall 1995 (#52)

  • The Environmental Management Framework Agreement: Reforming Federalism in Post-Referendum Canada (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Environmental Assessment in Alberta Meets the Rule of Law (Steven A. Kennett)

Summer 1995 (#51)

  • The Petroleum Industry and the Future of Russia (V.A. Nesterov)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining and Oil and Gas law (Susan Blackman)

Spring 1995 (#50)

  • Special Places 2000: Protecting the Status Quo (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining and Oil and Gas law (Susan Blackman)

Winter 1995 (#49)

  • Water Law Reform in Alberta: Paying Obeisance to the "Lords of Yesterday", or Creating a Water Charter for the Future? (Nigel Bankes)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining and Oil and Gas Law (Susan Blackman)

Fall 1994 (#48)

  • The ERCB's Whaleback Decision: All Clear on the Eastern Slopes? (Steven A. Kennett)

Summer 1994 (#47)

  • Ontario's Timber Management Class Environmental Assessment: Two Perspectives  (Paul Cassidy)
  • Second Perspective (Rick Lundgren)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Spring 1994 (#46)

  • The NRCB's West Castle Decision: Sustainable Development Decision-Making in Practice (Steven Kennett)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining and Oil and Gas Law (Susan Blackman)

Winter 1994 (#45)

  • The Free Entry System vs Government Regulation - The Clash of Old Methods with New Demands for Environmental Preservation (Barry Barton)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Fall 1993 (#44)

  • Australian Developments in Intergovernmental Co-operation in Environmental Impact Assessment (Alex Gardner)
  • NAFTA and the Environment (Bradly Condon)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas Law (Susan Blackman)

Summer 1993 (#43) 

  • Law and Process in Environmental Management: Themes of the 6th Biennial Conference on Natural Resources Law (Steven A. Kennett)
  • Participation and Sustainability: The Imperatives of Resources and Environmental Management (Stephen Owen)
  • Environmental Assessment: Current Challenges and Future Prospects (Peter Jacobs, Peter R. Mulvihill & Barry Sadler)
  • The Role of Civil Litigation in Environment-Economy Law and Policy (Andrew J. Roman)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas law and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Spring 1993 (#42)

  • Is British Columbia Leading the Way in Natural Resources Management? Part III: The Forest Resources Commission (Monique Ross)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Winter 1993 (#41)

  • Is British Columbia Leading the Way in Natural Resources Management? Part II:
  • Ethics and Resource Takings: The Schwindt Report (Nigel Bankes)
  • Off-Site Mitigation: A Canadian Perspective (Judith B. Hanebury)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Fall 1992 (#40)

  • Is British Columbia Leading the Way in Natural Resources Management? Part I:
  • The Commission on Resources and Environment (Steven A. Kennett)
  • The Yukon's Environment Act (P.S. Elder)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Oil and Gas and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Summer 1992 (#39)

  • Issues and Options for Intergovernmental Cooperation in Environmental Impact Assessment (Steven A. Kennett)
  • One More Look at the Oldman Dam (P.S. Elder)
  • Recent Developments in Canadian Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Spring 1992 (#38)

  • Agricultural Land Protection in Quebec: A Victim of its Own Success? (Lorne Giroux)
  • Marketing Electricity: Alberta Review Raises Key Issues for a Sustainable Energy Policy (Janet Keeping & Nigel Bankes)

Winter 1992 (#37)

  • The Supreme Court Decision in Oldman River Dam: More Pieces in The Puzzle of Jurisdiction over the Environment (Judith Hanebury)
  • The European Energy Charter (Michel Chateline & Marc van Beuge)
  • Recent Case Developments in Oil and Gas and Mining Law (Susan Blackman)

Fall 1991 (#36)

  • Shaping the Future or Meeting the Challenge? The Federal Constitutional Proposals and Global Warming (Nigel Bankes)
  • The Gwich'in Final Agreement (Letha MacLachlan)

Summer 1991 (#35)

  • The Environmental Assessment of Electricity Exports: The Whale That Ate The NEB (Janet Keeping)
  • Recent Case Developments in Oil and Gas and Mining Law (reprinted with permission from the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Newsletter)

Spring 1991(#34)

  • Growing Demands on a Shrinking Heritage: Managing Resource Use Conflicts - Fifth Institute Conference on Natural Resources Law
  • Sustainable - New Zealand's Resource Management Legislation (Sir Geoffrey Palmer)

Winter 1991 (#33)

  • The 1990 Alberta Metis Settlements Legislation: An Overview (Letha MacLachlan)
  •  Environmental Jurisdiction under the Australian Constitution (Sheila McAllister)

Fall 1990 (#32)

  • Environmental Law: Lessons from the European Community (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • Indian Summer in the Supreme Court: The Sparrow Quartet (Richard Bartlett)

Summer 1990 (#31)

  • Environmental Review Under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement: The Kulluk Drilling Programme in Jeopardy (Gordon Griffiths)
  • Environmental Impact Assessment and the Forestry Sector: Lessons from the Alberta-Pacific Review (Monique Ross)

Subject/Author Index (1-30) 

Spring 1990 (#30)

  • Application of the Environmental Assessment Review Process by the National Energy Board (Murray J. Samuel)
  • The Greening of Canada: The Oldman River Case Under Appeal (P.S. Elder & Janet Keeping)

Winter 1990 (#29)

  • Down to Earth: Soil Conservation, Sustainable Development and the Law (Janet Keeping)
  • Le Projet de loi C-23 et l'Accord de libre-échange: des conséquences inattendues pour la participation canadienne? (André Gareau)

Fall 1989 (#28) 

  • The Environmental Mandate of the ERCB in Well Licence Applications (Peter McLaws & Susan Blackman)
  • Federal Environmental Impact Assessment and the Courts (P.S. Elder)
  • Lac Minerals Ltd v. International Corona Resources Ltd: Confidential Geological Information in the Supreme Court of Canada (Barry Barton)

Summer 1989 (#27)

  • The Legal Challenge of Sustainable Development - Fourth Institute Conference on Natural Resources Law
  • Legal Issues in Development Assistance: The Challenge of Sustainable Development (Phillip M. Saunders)
  • Aid and the Environment: The Canadian Approach (François Bregha)

Spring 1989 (#26)

  • Jurisdictional Overlaps in Alberta Energy Regulation (Janet Keeping)
  • Bank of Nova Scotia v. Société Général (Canada) et al. (Shawn H.T. Denstedt)

Winter 1989 (#25)

  • Northern Oil and Gas Agreements In Principle (Constance D. Hunt)
  • Dene/Metis Agreement in Principle (Janet Keeping)
  • Permanent Trust Funds and Sustainable Non-Renewable Resource Management in the Canadian North (Michael Pretes & Michael Robinson)

Fall 1988 (#24)

  • Energy and Canadians into the 21st Century: The Energy Options Report (Michael Pretes & Michael Robinson)
  • Environmental Protection Under the Peace, Order and Good Government Power - The Crown Zellerbach Case (Alastair R. Lucas)

Summer 1988 (#23) 

  • Australia's Offshore Petroleum Regime: Some Lessons for Canada (Constance D. Hunt)
  • Gradual Change in Canadian Mining Legislation (Barry Barton

Spring 1988 (#22)

  • The Ozone Convention and Protocol: Further Steps Towards an International Law of the Atmosphere (N.D. Bankes)
  • The Oldman Dam Decisions (Jonathan Scarth)

Winter 1988 (#21)

  • The Free Trade Agreement and Canada's Natural Resources (J. Owen Saunders)
  • Righteous Indignation, The Public Interest and Deregulation of Natural Gas (Janet Keeping)
  • Bypass Pipelines: Developments Since the Last Issue of Resources (Janet Keeping)

Fall 1987 (#20)

  • Bypass Pipelines (Janet Keeping)
  • International Corona Resources Ltd. v. Lac Minerals Ltd.; the Court of Appeal Decision (Barry Barton)
  • The Canadian Environmental Protection Act (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • A New Federal Water Policy (J. Owen Saunders)

Summer 1987 (#19)

  • Trading Canada's Natural Resources: Two Perspectives - Introduction: Third Institute Conference on Natural Resources Law
  • Free Trade and the Environment Implications of Resource Exports (David Poch)
  • Agriculture and the Multilateral Trade Negotiations: An Overview (J.C. Gilson)

Spring 1987 (#18) 

  • Special Issue: Legal Issues in Aboriginal Water Rights: Introduction
  • Prior and Paramount Aboriginal Water Rights in Canada (Richard H. Bartlett)
  • The Current Status of Tribal Water Rights in the United States (John E. Echohawk)
  • On Public Appropriation of Indian Water Rights (Colin J. Gillespie)

Winter 1987 (#17) 

  • The Canadian Forest Product Industry and U.S. Trade Laws  (Christian G. Yoder)
  • Resisting Water Diversions: The Great Lakes Charter (Susan Blackman)

Autumn 1986 (#16)

  • Special Issue: Legal Issues in Water Rights Administration: Introduction
  • The Framework of Western and Northern Water Legislation (David R. Percy)
  • The Legal Character of Water Rights (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • Natural State Water Licensing (Donna Tingley)
  • The Role of Water Resources Planning in Support of Licensing and Allocation (Bruce MacLock)

Summer 1986 (#15)

  • Debt Financing of Oil and Gas Development Projects Offshore Norway (Lars Olav Askheim)
  • Breach of Confidence and Breach of Fiduciary Duty: International Corona Resources Ltd. v. Lac Minerals Ltd. (Barry Barton)

February 1986 (#14)

  • The Atlantic Accord: The Debate Continues
  • The Atlantic Accord: A Model of Cooperative Federalism: A Response to D. Paul Edmond (Ronald G. Penney)
  • Private Risk Allocation in Offshore Projects (Constance D. Hunt)

December 1985 (#13)

  • Judicial Attitudes to Aboriginal Resource Rights and Title (Nigel Bankes)
  • The Federal Environmental Assessment and Review Process Guidelines Order (P.S. Elder)

August 1985 (#12) 

  • Recent Developments Affecting Canada Lands
  • Eastcoast Fishermen's Compensation Policy (Christian Yoder)
  • A Critical Evaluation of the Atlantic Accord (D. Paul Edmond)

May 1985 (#11)

  • Sharing Natural Resources Revenues: Three Perspectives
  • Introduction: Second Institute Conference on Natural Resources Law
  • Negotiating a Revenue-Sharing Agreement (J. Peter Meekison)
  • Oil and Gas Revenue Sharing: Beyond Legal Foundations and Constraints (Jean-Paul Lacasse)
  • The Economic Implications of Revenue-Sharing Alternatives (Robin Boadway)

February 1985 (#10) 

  • Investment Canada and the Resource Sector (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • Churchill Falls: A Comment (J. Owen Saunders)

November 1984 (#9)

  • Crown Corporations and Natural Resources Management
  • Petro-Canada and Privatization (Alastair R. Lucas)
  • The Saskatchewan Water Corporation (Barry Barton)

August 1984 (#8)

  • Contractual v. Regulatory Models for Major Resource Development Projects (Andrew R. Thompson)
  • Recent Developments in Offshore Jurisdiction (Constance D. Hunt)

January 1984 (#7)

  • Negotiating the Disposition of Crown Resources: Forest Management Agreements in Alberta (Nigel Bankes)
  • Acid Rain: Bilateral Environmental Management in Jeopardy (J. Owen Saunders)

October 1983 (#6)

  • Preserving Canada's Agricultural Land Resources (H. Ian Rounthwaite)
  • The Alberta Surface Rights Act, 1983 (Barbara Roulston)

June 1983 (#5) 

  • Banff Conference on Natural Resources Law: Public Disposition of Natural Resources: Introduction
  • New Directions in Resource Development: The Single Window (J. Owen Saunders)
  • Private Sector Legal Problems Arising From Canadianization of Petroleum Activities (Constance D. Hunt)

March 1983 (#4)

  • Canada and the Law of the Sea Convention: Selected Issues
  • UNCLOS III and Exploitation of the Canadian Continental Margin (Ian Townsend Gault)
  • Marine Pollution and Ice Covered Areas: Article 234 (N.D. Bankes)
  • Seabed Mining: How Canada Fared (Owen Saunders)

December 1982 (#3)

  • Water Allocation: Emerging Problems (David R. Percy) 
  • Case Comment on Tener v. The Queen (1981) 23 B.C.L.R. 309 (B.C.S.C.); (1982) 34 B.C.L.R. 285 (B.C.C.A.) (Sheilah  L. Martin)

September 1982 (#2) 

  • Natural Resources and the New Constitution (A.R. Lucas)
  • Reference re the Natural Gas and Gas Liquids Tax, (S.C.C.) unreported, June 23, 1982; [1981] 3 W.W.R. 408 (Alta. C.A.) (N.D. Bankes)

May 1982 (#1)

  • The National Energy Program and the Pursuit of Claims under International Law (J. Owen Saunders & I. Townsend Gault)
  • The Pitjantjatjara Land Rights Act, 1981: the settlement of aboriginal claims in the State of South Australia (N.D. Bankes)