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|Title:||It May Be Wrong, But Is It Illegal? – Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition v. Flett and the Limits of Discretionary Decision-making|
|Authors:||Kennett, Steven A.|
|Publisher:||Canadian Institute of Resources Law|
|Citation:||(Fall 2004) 88 Resources 1|
|Abstract:||This article comments on Castle-Crown Wilderness Coalition v. Flett, a recent case concerning the expansion of Castle Mountain Resort in southwestern Alberta. The court’s reasons for quashing decisions by a senior official and a Minister have important implications for discretionary decision-making within Alberta’s environmental assessment regime.|
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