Aggregate resources such as sand, gravel, clay and bedrock are used to make roads, subway tunnels, homes and other structures. The provinces regulate the development of aggregate pits and quarries by, among other things, setting the rules that govern aggregate management, issuing permits, conducting inspections and monitoring site rehabilitations.
Our lawyers have deep knowledge of the aggregate resources industry and the laws applicable to this sector. We advise and represent aggregate operators on all aspects of their operations, from obtaining the necessary regulatory approvals, to ensuring regulatory compliance, to mediating engagement with government agents.
Our firm has decades of experience in this area, having acted for many of this country’s largest aggregate producers with the following matters: