- Blog: Project Law BlogHashing out the Regulation of Cryptocurrency Mining in Alberta: A Look at
AUC’s Exemption and Self-Supply Criteria for Power Plants Under 10 MWPosted on September 20, 2021 by Shailaz Dhalla, Natasha SandersWhile the term “bitcoin” is a hot topic in Alberta in recent weeks, the physical operations, infrastructure and approvals required to operate a large-scale cryptocurrency operation is unknown to many. Cryptocurrency mining operations require large powerful processors that are used by miners to process and confirm the transaction of digital assets. Imagine a large ...
- Blog: Waller Law BlogMajor tax changes in draft reconciliation billPosted on September 15, 2021 by These provisions are subject to ongoing negotiations, and some are more likely to pass than others.
- Blog: The Nickel ReportArticle III Standing Still Proving to be a Formidable Defense to Environmental Citizen SuitsPosted on September 7, 2021 by Brent A. Rosser and Kate PerkinsRecent federal court decisions continue to show that Article III standing can be a formidable defense to environmental citizen suits, particularly following the Supreme Court’s decision Spokeo v. Robins, 578 U.S. 330 (2016). The post Article III Standing Still Proving to be a Formidable Defense to Environmental Citizen Suits appeared first on The Nickel Report. Continue Reading