Ground Water Licensing in BC

Description:In 2009, the BC government released its Living Water Smart strategy. This was followed by the Water Act Modernization process that included a considerable amount of consultation, leading up to a proposed policy to develop a new Water Sustainability Act to replace the BC Water Act. Living Water Smart intended to regulate large groundwater uses, and groundwater use in priority regions by 2012. As with many processes involving legislating significant change, it has taken longer than expected and it may be a few more years before the new act is passed and implemented. Let’s review where things stand now.

Authors: Geller ,Douglas ; Rhodes, Ryan

Subjects: Source Water

Tags:groundwater,source water,watermark

Citation:Vol 22 No 1, Spring 2013 Craig Kelman & Associates

Publication Date:Apr 2nd, 2013 Upload Date:Apr 2nd, 2013

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