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Do Environmental Laws in Your Province Permit AMPs?

Whether the main environmental law in each jurisdiction permits administrative monetary penalties (AMPs):


FED Environmental Violations Administrative Monetary Penalties Act gives the federal government the power to impose AMPs for designated violations of 11 environmental laws, including the CEPA. (Environment Canada plans to publish regulations implementing AMPs sometime in 2013.)
AB Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, Sec. 237; Administrative Penalty Regulation
BC Environmental Management Act, Div. 3
MB The Environment Act doesn’t authorize AMPs.
NB Clean Air Act, Sec. 31; Administrative Penalties Regulation
NL Environmental Protection Act, Sec. 106
NT/NU Environmental Protection Act doesn’t authorize AMPs.
NS Sec. 171(1)(b) of the Environment Act authorizes the Governor in Council to make regulations for a system of AMPS but no such regulations have been enacted to date.
ON Environmental Protection Act, Secs. 182.3, 182.4 and 182.5
PE Environmental Protection Act doesn’t authorize AMPs.
QC Environment Quality Act, Div. XIII, Sec. 3 was recently amended to authorize AMPs by Bill 89, An Act to amend the Environment Quality Act in order to reinforce compliance, which took effect Nov. 4, 2011
SK Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 authorizes AMPs for certain violations by the holders of water-related permits. (The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2010, which hasn’t taken effect yet, will expand the use of AMPs to other violations.)
YT Environment Act doesn’t authorize AMPs.