- Aboriginal Affairs
- Consumer Issues
- Economic Development
- Employment and Training
- Government Procurement
- Internal Trade
- International Trade
- National Security/Security
- Regional Development
- Science and Technology
- Taxation and Finance
Subject Matter Details
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution
- Canada Labour Code, in respect to occupational heath and safety, worker safety and workplace hazardous materials applicable to electricity generation, transmission and distribution facilities, the transportation of dangerous goods by electricity sector companies, and the health effects of electric and magnetic fields (EMF).
- Emergency Management Act, in respect to pandemic planning and a national plan for the use of anti-virals, security standards for facilities used for the international trade of electricity, reliability standards and activities pertaining to threat and risk assessments, security clearances, exercises and drills.
- Energy Efficiency Act, in respect to managing air emissions by reducing electricity demand. The Energy Efficiency Act in respect to regulations concerning minimum energy-performance levels for energy-using products, as well as the labeling of energy-using products
- Excise Tax Act - National Energy Board Cost Recovery policies that establish the rules and levels of financing that users in the electricity sector must pay as part of the NEB cost recovery policies, capital cost allowance rates, and policies pertaining to overcoming barriers to timely investment in infrastructure related to siting, rates of return, community acceptance and public understanding of need.
- Fisheries Act, in respect to the management of habitat, fisheries, species at risk in relation to the generation of electricity, and policies to streamline and clarify the regulatory process, in relation to electricity industry plans to address the need for new infrastructure development to meet growing demand for electricity and replacing aging electricity assets.
- Migratory Birds Convention Act, in respect to the management of habitat, species at risk and migratory birds in relation to the generation and transmission of electricity; and stewardship policies and programs with an on-going efforts to streamline and clarify regulatory process, in relation to electricity industry plans to address the need for new infrastructure development to meet growing demand for electricity and replacing aging electricity assets, as well as enabling the maintenance and operations of existing infrastructure.
- Radiation Emitting Devices Act, in respect to the potential health effects of electric and magnetic fields (EMF).
- Species at Risk Act, in respect to the management of habitat, and species at risk in relation to the generation and transmission of electricity; and stewardship policies and programs with on-going efforts to streamline and clarify regulatory process, in relation to electricity industry plans to address the need for new infrastructure development to meet growing demand for electricity and replacing aging electricity assets.
- Statutory Review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999), including but not limited to GHG regulations under CEPA 1999 such as the proposed Carbon Dioxide from Natural Gas-Fired Electricity Regulations, and the proposed amendment to the Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Coal-Fired Electricity Production Regulations.
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution, Policies or Program
- Telecommunications Act, in respect to the Telecommunications policy review and electricity support structures and spectrum management as they may be applicable to the advent of a smart grid.
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution, Policies or Program, Regulation
- GHG reduction measures, in respect to the Clean Fuel Standard, Carbon Pricing, Out-Based Pricing System and other GHG reduction policies and regulations.
- Impact Assessment Act, formerly known as Bill C-69, "An Act to enact the Impact Assessment Act and the Canadian Energy Regulator Act, to amend the Navigation Protection Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts", in respect to environmental assessment policies and procedures to streamline and enhance efficiency of the environmental assessment process and regulations to permit the construction of new generation and transmission infrastructure in a more timely and cost effective manner.
- National Security Policy, including Bill C-59, in respect to security standards for facilities used for the international trade of electricity, reliability standards, and development of the national Cyber Security Strategy.
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution, Regulation
- Electricity and Gas Inspection Act, in respect to measurement and the regulations flowing from the Electricity and Gas Inspection Act related to seal periods and to the testing of electricity meters that are already deployed in customer premises.
Policies or Program
- Canada's Workplace Skills Strategy, in respect to facilitating school-to-work transitions for skilled trades, and developing sector and career awareness strategies for the electricity industry.
- Canada’s critical infrastructure- in respect to planning and activities pertaining to threat and risk assessment, safeguards, security standards and the development of national plans to address the ongoing physical and cyber security needs of our critical infrastructure.
- Canadian Standards Strategy, in respect to international cooperation and compatability of reliability standards, and the development of international and national standards on Health & Safety, Power Engineering and Power Quality
- National Security Policy, in respect to pandemic planning and a national plan for the use of anti-virals, and activities pertaining to threat and risk assessments, security clearances, exercises and drills.
- ecoEnergy for Renewable Power Program, in respect to environmentally preferable power and the measurement of environmental performance of electricity generation equipment, technologies, facilities and alternatives, and incentives to build and operate distributed generation and distributed resources for the generation of electricity.
The lobbyist has arranged or expects to arrange one or more meetings on behalf of the client between a public office holder and any other person in the course of this undertaking.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Canadian Energy Regulator (CER)
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)
Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)
Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC)
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
Export Development Canada (EDC)
Finance Canada (FIN)
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)
Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Health Canada (HC)
House of Commons
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC)
Infrastructure Canada (INFC)
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat (IGA)
Justice Canada (JC)
National Defence (DND)
National Research Council (NRC)
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Privy Council Office (PCO)
Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
Public Safety Canada (PS)
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
Senate of Canada
Statistics Canada (StatCan)
Transport Canada (TC)
Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS)
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (Port Metro Vancouver)
Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD)
No government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
Client Contact Information
275 Slater Street Suite 1500
Ottawa, ON K1P 5H9
Michael Powell, Director of Government Relations
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CANADIAN ELECTRICITY ASSOCIATION / ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DE L'ELECTRICITE is not a subsidiary of any other parent companies.
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The activities of CANADIAN ELECTRICITY ASSOCIATION / ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DE L'ELECTRICITE are not controlled or directed by another individual, organization or corporation with a direct interest in the outcome of this undertaking.
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CANADIAN ELECTRICITY ASSOCIATION / ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DE L'ELECTRICITE does not have any subsidiaries that could have a direct interest in the outcome of the undertaking
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