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June 18, 2020

Net-Zero: Exploring the Potential for Hydrogen in Atlantic Canada

May 27, 2020

Letters of Support for Economic Stimulus during Recovery Covid-19

May 27, 2020

Baker Tilly Webinar: Business Planning for Leaders in a COVID 19 Environment

May 11, 2020

Canadian Society of Customs Brokers Letter of Support re: Covid-19 Government Supports

April 16, 2020

Coping with COVID-19: Key Workplace Facts You Need to Know presented by McInnes Cooper

March 30, 2020

Announcement: The MEA has gone virtual

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January 13, 2020

Op-Ed -Smart Meters Give Power Back to Consumers

Modern technology has made it easier than ever for consumers to make savvy financial decisions.  Comparison shopping online for everything from home electronics to mortgages, technology has given the consumer the power to decide how and where to spend their money. Why should energy consumption be any different? 

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September 24, 2019

The Maritimes Energy Association Announces Appointment of New Chief Executive Officer

The Maritimes Energy Association would like to announce the appointment of Jennifer Tuck to the position of Chief Executive Officer, effective September 24, 2019. 

Over the last 20 years, Jennifer has worked both within the Ontario Government as a senior policy advisor to several Cabinet Ministers and as a government relations and regulatory affairs expert in the private sector for a leading North American energy company.

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April 24, 2019

Remarks: Prepared for the Senate Committee on Energy, The Environment and Natural Resources

The Maritimes Energy Association – Prepared Remarks before the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources appearance in Halifax, Nova Scotia on April 24, 2019.

On behalf of the Maritimes Energy Association (MEA), we are pleased to appear before the Senate Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources in particular as they seek further input into Bill C-69.

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January 22, 2019

Written Comment on CNSOPB’s Call for Bids NS18-3

Written Comment on CNSOPB’s Call for Bids NS18-3

Two industry nominated parcels in shallow water area of Sable Subbasin

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December 10, 2018

Letter of Comment: Concerning Notice of Application by Alton Natural Gas Storage (LP) - Extension of Approval to Construct an Underground Storage Facility (UHS-PC-18)

Letter of Comment: Concerning Notice of Application by Alton Natural Gas Storage (LP) - Extension of Approval to Construct an Underground Storage Facility (UHS-PC-18)

The purpose of this letter is to provide a letter of support and comment from The Maritimes Energy Association for Alton Natural Gas Storage (LP) - Concerning the recent application for extension to renew an Approval to Construct an Underground Hydrocarbons Storage Facility near Alton, Colchester County, Nova Scotia, which was originally issued on September 1,2013. The application seeks to extend the approval to September 1, 2023.

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August 17, 2017

Discussion Paper: Contribution to the Public Consultation on Environmental and Regulatory Reviews in Canada

The Maritimes Energy Association – Contribution to the Public Consultation on Environmental and Regulatory Reviews in Canada – Discussion Paper (June 2017) Submitted August 17th, 2017.

On behalf of The Maritimes Energy Association (MEA), we are pleased to submit the enclosed response to the Government of Canada’s discussion paper entitled, “Environmental and Regulatory Reviews” released on June 29, 2017. Our Association has been actively participating in this process since its initiation earlier this year. In April, along with several other Atlantic Canada stakeholders, Ray Ritcey, CEO, The Maritimes Energy Association met with Minister of Environment & Climate Change, Catherine McKenna in Halifax to discuss the Expert Panel Final Report- “Building Common Ground: A New Vision for Impact Assessment in Canada”. This Panel was created to review the Canadian environmental assessment processes. Mr. Ritcey voiced the Association’s concerns with respect to reduced competitiveness, uncertain timelines, and environmental assessments coming at a higher cost.

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