Compensation Not Automatic

Private landowners have no automatic right to compensation from federal orders protecting species at risk, says the Federal Court. The ruling came in the case of a rare frog that halted completion of a $22 million subdivision in Québec: “It is better to leave the Minister of the Environment all the latitude necessary.”

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