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The Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act, portions of which came into force on July 6, 2012, includes legislative changes to a number of Acts, including the National Energy Board Act. The intent of the new legislation is to support job creation and economic growth while maintaining strong environmental protection.

Frequently Asked Questions: Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act

Below, you will find further information on these changes.

Application Time Limits

Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs)

Export and Import Applications

Changes resulting from CEA Act 2012

Other Government Departments & Agencies

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