The Canada Energy Regulator is one year old

The Canada Energy Regulator is one year old [PDF 45 KB]

The Canada Energy Regulator is one year old




Today we reflect on what we have accomplished and look forward to the work that lies ahead

August 2019

The National Energy Board is replaced by the Canada Energy Regulator with a new Board of Directors and a Commission

October 2019

The Gazoduq Project becomes the first joint review project under the new Canadian Impact Assessment Agency

Fall 2019

Joint inspections and oversight activities with the Indigenous Advisory Monitoring Committees for Trans Mountain Expansion and Enbridge Line 3

February 2020

Proactive safety advisory issued about welds on high-strength steel pipe.

March 2020

500+ CER employees start working from home due to COVID-19 while maintaining business operations

April 2020

CER introduces new process for early engagement on new project applications

April 2020

Develops new protocols to oversee company activities during the pandemic

July 2020

Joint agreement announced by the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee, the CER and the company to improve Indigenous monitoring of the Trans Mountain Expansion

August 2020

First Indigenous Advisory Committee established to help build a new relationship with Indigenous peoples.

August 2020

Gitane De Silva welcomed as new CEO

The CER has been tasked to be a regulator that inspires trust and
builds public confidence on the part of Canadians.

In our journey ahead, we will keep working to learn, evolve and
take the steps necessary to fully realize the commitments in the Canadian Energy Regulator Act.

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