Counsel Wylie Spicer authors paper published by University of Calgary's The School of Public Policy about UNCLOS Tax on Offshore Oil
September 3, 2015
The University of Calgary’s The School of Public Policy today released a paper authored by McInnes Cooper Counsel Wylie Spicer QC that examines the legal basis on which Canada could be on the hook for millions for a tax on Canada’s offshore oil and gas reserves under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. The paper questions where the money will come from as well as possible solutions.
Read the The School of Public Policy’s September 3, 2015 Press Release about Wylie’s paper here. Read Wylie’s full paper, Canada, The Law of the Sea and International Payments: Where Will the Money Come From? here.
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