Joey Chan

Joey’s practice is focused on environmental, regulatory, and Indigenous law issues that affect energy and natural resource projects. She has assisted on matters before the Canada Energy Regulator, the Alberta Utilities Commission, the Alberta Energy Regulator, and the Alberta Environmental Appeals Board. Joey regularly contributes to Osler’s Canada Energy Transition blog.

Joey obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary. Prior to law school, Joey obtained her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of British Columbia.

While at law school, Joey was the President of the Diversity & Law Society at the University of Calgary, as well as the co-Chair of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (Western)’s Student Committee. Joey was also a board member at the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (Western). She remains actively involved with Osler’s Calgary Diversity Committee.


Representative Work

  • Canada Growth Fund

    The Canada Growth Fund in its connection with its carbon credit offtake agreement and $200 million strategic investment in Entropy Inc.

Latest Insights

  • Osler Update Apr 30, 2024

    B.C. recognizes Haida Nation’s title to Haida Gwaii — what the historic agreement makes clear, and questions remaining

    A recent agreement between B.C. and the Council of the Haida Nation is one of very few instances in which Aboriginal title has been formally...

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    B.C. recognizes Haida Nation’s title to Haida Gwaii — what the historic agreement makes clear, and questions remaining
  • Osler Update Jan 30, 2024

    A surge of initiatives: developments in Alberta power and electricity policy to watch in 2024

    Last year saw several policy initiatives with the potential to significantly impact Alberta’s power and electricity framework. We look at some key...

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    A surge of initiatives: developments in Alberta power and electricity policy to watch in 2024
  • Osler Update Dec 11, 2023

    Proposed clean electricity regulations: is Canada staying in its lane?

    In support of international efforts to limit climate change, the Government of Canada is endeavouring to achieve a net-zero emissions national...

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    Proposed clean electricity regulations: is Canada staying in its lane?
  • Blog Aug 3, 2023

    Bill C-49: proposed changes to energy regulation for the Atlantic offshore

    On May 30, 2023, the House of Commons completed the first reading of Bill C-49. If enacted, Bill C-49 will amend...

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    Bill C-49: proposed changes to energy regulation for the Atlantic offshore
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Community Involvement

  • Diversity & Law Society, President
  • Pro Bono Students Canada, Participant

Credentials

Education

  • University of Calgary, JD
  • University of British Columbia, BA

Languages

  • English
  • Mandarin

Professional Affiliations

  • Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (Western)