CELA's Latest Activities
Les groupes citoyens sonnent l’alarme : Le Canada ne doit pas assouplir ses règles de sécurité pour les futurs réacteurs nucléaires
De nombreux groupes citoyens dénoncent la Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire (CCSN) qui veut affaiblir sa réglementation sur la sécurité nucléaire. Une présentation du personnel à la Commission révèle aujourd’hui qu’il travaille à réviser la réglementation depuis 2018, sans consultation publique
Civil society groups are objecting to plans by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to weaken its nuclear security regulations. A staff presentation to the Commission today reveals that they have been reviewing the regulations since 2018, with no public consultation.
In response to this consultation, CELA identifies procedural problems and substantive deficiencies in the Ontario government’s enhancement of the Minister’s power to issue zoning orders under section 47 of the Planning Act.
Ontario’s role as a leader in this new green energy industry cannot be achieved if we rely upon non-renewable energy derived hydrogen, such as that from nuclear power.
Webinar: Ending the global security threats of nuclear power – Lessons from the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Register to attend this international panel session addressing the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), scheduled to come into force on January 22. Panelists will address existing claims about the value of nuclear weapons, creating a new narrative centered on human security, building new alliances between civil society and governments, and using international law and institutions to drive change.
CELA Counsel Joe Castrilli blogs about proposed amendments to the MECP Statement of Environmental Values that fail to address long-standing problems with a document envisioned as a key pillar in ensuring environmental protection and governmental accountability under Ontario’s Environmental Bill of Rights.
Our January 2021 update of this list.