On the eve of World Environment Day, CELA reflects on the status of a number of federal pieces of legislation that are critical to environmental justice in Canada
The provincial government has initiated the first (of three) steps toward implementing remaining changes to Ontario’s Conservation Authorities Act that have been on the books for a couple of years.
CELA Counsel Maria Lucas looks to the United States and highlights the proactive approach that the US government is taking to address lead in drinking water, and urges the Ontario government to take a similar approach.
Earlier this year, CELA issued a press release on behalf of our client Kebaowek First Nation (KFN) to urge the federal Cabinet to immediately pass a key regulation under Canada’s Impact Assessment Act that would recognize and entrench Indigenous jurisdiction
Blog post by Theresa McClenaghan, marking the ten years anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.