Presentation on drivers of law reform to the University of Waterloo Collaborative Water Program
CELA Counsel Amanda Montgomery explains why residents of the Village of Cobden, who get their drinking water from Muskrat Lake, don't have the same source water protections as many Ontario residents.
Hosted in partnership with the Ontario Nurses for the Environment Interest Group we are pleased to invite you to a webinar series on water and human health!
Ontario has exempted forestry activities from the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act, a move that will negatively impact Ontario’s forests, Indigenous people who depend on the health of those forests to protect their own health, and all the rest of us.
A look back on the Walkerton drinking water tragedy, and lessons learned for protecting our drinking water today. Written by: Julie Mutis, CELA Communications Intern In May of 2000, the water supply in the town of Walkerton, Ontario was contaminated…
CELA filed a letter in response to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry regarding proposed changes to Ontario Regulation 244/97 and Provincial Standards under the Aggregate Resources Act.