Fiddling with the Constitutional Underpinning of CEPA’s Authority to Control Toxic Substances: A Bad Idea

CELA Counsel Joe Castrilli blogs about problems with current notions being floated in Ottawa, some provinces, and within the petrochemical industry about whether to characterize plastic pollution as "non-toxic" but still regulate it under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.

Constitutional reference on federal Impact Assessment Act

CELA Counsel Richard Lindgren blogs about Alberta's constitutional reference of the federal Impact Assessment Act and its significant implications for protecting the environment and safeguarding public health across Canada.

CELA in the Courts – An Impressive Track Record Continues

CELA articling student Krystal-Anne Roussel blogs about CELA's legacy of precedent-setting litigation victories, and some of our current cases.