CELA's response to this consultation posted to the Environmental Registry (ERO No. 019-1804)
ONTARIO SUPERIOR COURT OF JUSTICE (Divisional Court) BETWEEN: EARTHROOTS COALITION, CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ASSOCIATION, FEDERATION OF ONTARIO NATURALISTS carrying on business as ONTARIO NATURE, MICHEL KOOSTACHIN, and COOPER PRICE, a minor by his litigation guardian ELLIE PRICE Applicants - and…
Fé de Leon, CELA researcher has prepared an analysis of recently proposed amendments to the Occupation Health and Safety Act contained in schedule 13 of Bill 197, the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act, 2020.
Toronto – In an enormous piece of legislation, tabled this week as Bill 197, the Ontario government proposes changes to over eleven laws, many of them directly affecting the health of our communities and environment.
Background to July 13, 2020 Media Release. Omnibus bill 197 proposes numerous changes to multiple Ontario laws often weakening environmental protection and removing public participation rights.
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.