CELA's oral testimony regarding amendments to Bill S-5, an Act to Amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.
CELA's written testimony regarding amendments to Bill S-5, an Act to Amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.
CELA has written a letter with respect to proposed amendments to the Pest Control Products Act, contained in Bill S-6 in the 44th Parliament, first session. This letter urges the withdrawal of Part 6 from Bill S-6 before passage, in order to allow for public consultation on, and further consideration fot he proposed ammendments before they are debated by the Senate and House.
The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) says Bill S-5, currently before the Senate of Canada, won’t fix the problem of emissions of cancer-causing agents in the environment unless the federal government improves the Bill’s approach to pollution prevention under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA).
In this blog, CELA follows up with individuals from such a community in Northern Ontario, who weighed in on the government’s recent EA reforms, to understand potential impacts to the environment and community health.
CELA Counsel Joseph Castrilli explains the amendments that are needed to Bill S-5, An Act to Amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act.