Canadian Environmental Law Association Turns 50 This Year

CELA Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan takes a big picture look at CELA's history and contributions to environmental and social justice as we continue to celebrate our 50th Anniversary year. Article originally published in The Lawyer's Daily.

Pesticides Indoors – Differences in Risks, Regulation, and Necessary Precautions

All pesticide use carries risk but important differences exist in how pesticides behave indoors and in how they are regulated. Choices exist for lower risk alternatives alongside prevention.

Factum of the Intervenors – Alberta Court of Appeal Impact Assessment Act Reference

Factum of the Intervenors: Canadian Environmental Law Association, Environmental Defence Canada Inc., and MiningWatch Canada Inc.

Response to Smarter and Stronger Justice Act, 2020 (Bill 161)

Theresa McClenaghan wrote a brief to support her testimony to the Standing Committee on Justice Policy regading problematic aspects of Bill 161 that affect the Class Proceedings Act, the Judicial Review Procedure Act, and the Legal Aid Services Act.

Climate Law and Vulnerable Communities

CELA Executive Director and Counsel Theresa McClenaghan on how far most Canadian law extends to protect those most impacted by climate change. Presentation to Ontario Bar Association Climate Change and Corporate Social Responsibility Seminar.