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.
CELA responds to the province's proposal to extend the forestry sector's exemption to the Endangered Species Act.
Richard Lindgren, CELA Legal Counsel, provides analysis of Bill 132 and its various schedules. Download the document here: 1306-Bill 132 Submission from the Canadian Environmental Law Association
The Ontario government has recently introduced omnibus legislation that proposes to amend over a dozen laws that currently protect the environment, safeguard public health, manage wildlife and public lands, and regulate resource extraction throughout the province.
Posted by Kerrie Blaise, CELA Northern Services Counsel on June 6, 2019 Article originally published May 10, 2019 online in The Lawyer's Daily Ontario is witnessing a swift and disturbing de-evolution of its key environmental laws. The province has proposed to further add to the…
Title: Herbicide-free Forestry: Recommendations for the 10 Year French-Severn Forestry Plan Resource Type: Letter, Response to Consultation Content: 1231-FrenchSevernForestManagementPlan # of Pages: 9 Date authored: December 27, 2018 Publication number: 1231 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA