Environmental Law in Ontario 2019 – Recent Changes and Proposals

Title: Environmental Law in Ontario 2019 - Recent Changes and Proposals Resource Type: Presentation Content: Env-Law-Ontario-2019-Recent-Changes # of Pages: 25 Date authored: May 28, 2019 Author/s: Theresa McClenaghan Author Organization: Canadian Environmental Law Association

Deregulation Redux: Ontario’s Environmental Laws under Attack (Again)

FRANCAIS Posted by Theresa McClenaghan and Richard D. Lindgren, Executive Director and Counsel, CELA on December 7, 2018 CELA’s core mandate is to use and improve the law in order to safeguard the environment, protect the interests of low-income and vulnerable communities, and…

Protecting Water for Future Generations: Growing the Greenbelt in the Outer Ring

Title: Protecting Water for Future Generations: Growing the Greenbelt in the Outer Ring Response to EBR Registry Number: 013-1661 Resource Type: Letter Content: 1180-ProtectingWaterforFutureGenerations_0 # of Pages: 19 Date authored: March 7, 2018 Publication number: 1180 Author/s: Anastasia M Lintner,…

Addressing Great Lakes-St Lawrence River Basin Protection and Restoration 

Title: Addressing Great Lakes-St Lawrence River Basin Protection and Restoration  Ontario Pre-Budget Consultations Resource Type: Letter Content: 1163-CELAletterreOntarioPre-BudgetConsultations # of Pages: 3 Date authored: January 19, 2018 Publication number: 1163 Author/s: Anastasia M. Lintner Author Organization: CELA

Policy Waterscape – Presentation to The People’s Great Lakes Summit 2.0: Planning Policy Action

Title: Policy Waterscape - Presentation to The People's Great Lakes Summit 2.0: Planning Policy Action Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1150-PolicyWaterscapePresentation # of Pages: 13 Date authored: November 13, 2017 Publication number: 1150 Author/s: Theresa McClenaghan Author Organization: CELA

Fish don’t need Prozac: Protecting the Great Lakes

Posted by Dominic Ali, CELA Communications Coordinator on October 10, 2017 A recent U.S. study found that fish in the Great Lakes are on drugs. It turns out that human antidepressants are building up in the brains of 10 fish species in the Niagara River,…