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 is hosting a 3-part webinar series with Gary Pritchard of Cambium Aboriginal about how to work effectively and meaningfully with Indigenous communities.
CELA's Northern Services program is amplifying Indigenous voices in the fight for environmental justice in the Far North. Communications intern Julie Mutis explains in this blog.
April Weppler, Engagement Co-Ordinator with CELA's Healthy Great Lakes Program interviews Rachel Arsenault from Wiikwemkoong, Manitoulin Island.
CELA's Theresa McClenaghan and Kerrie Blaise presented on CELA's mandate and services to the Assembly of First Nations. Download slide deck here: AFN-Water-Symposium-Nov21-2019.
Title: Criteria for Legitimacy in Environmental Decision Making Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1203-CriteriaForLegitimacyInEnvironmentalDecisionMaking # of Pages: 17 Date authored: June 14, 2018 Publication number: 1203 Author/s: Theresa McClenaghan Author Organization: CELA