Letter to PM detailing recommendations for short- and medium-term investment in natural infrastructure as an integral part of Canada's recovery from the COVID crisis and its long-term resilience to climate change.
Richard Lindgren writes that the Bill unnecessarily removes important accountability and legal process rights to facilitate transit projects in the GTA. Proposed changes to environmental assessment regulations also weaken public accountability.
Comments from Anastasia Lintner, CELA special projects counsel with the Healthy Great Lakes program, on these proposed changes.
CELA responded to the Provincial Policy Statement Review. Consultation posted here: ERO #019-0279 Download CELA's response here: PPS-Review019-0279-Response-from-CELA CELA also collaborated on a response from seventeen National, Provincial, and Regional organizations and sixty-three Local organizations Download group response here: PPS-Review019-0279-Response-over-80-groups
Title: Clean, safe, affordable and accessible water for the Great Lakes region Resource Type: Letter Content: 1282-LetterToGovsPremiers # of Pages: 4 Date authored: May 28, 2019 Publication number: 1282 Author Organization: CELA, and 18 US organizations