CELA's Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan reflects on CELA's 50th anniversary year, and outlines CELA's priorities for 2021.
Open letter in December 7, 2020 Hill Times signed by over 100 women leaders including CELA Counsel Theresa McClenaghan and Kerrie Blaise.
This letter, jointly signed by 28 civil society organizations, urges the federal government to focus its hydrogen strategy on renewable hydrogen, instead of fossil fuel or nuclear-derived hydrogen. We urge the Minister of Natural Resources to focus instead on building a hydrogen strategy that is truly sustainable and builds on Canada’s renewable energy advantages.
CELA, jointly representing the Concerned Citizens of Renfrew County and Area, Nuclear Waste Watch and Northwatch has submitted its intervention presentation to Canada's nuclear regulator for the Nov 25-26, 2020 licensing hearing for the Douglas Point Waste Facility. Download presentation…
SMRs are a dangerous distraction from real climate action in Canada.
Public interest groups across Canada are criticizing the federal government for funding small nuclear reactor development and are challenging the government to release the research and data that support its strategy.