83 civil society organizations, including CELA, have signed a letter addressed to Prime Minster Justin Trudeau and Minister of Natural Resources, Jonathan Wilkinson voicing concerns about the Draft Integrated Strategy for Radioactive Waste Management (ISRW) issued by the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO).
CELA has submitted comments in response to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's Regulatory Oversight Reports for 2021.
This Toolkit has been created to pair critically urgent environmental issues with legal mechanisms for change and public advocacy. It has been developed with and for Indigenous and settler communities, and individuals throughout Northern Ontario. It is meant to be a foundational resource so that both individuals and practitioners can have ready access to solutions for environmental health issues.
Public trust in nuclear regulator eroded: CNSC grants 10-year licence to operate nuclear reactor on the Bay of Fundy ROTHESAY, NB – The Coalition for Responsible Energy Development in New Brunswick (CRED-NB) and the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) say…
In response to new binational screening criteria released in March 2021 by the Great Lakes Executive Committee, this report is an updated nomination of radionuclides as Chemicals of Mutual Concern (CMCs) under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement.
Join CELA and Environment North for our second annual Northern Services legal education webinar series where students from Bora Laskin Law School in Thunder Bay profile their research on critical health and environmental issues affecting Northern Ontario.