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.
Join us for a webinar presenting the updated Making the Links toolkit, addressing the connections between environment, health, and industry in the region.
CELA has made comments on behalf of the Friends of Attawapiskat River on the Proposed Terms of Reference for the Northern Road Link Project.
In this blog, CELA follows up with individuals from such a community in Northern Ontario, who weighed in on the government’s recent EA reforms, to understand potential impacts to the environment and community health.
Environment North's presentation to the Joint Review Panel for this mining EA critiques the mining proponent's lack of consideration of climate, sustainability and socio-economic impacts like community well-being.
CELA joins the many Indigenous Peoples, climate scientists, environmental organizations, legal experts and concerned citizens calling on both Canada and Ontario to pause the process described in the Draft Agreement to Conduct a Regional Assessment in the Ring of Fire…