An Introduction to CELA – Advancing Environmental Justice

CELA's Kerrie Blaise joined environment professionals from over 80 Northern Ontario First Nation communities to discuss sustainability and engagement at the Northern Ontario First Nations Environment Conference hosted by EcoSuperior in Thunder Bay. Kerrie presented a summary of CELA's services drawing on our case work and law reform efforts to facilitate a discussion about environmental rights and justice in Indigenous communities. Download slide deck: NorthOnFirstNationsConference

Decline of environmental law, public oversight in Ontario’s North

Posted by Kerrie Blaise, CELA Northern Services Counsel on June 6, 2019 Article originally published May 10, 2019 online in The Lawyer's Daily Ontario is witnessing a swift and disturbing de-evolution of its key environmental laws. The province has proposed to further add to the…

CELA’s Environmental Services for Northern Ontario

Mar 20 2019 SAULT STE. MARIE, ON – The Canadian Environmental Law Association announces it will continue to provide direct legal services in Northern Ontario, to communities and low-income citizens seeking environmental justice. Last year, CELA launched its Northern Services pilot…

Presentation to Chiefs of Ontario – Source Water Protection Case Study

Title: Presentation to Chiefs of Ontario - Source Water Protection Case Study Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1252-SourceWaterProtection # of Pages: 30 Date authored: March 4, 2019 Publication number: 1252 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA

Poverty & the Law Guest Lecture

Title: Poverty & the Law Guest Lecture: A Public Interest Environmental Law Perspective Resource Type: Presentation Content: 1228-Poverty-and-the-Law # of Pages: 40 Date authored: November 29, 2018 Publication number: 1228 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA