Submissions on Crown Liability  Submissions of CELA to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs regarding Schedule 17 of Bill 100

Title: Submissions on Crown Liability  Submissions of CELA to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs regarding Schedule 17 of Bill 100 Resource Type: Letter, Response to Consultation Content: 1263-CELA Brief - Schedule 17 of Bill 100 - Crown_Liability…

Guest Blog: Phase-in of Ontario’s neonic regulation hits new milestone

Posted by Lisa Gue, Senior Researcher and Analyst, David Suzuki Foundation on January 30, 2017 First report on neonic-treated seed sales measures widespread use Looking for information about Canadian pesticide use and sales is frustrating. But in a leap forward for transparency, Ontario…

Media Release: Ontario Neonic Regulations Released Today

Media Release CELA Salutes Another Ontario First in Pesticide Reduction Toronto – The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) is celebrating Ontario’s move today to finalize a regulation by July 1st of this year to dramatically reduce the use of neonicotinoid pesticides…

Action Alert: Send Your Support for Ontario’s Regulation to Restrict Neonic Pesticides

Apr 24 2015 Don’t delay. May 7th is the deadline for responding to Ontario’s consultation on a regulation to restrict neonicotinoid (“neonics”) pesticides. CELA supports this regulation. The proposal will classify treated seeds as pesticides and aims to dramatically reduce the use…

Amending Ontario Regulation 63/09 to Reduce Use of Neonic Pesticides

Title: Amending Ontario Regulation 63/09 to Reduce Use of Neonic Pesticides Response to EBR Registry number 012-3733 - Regulatory Amendments to Ontario Regulation 63/09 under the Pesticides Act to Reduce the Use of Neonicotinoid Insecticides Resource Type: Letter, Response to…

Media Release: Ontario posts draft regulations on neonics – important first step to protect pollinators

Media Release TORONTO — The Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) continues to support the Ontario Government in its plan to achieve an 80 per cent reduction in the use of neonicotinoid-treated corn and soybean seeds over the next two years. A draft…