The hard won struggle for Community right-to-know: Toronto’s story

Posted by Sarah Miller, Researcher, Retired on October 1, 2013 For forty years CEHE partner organization the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA) has worked to “protect human health and our environment by seeking justice for those harmed by pollution and by working to…

The Story of Toronto’s Campaign for Right to Know Brief chronology of activities since 1985.

Title: The Story of Toronto’s Campaign for Right to Know Brief chronology of activities since 1985. Resource Type: Background information Content: By-lawChronology # of Pages: 2 Date authored: May 2013 Publication number: 916 Author/s: Sarah Miller Author Organization: Canadian Environmental…

Uranium processing plants – the public’s right to know and participate in decision-making

Title: Uranium processing plants - the public's right to know and participate in decision-making Public presentation at the Toronto Davenport-Perth Community Centre regarding G.E.Hitachi's uranium processing plant (speaking notes & slides) Resource Type: Presentation Content: Uranium processing, speaking notes (nov.15.2012)…

Environmental Health and Equity: Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making – A Toolkit

Title: Environmental Health and Equity: Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making - A Toolkit Resource Type: Report Content: 832LinksToolkit # of Pages: 103 Date authored: February 17, 2012 Publication number: 832 Author Organization: CELA and EHIC