CELA with the Friends of the Attawapiskat River, MiningWatch Canada and Wildlife Conservation Society Canada are once again urging the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines to pause decision making on numerous proposals to issue mineral exploration permits in the Ring of Fire.
Response to proposals to issue multiple explorations in the Ring of Fire
Richard Lindgren summarizes CELA's involvement in a constitutional reference case on Canada's new Impact Assessment Act in the Alberta Court of Appeal. He also explains the new IAA, and the environmental assessment regime that it replaces.
CELA's Northern Services program is amplifying Indigenous voices in the fight for environmental justice in the Far North. Communications intern Julie Mutis explains in this blog.
Comments on behalf of the Friends of Attawapiskat River regarding Webequie Supply Road Project and Marten Falls Access Road, draft Tailored Impact Statement Guidelines and draft Indigenous Engagement Plan.
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…