The class of chemicals called PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) are often referred to as ‘the forever chemicals’ because they are highly persistent in the environment and will take hundreds if not thousands of years to disappear from the soil and groundwater where they accumulate.
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
Title: Re: Survey "A Place to Grow" policies on aggregate resources Resource Type: Letter, Response to Consultation Content: 1278-Survey-A-Place-to-Grow # of Pages: 6 Date authored: May 31, 2019 Publication number: 1278 Author/s: Jacqueline Wilson Author Organization: CELA
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
Title: Legal Toolkit - Source Water Protection in Indigenous Communities Resource Type: Report Content: LEGAL TOOLKIT - Source Water Protection in Indigenous Communities_0 # of Pages: 73 Date authored: January 7, 2019 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA
Title: Legal Tool 5: Protecting Source Waters Under the Clean Water Act Content: LEGAL TOOL 5 # of Pages: 6 Date authored: January 2019 Author/s: Kerrie Blaise Author Organization: CELA